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Reports Say Devin Nunes Has Up To 10 Criminal Referrals Coming Very Soon


Representative Devin Nunes is on it!

The ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee is ready to issue as many as ten criminal referrals for members of Robert Mueller’s investigation team into the Russian collusion hoax.

Everyone knows at this point that the entire investigation was based on a false report.

And it appears that investigators may have known this while they were conducting the investigation.

Here’s the latest details from MSN:

The top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee said criminal referrals are coming for members of former special counsel Robert Mueller’s team who investigated Russian interference in the 2016 election.

“We’re looking at doing criminal referrals on the Mueller team, the Mueller dossier team, the Mueller witch hunt, whatever you want to call it. That’s where we are now in our investigation,” Rep. Devin Nunes told Fox Nation’s Witch Hunt.

“We’re doing a large criminal referral on the Mueller dossier team that put together a fraudulent report — that knew there was no collusion the day that Mueller walked in the door,” the California Republican added. “They set an obstruction of justice trap. There’s no doubt in my mind that we will make a conspiracy referral there.”

Mueller released his 448-page report last April. The investigation found “numerous links between the Russian government and the Trump campaign,” but “did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.” Mueller did not draw a conclusion about whether President Trump obstructed justice, but did lay out 10 instances of possible obstruction in his report.

Nunes has long maintained that Mueller knew from the day he became special counsel in May 2017 that there was no coordination between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. He says the House Intelligence Committee, which conducted its own Russian interference investigation when he was chairman, determined there was no collusion by early 2018. Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee argued the investigation was wrapped up prematurely, and the now-chairman of the panel, Rep. Adam Schiff, has repeatedly insisted there was collusion.

Last year, Nunes made eight criminal referrals alleging several “potential violations” of the law throughout the investigation into Russian interference and said this year there would be follow-ups based on revelations about British ex-spy Christopher Steele’s anti-Trump dossier.

Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz determined late last year the FBI properly opened its counterintelligence investigation, known as Crossfire Hurricane, into potential ties between the Kremlin and Trump campaign in the summer of 2016. After FBI Director James Comey was fired by Trump in May 2017, Mueller was appointed to be the special counsel overseeing the Russia investigation.

The watchdog also determined the bureau made “at least 17 significant errors or omissions” in the applications for Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants spanning from October 2016 to summer 2017 that targeted former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. The FBI used Steele’s dossier to obtain those warrants.

Here’s the latest on Twitter:



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