Feb 152018

Nunes Memo

Hot on the heels of the release of the ‘Nunes memo,’ Salim Mansur once again joins us to share an insight that both explains the incredible significance of its release, and offers a ‘who’s who‘ behind the illegalities and corrupt activities orchestrated by the Democratic Party against Donald Trump.

The ‘Nunes memo’ is named after Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) in the U.S. Congress, California representative Devin Nunes.

His January 18, 2018 memo to that committee summarized an “investigation update” on “significant facts relating to the Committee’s ongoing investigation into the DOJ and FBI and their use of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) during the 2016 presidential election cycle.”

The memo was declassified by the order of the President on February 2, 2018. As always, the devil is in the details and with Salim connecting the dots, the story that unfolds tells a tale that dwarfs the infamous Watergate scandal, a story that compelled then-president Richard Nixon to resign.

Yet today’s ‘establishment’ media has refused to pursue this story of much greater magnitude and political significance. That too is yet another story within the greater story.

“The ‘Nunes memo’ is just the tip of the iceberg detailing the corruption of the FBI / DOJ,” observes Salim. “The massive effort by the Democratic Party and its elected members in the Congress to block the release of the ‘Nunes memo’ can now be fully understood by every American.”

Put another way, one could say that “no Nunes was good news” for the Democratic Party. No longer just hearsay but a now matter of public record, the facts revealed in the ‘Nunes memo’ clearly demonstrate that Donald Trump was Just Right when he accused the Democrats of spying on him during the 2016 election. And that’s bad news for the Democrats.

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