Devin Nunes: “Stop Chasing Russia Ghosts Around the Closet”

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Nunes was the keynote speaker of the Orange County GOP’s annual Flag Day fundraiser and he spent his time sticking up for President Trump. He’s one of the few.

The House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes said Saturday there “was never any collusion between Donald Trump and the Russians.” He called on Washington to “stop chasing Russian ghosts around the closet.”

For his comments, he’s being bullied and mocked in the media.

Who in Congress has the sense to take this rare opportunity for Republicans and support the man who can make changes? Well, there’s Rep. Duncan Hunter, Rep. Dana Rohrbacher, Senators Paul and Cruz, and…?

Nunes was victimized himself when Soros-funded groups and Democrats like pencil-neck Adam Schiff forced him to recuse himself as Chairman of the Russia investigation.

Nunes looked into the possible Trump-Russia collusion and came to the conclusion theres’ nothing there.

“I said, ‘OK, I don’t think there’s any collusion here,” Nunes, a California senator, said.

“And what happened to me? All the major papers in the country did a total character assassination on me. Why? Because I was telling the truth, that there was never any collusion between Donald Trump and the Russians,” Nunes said, as cited by Politico.

“Every night there’s a news story that runs that … has something in common, he said. It’s anti-Trump, anti-Republican, and promotes this nonsense that you’re seeing with protesters everywhere. And they continue to promote it, which continues to promote violence. And you see the latest fiasco with, you know, cutting off Donald Trump’s head to attacking him on stage, or having a Julius Caesar play look like it’s him on stage. So, it didn’t surprise me, quite frankly.”

“I have to ask myself, Was this really an investigation in search of a crime? And I will tell you, if that’s what it ends up being, there will be a huge, huge division in this country,” he added.

Hate media

The hate media and the Democrats are silencing the right with the non-stop verbal and physical assaults. Some are even blaming Rep. Scalise, the victim, even while he was on the brink of death, for the terrible attack on him by a hard-left nut.

Is the hate media to blame for violence? It isn’t but it does bring out those borderlines, the fringe element, it emboldens them. Perhaps they wouldn’t have the guts to become violent without the constant battering of the right and the hate speech.

The media causes a lot of harm. They categorize, generalize, stereotype, constantly belittle people with whom they disagree. They have dehumanized the right and, combining this with the mainstreaming of violence, it’s a formula for serious problems.

It’s not tolerance, its’ not diversity, it’s not freedom for half the country.

Rohrbacher was at the Orange County event where Nunes spoke.

In February, Rohrabacher’s 71-year-old staffer, Kathleen Staunton, was reportedly knocked unconscious by anti-Trump protesters as she attempted to leave her office.

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3 COMMENTS

    • Mr. Lombardi, I believe you meant to say the Democratic Party. Why would Republicans be “complicit” with Russians AND the deep state? Wouldn’t that be counterproductive?

  1. I hope Joy Freid is the victim of a drive by,she is the devil in sheep’s clothing, When will they learn? Not until the shooting starts and they realize that we have more ammunition than they do, then they will call:
    “Time Out” or “Do Over”. The Demos are just like the Japanese before WWII, arrogant and overconfident.
    People of all walks of life are getting sick of them.

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