Devin Nunes is done playing games with Adam Schiff and the leaky Democrats, and he should be. Nunes spent 3 years getting destroyed by the media fed by the Democrat’s strategic leaks.
He couldn’t fight back as they refused to believe we had dirty cops abusing the FISA process. They all said that this was impossible.
But in the end, Nunes was the only one vindicated while Adam Schiff and every network save Fox News got embarrassed by the truth.
So Nunes, correctly, wants Adam Schiff to call hearings on the FISA abuse so we can fix it so it never happens again. Adam, however, refuses.
So Devin Nunes is boycotting Schiff and his nonsense hearings, ripping him in the process for holding “publicity events” not real Intel hearings.
CNN reported that House Intelligence Committee Republicans boycotted a public hearing on Wednesday in what they say is a protest of the committee’s focus on “publicity events” rather than intelligence community oversight.
The intelligence panel’s ranking Republican, Rep. Devin Nunes, and the other GOP members on the committee sent a letter to House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff saying they would not take part in a public subcommittee hearing Wednesday on emerging technologies and national security, according to a copy of the letter obtained by CNN.
The Republican protest is a sign that the anger stemming from the impeachment fight has yet to subside, even after the Senate trial brought impeachment to a close last week…
…The Republican letter charged that the committee has not addressed the December Justice Department inspector general report on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant for former Trump campaign associate Carter Page, which identified major problems with the warrant and its renewals.
“Until the Committee prioritizes oversight activities related to urgent and critical concerns, Republican members cannot support distractions from our core responsibilities,” the Republicans wrote. “Given this Committee’s access to highly sensitive information, it is concerning that you prioritize publicity events rather than the more productive work that occurs in the Committee’s classified spaces.”