Devin Nunes Says Criminal Referrals To AG Barr Are Coming For Those Who “Perpetrated The Russia Hoax”!

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News is breaking today that Devin Nunes says those who perpetrated the Russian hoax will see payback in the form of criminal referrals and possibly more!

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Here's more on the story, from the Washington Examiner:

Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., gave the first hint Tuesday evening about when he plans to make criminal referrals as part of an investigation into alleged political bias in the FBI and Justice Department.

During a Fox News interview, host Laura Ingraham asked Nunes, the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, to let her viewers know when they can expect the criminal referrals to happen.

"I would guess sometime in the next two, three, four weeks," he replied. Nunes also said he'd like to see what is in special counsel Robert Mueller's report for his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. 

The timing of that inquiry's completion is still an open question. Recent reports suggested the probe would soon wrap up, but three U.S. officials told Reuters Mueller’s team has funding until the end of September, indicating that the inquiry could last for several more months.

Nunes has teased the onset of criminal referrals to the Justice Department for two months now, but has not divulged any names.

In February he said the GOP minority in the House Intelligence Committee offered up the names of roughly a dozen people they want to subpoena as the Democrats revitalize the panel's Russia investigation, although he said it was doubtful the Democratic majority would cooperate. Instead, Nunes is looking to William Barr, who on Feb. 14 became attorney general, to make headway towards completing an effort begun last year by a joint GOP-led task force comprising the Judiciary Committee and the Oversight Committee. "Look, we need the new attorney general to get in there, and then we will be making criminal referrals on many people who lied to Congress and many other bad things," Nunes said. Key to this effort, which has been bolstered by intelligence panel Republicans, is investigators looking over roughly 15 transcriptsof interviews conducted by the task force last year.

On Tuesday, Nunes was also prompted to react to the newly revealed private testimony by former FBI lawyer Lisa Page and to the Democrats seemingly turning away from their collusion theories about President Trump in favor of investigating Trump's finances 

"I want to give your viewers and you some hope," Nunes said. "There are people here in Washington every day going brick by brick trying to bust down through this wall. Look, we've been doing this for two years. The House Intelligence Committee Republicans, everything we've done is now being proven to be true. Everything the Democrats have done and said in the reports and memos that have put out have proven to be false. You have them now changing their tactics from where going to go down the impeachment road to now something else. So we continue to work up at the House Intelligence Committee, we will be making several criminal referrals and we hope that the Justice Department will take these up."

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