Devon Nunes: The Senate would have to start, the Senate would have to drop everything they're doing and start to, and start with impeachment on Rosenstein.
Nunes also blamed timing, and the need for the Senate to confirm President Donald Trump's pick for the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh, before November as the reason things weren't moving more swiftly in Congress toward Rosenstein's removal. Keep in mind, this is all just a matter of two weeks after Nunes tried to bring articles of impeachment against Rosenstein to party leadership only to be dismissed and mildly dressed down by House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.).
House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes is showing no signs of de-escalating a conflict with the Justice Department over the Russian Federation investigation, hitting the department late Tuesday with an expansive new request for "any contacts" between FBI intelligence sources and over a dozen Trump campaign associates, according to a letter obtained by CNN. "Which is really the danger... we have to keep all these seats".
"If we do not keep the majority, all of this goes away". "It's also critical that the American people are able to trust the Department of Justice, our nation's top law enforcement agency".
"It's a matter of timing", Nunes said.
Nguyen did not mention the Department of Justice's own Inspector General released a report that corroborated the findings of the Nunes memo or that Mueller has been investigating Trump for almost two years now with no evidence of collusion or obstruction of justice found. If so, that's leaves roughly a month of time before elections for Nunes and Friends to renew Rosenstein impeachment efforts.
Reps. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) and Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), members of the House Freedom Caucus, introduced a resolution last month to impeach Rosenstein.
As Common Dreams reported Wednesday, Collins' arrest was celebrated by Washington D.C. ethics watchdogs that have been calling for investigations into several GOP congressmen's investments in Innate Immunotherapeutics for more than a year.
"Devin Nunes should resign for perverting the oath he took". Nunes and others are trying to root it out. "I don't think we should be cavalier with this process or with this term", said Ryan in a press conference.
Nunes, like every member of the House, is up for re-election in November. No, he doesn't come right out and say "Trump is guilty", but he offers up a "hypothetical" where he describes a campaign that colludes with a foreign power that has stolen emails and colludes to release them to change the outcome of the election.
Nunes was the headliner at the $250-a-plate McMorris Rodgers' campaign fundraiser. "OK, now we have a problem, right?"
National security lawyer Bradley P. Moss said that firing Mueller before the midterms "would be politically devastating" for Trump, but it's not completely out of the question. He called the president's tweets a "mixed bag".
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