Nunes: ‘Clear Evidence’ That Hillary Clinton Campaign Colluded With Russians

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Russian Collusion narrative pushed by the Left for more than a year keeps unraveling in their own faces. Last week President Donald Trump and a key House committee declassified a memo detailing FISA court abuses by the FBI.

Now committee chairman Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) is foreshadowing even more memos, and recently asserted to Fox News’ Sean Hannity that their investigations have yielded ‘clear evidence’ that Hillary Clinton’s campaign – not Donald Trump’s – colluded with Russians to influence the election of 2016.

““Yeah, I mean look,” Nunes responded, “I think there’s clear, there’s clear evidence of collusion that the Democratic Party and the Hillary Clinton campaign colluded with the Russians.”

“OK, you don’t get to hire lawyers and pretend like that didn’t happen, and then it goes to what they accuse you of is what they actually were doing,” he concluded.”

It has been apparent all along that what the Left was engaged in was a projection of their own transgressions. They accused Donald Trump of doing the kind of things Democrats have long done.

There will come a point, if it hasn’t been reached already, that the Left will seriously regret making such wild accusations against Trump because pulling back the curtain only reveals Democrats and Big Government to be the actual culprits.

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“Whatever is there is classified and we can’t get into the classified nature of it,” Nunes explained. “But what I can tell you is this: we have an active investigation into the State Department, that has been ongoing for a while now, and as soon as we can get that information out, we will, as the investigation unfolds.”

Watch the full interview below:

 

 

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