FBI To Congress: Tap This

Devin Nunes, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, is claiming the FBI is dragging its feet in response to the committee’s request for information on its Russian investigation.

I am shocked and appalled.

The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said the FBI is still not cooperating with the committee’s request for information pertaining to its Russia investigation, which includes leaks that precipitated the resignation of national security adviser General Mike Flynn.

Nunes said last Wednesday that the FBI had not said whether it would respond to the committee’s March 15 letter. He told THE WEEKLY STANDARD on Tuesday that the agency was still not cooperating, and that he did not know why.

“We’re still having an issue there,” he said. “I’m trying to get to the bottom of that.”

The agency promised to brief the committee but that has yet to occur, he added. Nunes said the NSA and CIA are cooperating with the request. (H/TAOSHQ)

Perhaps after eight years of continual lawlessness, the Obama holdovers believe Congress, like herpes, is simply something to be ignored.

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3 thoughts on “FBI To Congress: Tap This

  1. Comey and anyone in FBI management who is a holdover from the Obama admin needs to go. I actually believed that the FBI was a reputable operating under the Dept of Justice. Silly me. I have since come to realize that government is corrupt, full stop.

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  2. Metoo – You can’t do anything with the civil service hires, but you can root out all the supervisory positions.

    Cathy – At least a third world country, with a damned junta running the intelligence agencies.

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