House Dems said to slow-roll Nunes ethics case; seek to delay ‘unmasking’ probe of Obama aides

House Dems said to slow-roll Nunes ethics case; seek to delay ‘unmasking’ probe of Obama aides
Ted Deutch, D-FL; ranking member of House Ethics Committee and slow-roller-in-chief. (Image: Screen grab of CBS 4 Miami video, YouTube)

[Ed. – Hypocrisy, thy name is Democrat.  Consider that we all know exactly what Devin Nunes said to the public.  There’s no secret at all about it.  Whereas in the matters of unmasking by Obama officials, and intel leaks to the media, the who and what are precisely what we need to learn.  The only reason for dangling Nunes in order to delay the real investigation can be a sleazy political one.]

Democratic congressional leaders on the House Ethics Committee are charged with intentionally dragging out an investigation into Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes in what multiple sources described as an attempt to influence the Intelligence Committee’s sensitive Russia probe and promote their own political careers, according to multiple sources who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon.

Nunes (R., Calif.), chair of the House Intelligence Committee, which is handling the Russia probe, was sidelined from his leadership role in the probe more than three months ago after the Ethics Committee began investigating allegations that he disclosed classified information in comments alleging Obama administration officials had accessed classified intelligence reports in order to gain information on Trump associates.

Democrats are said to be blocking efforts to advance the Nunes case in an effort to discredit the top Republican and keep him sidelined from the sensitive Russia probe, which Democrats have increasingly used to score political points against Trump and boost their own political profiles.

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