Devin Nunes, Trey Gowdy Refuse a Second “Productive” Meeting


“FBI didn’t tell FISA court who paid for it; Obama politicals unmasked transition members; Steele was blabbing to the press; etc. ad nauseum. In each instance, reporters of said news were deridingly dismissed as fantasists. Yet each of these items is now fact. (And more.)” — The Wall Street Journal’s Kimberly Strassel

Devin Nunes and Trey Gowdy did not attend a second meeting with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. They are sure it would be just as “productive” as the last one with no documents being handed over. There were also concerns that Nunes was being set up to make it look like he was the one who leaked the spy’s name.

We know one of the spies or the only spy was Professor Stefan Halper. Rosenstein and former FBI director Jim Comey have been telling the world that they were afraid the Republicans were going to leak his name and endanger his life and the nation’s security.

The Washington Post, the New York Times and, today, NBC News revealed the spy or informant oe whatever they call him these days. It’s Professor Halper.

NBC News’ Ken Dilanian: “The [retired] professor who met with both [Carter] Page and [George] Papadopoulos [and referred to by the N.Y. Times and WashPost as an FBI informant] is Stefan Halper, a former official in the Nixon, Ford and Reagan administrations who has been a paid consultant to an internal Pentagon think tank known as the Office of Net Assessment, consulting on Russia and China.”

Washington Post said he wasn’t a spy. He was just an informant. Their story is suspect.



  1. I have not heard Nunes call the earlier meeting productive. That appears to be more Gowdy nonsense. Gowdy spent the meeting playing footsie with the DOJ and explaining why they want the documents. Perhaps he said pretty please too.

    I think Gowdy wants leaks, he is already citing leaks as a reason the DOJ should not provide info.

  2. This is getting better and better sooner or later, and I’m thinking sooner, this is all going to blow.

  3. The informant, aka “spy”, was ‘leaked’ by DOJ and not Nunes but the purpose was to possibly entrap Nunes as was done before, making him subject to an Ethics Investigation, Again. Only this time it would be more substantial and could have resulted in his removal as Chair. It doesn’t get any more despicable than this. Maybe it’s time for Nunes to send a “Criminal Referral” TO Justice against Rosenstein for “Obstruction and Malfeasance” in office.

    • Yes, removal of Nunes is key to the coverup, there is no need to so after Gowdy, he is leaving and has indicated several times he supports the Mueller conspiracy. I think that anything done in the House is limited by the anti-Trump pro-Hillary Ryan. He has allowed Nunes to go this far only because of great pressure.

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