Gutsy: Outgoing Chairman Devin Nunes’ turned the Russian collusion narrative on its head

Gutsy: Outgoing Chairman Devin Nunes’ turned the Russian collusion narrative on its head

by WorldTribune Staff, November 12, 2018 Rep. Devin Nunes, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, was able to flip the script on Trump-Russia “collusion” to bring to light the Obama administration’s abuses of the FISA process and the Democratic Party’s financing of the bogus Trump dossier. Conservatives view the California Republican as “the one House chairman […]

Nunes predicts declassified FISA warrants will be key to November elections

Nunes predicts declassified FISA warrants will be key to November elections

by WorldTribune Staff, September 16, 2018 President Donald Trump is close to declassifying Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants against Trump campaign associate Carter Page, the chairman of the House Select Committee on Intelligence said. Rep. Devin Nunes, California Republican added that Democrats and the media are “going to be frightened by what you see.” […]

DOJ won’t release documents on official contacts with Steele that continued after his termination

DOJ won’t release documents on official contacts with Steele that continued after his termination

by WorldTribune Staff, August 3, 2018 The chairmen of the Senate Judiciary and House Intelligence committees say the Department of Justice continues to stonewall on documents said to show that a DOJ official continued to feed information from Christopher Steele to the FBI after Steele, author of the unverified Trump dossier, was fired by the […]

Nunes explores legal options against Twitter for ‘censoring’ conservatives

Nunes explores legal options against Twitter for ‘censoring’ conservatives

by WorldTribune Staff, July 30, 2018 Rep. Devin Nunes said he is reviewing “legal remedies” against Twitter for what he said is the social media platform’s practice of “censoring” conservatives. “For several months, people have been contacting me saying that, ‘Hey I tried to find you on Twitter, I couldn’t find your account. Why is […]

How Devin Nunes found himself in Washington’s crosshairs

How Devin Nunes found himself in Washington’s crosshairs

by WorldTribune Staff, July 29, 2018 In seeking answers on the FBI’s activity during the 2016 presidential election, Rep. Devin Nunes has “provoked extraordinary partisan and institutional fury in Washington,” a report said. Nunes’s efforts have put the chairman of the House Select Committee on Intelligence in the crosshairs in D.C. “across the aisle, in […]

Nunes: Mueller probe has ignored Russian efforts to hack GOP

Nunes: Mueller probe has ignored Russian efforts to hack GOP

by WorldTribune Staff, July 25, 2018 Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigators are aware that Russian hackers were not only digging for dirt on Democrats in the 2016 election but had targeted the GOP as well, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said. Mueller’s recent indictment of 12 Russians fails to mention the cyber attacks […]

‘It’s not going to be pretty’: Congress-DOJ showdown this week

‘It’s not going to be pretty’: Congress-DOJ showdown this week

by WorldTribune Staff, June 26, 2018 Lawmakers on two House committees are threatening punitive action against Department of Justice and FBI officials this week. At issue are allegations of anti-Trump bias in the FBI, the agency’s mishandling of the Trump-Russia investigation, and the continued failure by the DOJ and FBI to release subpoenaed documents. Deputy […]

Obama credited for renewed Russian aggression

Obama credited for renewed Russian aggression

by WorldTribune Staff, June 10, 2018 U.S. President Donald Trump, asked by the media on June 9 about Russia’s annexation of Crimea, referred them to the previous administration. “You have to ask President Obama because he let Crimea get away, that was during his administration,” Trump said at a press conference in Canada. “Crimea was […]

DOJ misses Congressional deadline, sets private briefing during Trump-Kim summit

DOJ misses Congressional deadline, sets private briefing during Trump-Kim summit

by WorldTribune Staff, June 8, 2018 The Department of Justice failed to deliver on a promise to turn over to Congress classified documents on the Trump-Russia investigation. The DOJ issued a press release around midnight saying it would miss the June 7 deadline. Instead, the DOJ said it will only meet with a group of […]

Questions dog outing of FBI’s spy in Trump campaign: Were there others? Where’s the outrage?

Questions dog outing of FBI’s spy in Trump campaign: Were there others? Where’s the outrage?

by WorldTribune Staff, May 20, 2018 A 73-year-old University of Cambridge professor with long-time ties to U.S. and British intelligence has been incrementally outed by multiple reports as the operative inserted by the FBI to spy on Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. While media outlets first hinted and then named Stefan Halper as the spy, […]