Nunes: Departed Stone prosecutors are tip of iceberg, we’re about to ‘unpeel the onion’ of Mueller team’s web of lies

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Congressman Devin Nunes says Americans will soon learn the alarming depths of deceit and corruption perpetrated by Obama holdovers on Robert Mueller’s team during the Russia collusion hoax. (screenshot)

Republican Devin Nunes warned that the layers of lies have unraveled in the putrid onion that was Robert Mueller’s investigation of the failed Russia-collusion hoax.

Congressman Nunes told Fox Business host Lou Dobbs that Americans will soon learn the disturbing depths of deceit and corruption perpetrated by the Mueller team to promote the Russia-collusion hoax.

“The lawyers that stepped aside today who made the seven-to-nine-year recommendation [against Roger Stone] — we believe that this is not going to be the only example,” Nunes said.

He continued: “There’s other examples of things they did during the Mueller investigation that the American people will be very interested to learn in the coming weeks, as we start to unpeel the onion of what the Mueller team was really doing.”


(Video: Lou Dobbs Tonight)

Congressman Nunes referenced the scandal surrounding the four federal prosecutors who abruptly withdrew from Roger Stone’s case amid public outrage over their excessive sentencing recommendation.

“Roger Stone should have never been investigated in the first place, because the dirty cops knew [beforehand]…that there was no collusion between the Russians and the Trump campaign,” Nunes said. “So this was a bogus investigation from the beginning.”

Nunes said Stone was collateral damage in the Democrats’ obsession to destroy President Trump and anyone associated with him.

“Roger Stone gets dragged through the mud,” Nunes said. “He gets busted for ‘lying to Congress.’ If you remember, the Democrats on that committee were doing everything they could to trip him up.”

“Look at James Wolfe: Here’s a guy who leaked classified information. He was sleeping with a reporter and leaking classified information [to her]. He ends up lying to the FBI and he gets a couple of months in prison.

And then you have Roger Stone who was investigated on what is now a total witch hunt [and prosecutors threw the book at him].”

Nunes said no one should lie to Congress because that’s illegal. However, Nunes said the Obama holdovers at the Department of Justice who prosecuted Stone entrapped him and then recommended an excessive, nine-year jail sentence over lies they claim he told during a sham investigation.

“What the hell did they do for two years? They set up an obstruction-of-justice trap,” Nunes noted.

Nunes also said he’s glad that President Trump is draining the swamp of entrenched, corrupt politicians by reducing the size of the National Security Council from 500 people to 100.

Trump supporters also applauded the move, citing the shocking number of media leaks that came out of the NSC, which still employs many Trump-hating Obama holdovers.

Devin Nunes does not get the credit he deserves for uncovering the shocking FISA abuses of the Obama FBI because he’s not a pompous, chest-thumping grandstander like Adam Schiff.

But Nunes deserves recognition for safeguarding the right of all Americans to not be illegally spied-on by the government for unlawful purposes.

In September 2018, Nunes — who was then the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee — supported President Trump’s decision to declassify the bogus FISA documents that led to the illegal surveillance of former Trump campaign aide Carter Page.

The move exposed the “insurance policy” that anti-Trump Obama holdovers at the FBI were using to undermine President Trump.

In an unprecedented public smackdown, the FISA Court’s chief judge torched the Obama FBI for defrauding the Court to obtain bogus warrants to illegally spy on Trump campaign aides.

At the time these alleged FISA abuses occurred, Obama FBI director James Comey was in charge of the agency. President Trump fired Comey in May 2017.

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Samantha Chang is a senior staff writer for BizPac Review. Based in New York City, she is a financial editor and lawyer.
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