Chairman Devin Nunes CPAC Discussion – Dueling Memos and FISA Court Abuse…

Chairman Devin Nunes attends the CPAC Convention and sat down for a lengthy Question and Answer session to discuss the ongoing investigations into top-tier corruption within the FBI and DOJ.   Much of the discussion centers around the abuse of the FISA court system and the politicization of multiple U.S. intelligence agencies.

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126 Responses to Chairman Devin Nunes CPAC Discussion – Dueling Memos and FISA Court Abuse…

  1. fleporeblog says:

    Liked by 40 people

  2. simicharmed says:

    Funny. The ‘dueling memo”, was literally a crayon memo written by a discounted DNC operative who found his way into politics – a genuine loser at every level! I don’t care that this fool was/is a politician “elected” by a population who does not care! His “population” made a mistake in the matter and they can redeem themselves by eliminating their mistake. Adam Schiff-for brains represents NO PERSON! He represents his party only – The DNC

    Liked by 8 people

    • Charlie says:

      Bought and paid for by Soros with Hollyweird constituents. What else could he be?


    • DD More says:

      Outlined for the Court a multi-pronged rationale for surveilling Page, who, at the time of the first application, was no longer with the Trump campaign. DOJ detailed Page’s past relationships with Russian spies and interaction with Russian officials during the 2016 campaign.

      Did they manage to Tell the Court about Page’s detailed past with the FBI as an informant? So he worked deep cover for Comey & Mueller FIB, but now he is a Russian Spy? Can we go back and Un-Mask all Page’s conversations with the FIB and DoJ under this FISA warrant?


  3. Peter Rabbit says:

    Rep. Nunes is a remarkable patriot. We all owe him a great debt. That he is not an attorney makes him even more attractive. He will not give up. Nice calm demeanor and common sense smart. Trustworthy and exact opposite of Richard Burr, majority leader of Senate Intel Committee.

    Liked by 30 people

  4. peachteachr says:

    Carpe Diem, patriots. About our guns, MOLON LABE,.

    Liked by 13 people

  5. I think that any time the DNC operatives can be goaded into putting something into writing, it is a good day, because then when the IG report comes out or the actual FISA application is declassified, the truth will be obvious to anyone who is willing to look at the facts.

    Liked by 23 people

    • lastinillinois says:

      Great point!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      Yuppers, Vikingmomsite!!
      The IG report will impeach them into a crucible of apparent idiocy for all to see.
      Or at least the majority….just Maybe.

      Liked by 2 people

    • thedoc00 says:

      Actually the IG report and even access to classified files is not even needed. Ys it is great when Democrats (or any politician writes something) because it can be compared to spoken testimony, public documents and even news releases. So, far Nunes materials have withstood the test while Schiff’s product was discredited even before it was published by the very same ex-government Obama personalities (many who are now Democrat Media employees) used to support Schiff. The IG report will actually be the hard evidence needed to go to court. For me, the real test of the usefulness of all the Republican efforts comes if any warrants, arrests and indictments are handed out…or is this just another Gowdy Dooty Show run by a new show host.

      Liked by 1 person

      • thedoc00 says:

        I would like to add that everything spoken and written by Gowdy about all of Hillary’s scandals also withstood the very same tests of comparison and scrutiny. Granted Gowdy was operating at a disadvantage because the Obama DoJ and FBI as well as 90%+ of the media did not support him. Yet, Gowdy demurred and water down his own findings, did not refer anything to the DoJ for action and even did the same to Nunes. The fact the Republicans do now control DoJ and FBI will actually magnify the depth of failure as well as reveal the real depths of government corruption.


  6. Nunez has really become a champion in all of this.

    Liked by 22 people

  7. jstanley01 says:

    The facts show that secret court, established on grounds of national-security, has been hijacked to overturn a presidential election. Which begs the question, what would it take to prove that secret courts are inherently inimical to the American way of life?

    Liked by 21 people

    • “what would it take to prove that secret courts are inherently inimical to the American way of life?”

      Do we need to amass a burden of proof? How about prima facie?

      Liked by 4 people

      • Paco Loco says:

        Secret courts = police state. They are unconstitutional!

        Chairman Nunes is a hero who has uncovered the brutal truth that the Obama administration used the FBI and DoJ to subvert the Presidential election and committed treason. The Democrats are in full protection mode to provide and deniability that Obama and his henchmen came up with the Russian collusion nonsense to cover up their crimes. As Rep. Nunes said, it’s all going to be handed off to a special prosecutor who will make the case for treason. I hope that Nunes can make the case that Obama and Clinton ordered the sedition and those two dirty, rotten scoundrels face the music soon.

        Liked by 8 people

        • pyromancer76 says:

          I like your summary, Paco Loco. They are not only “dirty, rotten scoundrels,” but they are communists. Just think how close we came. But our best citizen, a red-blooded American, now President Trump, would not let it happen. Nor would our Monster Vote. Nor would CTH with every investigative muscle working to the max.

          But please, No Special Prosecutor. Enough investigations. Now it’s time for indictments and their consequences. We need appropriate enforcement of the law, and the order and justice that brings.

          Liked by 1 person

    • acenypd says:

      Since I didn’t want to assume, I googled ‘inimical’ before liking your post. I seem to do it mostly on this site. I feel humbled by all of the smart people on this site, as well as VERY humbled by Sundance, a true patriot.

      Liked by 2 people

      • jstanley01 says:

        Heh, thanks. But I incorrectly hyphened “national security,” so the paper actually gets a C… 😀


        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Although considering it is an abrogation of individual privacy for the gubmint to spy on us,
          you could say that the hyphen represents security being subtracted from the nation 🙂

          Liked by 1 person

  8. digleigh says:

    We thank you Nunes for all you do along with Jordan, and Gaetz, etc….Keep up the fight for truth, integrity of our govt. , and we will win in the end..”The whole world groans for the revealing of the Sons of God”(scrip.) … We know that “Be bold as a lion, as the wicked flees when no one chaseth”(scrip.) Courage and spiritual faith will turn a nation from its wickedness. Our family thanks you and others for their courage against much persecution!

    Liked by 12 people

  9. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Nunes, I noticed, was more confident today. He has a spring in his step so to speak. I also think that he is very humble. He and his family have been through a great deal with threats, name calling, etc., and he doesn’t complain.

    Liked by 24 people

  10. Three-Pound Sledge says:

    When will these investigations into felonious crimes against President Trump be transformed into indictments and by whom?

    What is the point of all these memos and statements to news outlets. If a crime has been committed, get an indictment, arrest the fool, and proceed with the court case. Let the dominoes fall.

    Cattle are branded one at a time when they are lassoed.

    Liked by 8 people

  11. Ziiggii says:

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  12. I never realized the Bill Clinton hired Trey Goudy for Frderal Prosecutor. Watch this video.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. lfhbrave says:

    America may now have a Trump heir apparent.

    Liked by 6 people

  14. This video is HIGHLY relevant!

    Liked by 3 people

  15. Sugarhillhardrock says:

    Yuppers, Vikingmomsite!!
    The IG report will impeach them into a crucible of apparent idiocy for all to see.
    Or at least the majority….just Maybe.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Publius2016 says:

    It’s official! SETH RICH will be revealed as the leaker! Schifty admits the emails were “stolen” in defense of SPYING ON TRUMP!!!

    Liked by 3 people

    • Publius2016 says:

      Schiff tweeted, “Wrong again, Mr. President. It confirms the FBI acted appropriately and that Russian agents approached two of your advisors, and informed your campaign that Russia was prepared to help you by disseminating stolen Clinton emails.”

      This is HUGE!!!

      Liked by 2 people

    • texastrumper says:

      I have always believed that Seth Rich leaked the emails and was murdered for it.

      Liked by 3 people

  17. Pam says:

    This man has courage I certainly don’t have. He is certainly a hero.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. oldschool64 says:

    Judge Jeanine is shocked to hear that Carter Page worked undercover on behalf of the FBI/DOJ against a Russian spy back in 2013. You know, it seems I heard that information a few weeks ago. Now where could I have possibly heard that? OH YEAH!!

    Come on down Jeanine. We got a nice comfy branch for ya!

    Liked by 15 people

  19. SR says:

    Deep state put PTrump and Session in the box. Session made a promise to stay out from this whole thing which he can not break. PTrump is in infinite fake Mueller investigation so he can not make change in DOJ/FBI otherwise obstruction of investigation. Mueller keeps finding something which has nothing to do Russia collusion investigation.


  20. JimWVa says:

    Congressman Devin Nunes is an honest representative. Never vote for a lawyer to hold public office. I learned by viewing a local news video clip posted on The Last Refuge back in early 2017 that the farmers down at the Tractor Supply store in Tulare, CA know that Congressman Nunes’ family name rhymes with the word “tunes”.

    You will note in all Washington media interviews that he never corrects the pronunciation. Although the Congressman’s family immigrated from Portugal, he is a son of the farming country of California.

    Again, I’ll vote for a politician with a college degree in Agriculture and Business any day over just another lawyer. Devin Nunes is an honest man, in my opinion.

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  21. Don'tMessWithTeas says:

    I try to write Mr. Nunes once a week on his contact pg. and thank him for his continued work. He is a champ.
    Take 25 minutes to watch this video. Red pill yourself.

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Kent says:

    ….love DN….love PDJT, CTH and SD….

    ….tread carefully, my friends….

    God Bless you all…warriors true.


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  23. Mr Nunes,,,better get busy. You may not have time to finish..
    If the Democrats win the house…. you will then become the minority leader and Schiffty becomes majority leader…

    If this happens will be so SCREWED


  24. Bill says:

    If this true, then this nothing short alarming:

    Judicial Watch is reporting that there is another key player in the Obama spying conspiracy. Her name Chris Farell tells us has not been mentioned but this former Homeland Security Advisor is up to her ears in this montage of treasonous actors working for and in the Obama Regime.

    This latest conspirator is Lisa Monaco who like E.W. (Bill) Priestap are still living in the shadows but will at some point in time be shown as major players in the Obama Conspiracy

    Liked by 2 people

  25. talkietina says:

    It’s all coming out. We are winning. Just give it time, let it play out.

    Patience is not only the ability to wait, it’s how we behave while we are waiting.

    Liked by 3 people

    • KBR says:

      How we behave while we are waiting?
      Get out the votes in your states. That is how to behave while waiting.

      I live in a small town. I go out to dinner with people who are NOT tuned in to any of this. They talked politics a little bit during the presidential election. Now it seems that any talk at all of politics is simply unwelcome. Don’t know what is happening & don’t want to hear about it.

      I put a simple bug in their ears individually. All I say is “If you don’t want your vote in the last presidential election stolen and cancelled, you had better go vote for Republican Congressmen this year, to support the POTUS you elected.”

      I get that deer in the headlights 👀 look. I hope it is working.

      I hope I am not mistaking deer in headlights look 👀 for 🙄 eyerolls.

      As in “again with the politics, enough already.”

      Liked by 1 person

  26. Nunes does a good job here, but I kind of feel sorry for the guy interviewing him. Who is he? He’s definitely gay, but wearing a wedding ring, so assuming he’s in denial. I suppose my views on this are not mainstream on this board (I support gay marriage and don’t have any issues with gay people, as long as they’re not opposing things in which I believe politically).

    People on the right need to tolerate homosexuals more. It made sense to judge them centuries ago when we didn’t understand the germ theory of disease, but now we’re just pushing people who might otherwise be great people to the left by judging them.

    The guy interviewing Nunes is gay. He probably is in crazy denial about it, and it’s probably very psychologically uncomfortable for him, but he still obviously believes mostly good things. Why push this guy away and why make him live in denial and shame?

    I’m not keen to promote an agenda here, but as a parent with a boy and a girl, I realize it’s possible one will be gay (though I’ll admit I would prefer that both are not). I’d still love them, and I’d rather they be true to themselves. I’d still want them to believe in the things in which I believe, but those who lean right really have to get over biases against homosexuals, if only just as a numbers issue.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Thecleaner says:

    Here is the Trump / Pirro segment

    Liked by 4 people

  28. Ackman420 says:

    Devin Nunes has a set of brass in his ballast. If your sitting on a branch here, you know that. Let’s all pray he goes on to even bigger things! Nunes in 2024?

    Liked by 7 people

  29. f.fernandez says:

    Well the Schifforbrain’s memo Schiffthebed.

    Liked by 4 people

  30. f.fernandez says:

    Well the Schifforbrain’s memo Schiffthebed.


  31. ledygrey says:

    Take the time to get your facts straight before you post foolish and judgmental comments.

    Matt Schlapp, the interviewer, is married to Mercedes Schlapp, PDJT’s Director of Strategic Communications. They have 5 daughters and attend St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Old Town Alexandria.

    You can look him up on Wikipedia if you are really interested.

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  32. Apollo says:

    One bit of info in the memo, unless I’m wrong: on page 2, it says that 4 different federal judges reviewed the FISA applications, all of them nominated by Republicans. This would seem to exclude Rudolph Contreras (who was an Obama nominee).

    Further, it explicitly mentions that two of them were GHWB and Reagan appointees. The only such judges currently on FISC are Raymond J. Dearie (Reagan) and Anne C. Conway (GHW Bush).

    There is one former member within the appropriate dates who is also possible, Martin Leach-Cross Feldman (Reagan), rotated off FISC on May 18, 2017.


  33. Andy says:

    Nunes has star quality. Extremely smart and articulate. And very presentable. He comes across as very authentic and sincere and knowledgeable. Compare him with the 12 dwarfs who occupied the stage with Trump during the primaries. Head and shoulders above all of them. Love to see him as VP or ultimately run for President.


  34. Daniel says:

    We ALL knew there was abuse of this “heavily safeguarded system” which could be used to compromise our privacy and our freedom. We all knew. There was more than enough public circumstantial evidence to prove that to the public.

    But they were in a HUGE hurry to re-authorize this NSA spying program even while this issue was being brought to light.

    There should be NO doubt that the people in the legislature knew what has been going on. Gowdy and his legalistic BS positions knew what has been going on. He’s an extremely smart man — he’s just not one with the courage to stand behind what he knows is right and in front of what he knows is wrong. But even in this case, to know there is MASSIVE doubt about the way the program is being abused, they should have reasonably delayed and reviewed the writing of the law authorizing the program to continue.

    They did none of that.

    Let’s not forget that.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Daniel says:

      Nunes says “we don’t have any evidence that people in the local field offices [were politically motivated.]”

      Yes we do.

      [1] We know they are government employees with both eyes on their retirement pensions
      [2] The is a UNION — they are unionized government employees with police state power
      [3] At the time of his stating this, we also know the CNN spokes-child on the Florida shooting is the son of an FBI person and is acting strongly in support of FBI interests.

      There is more than enough basic evidence to have enough doubt on that matter.

      The FBI as it exists today, HAS TO GO. It has to be rebuilt. It is still J.Edgar Hoover’s FBI without the one main guy.


    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Finally watched Nunes at CPAC. Devin was so cool, calm and collect, as the saying goes. Very comfortable and knowledgeable. Big crowd.

      Nunes is years ahead in his understanding of Russia. Blames Bozo for enabling Putin.

      Clear evidence of collusion between Bozo/HRC/DNC and Russia.


  35. roubaix says:

    I’m glad Nunes is investigating FISA abuses, but I really dislike his foreign policy views. Standard swamp talk. Lots of fearmonering and flagwaving with minimal specificity.

    People voted for better relations with Russia. That was one of Trump’s best attributes. Too bad that didn’t last. Now the Republicans are trying to displace Democrats as the anti-Russia party, claiming that the boob Mitt Romney was right all along.

    Meanwhile the US continues to poke the bear by meddling in Ukraine and Syria, neither being in the national interest. As long as the media and political elites foment negativity toward Russia, citizens won’t complain too much as their money is pissed away on pointless military interventions.


  36. Pat Frederick says:

    I really enjoyed how Nunes laid the foundation of Russian involvement beginning with Obama’s hot mic slip up–and then with Nunes’ own warnings of Russian interference long before the last election. If this happened, and to whatever extent it did, it happened under the Obama administration and the failure is his to own.

    Totally awesome that they awarded Nunes the Medal–he deserved it!


    • thedoc00 says:

      Thinking back, Obama’s “more flexibility statement” to Putin and Hillary’s “new approach” statement as Secretary of State ere ignored by 90% of the media, yet Trump’s joke about Russia returning Hillary’s e-mails is treated as evidence of collusion.

      How many of Hillary’s e-mails have been returned or found by Russia??

      Liked by 1 person

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