The Deep State’s cover up is collapsing.
Devin Nunes and Trey Gowdy have been leading the charge to dig at the real truth behind the FBI’s spying and sabotage campaign against Donald Trump.
And now the moment Gowdy has been waiting for is here and the Deep State is terrified.
The revelation that the FBI sicced a spy on the Trump campaign rocked Washington.
Upon learning the news, Republicans like Devin Nunes insisted the FBI turn over the documents pertaining to this spy ring to Congress.
But FBI Director Christopher Wray and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein fought tooth-and-nail to protect their Deep State secrets.
That led to Donald Trump siding with Congress and the Constitution, and the FBI and DOJ eventually yielding.
Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee – including Nunes and Gowdy – will meet with Wray and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats to review the documents about the FBI’s scheme to implant a spy in the Trump campaign.
The New York Post reports:
“She confirmed that House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) would meet with Wray and Coats on Thursday.
Ed O’Callaghan from the Justice Department is also slated to attend. The press secretary said nobody from the White House will be on hand.
The Thursday meeting came about after Wray, Coats and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein met President Trump at the White House Monday.
Nunes had requested that the Justice Department give him “specific documents” about an alleged FBI informant who interacted with members of Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.
“They continue to leak out things about this informant and we don’t know if there’s one informant or more informants, because there’s so much out there now, it’s really tough to follow, and all we’re asking is, giving us the documentation that you used to start this investigation,” Nunes said on Maria Bartiromo’s Fox News Channel show on Sunday.”
Congress has every right to review these documents.
The FBI and DOJ are not independent agencies.
The Attorney General and FBI Director report to the President, and the Constitution gives Congress oversight power over their activities.
And new questions are being raised about this spy that makes the DOJ and FBI’s cover up laughable.
The FBI claims the counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign began on July 31st.
But James Comey testified before the House Intelligence Committee that he briefed the National Security Council Principles meeting on the “Page problem” in late spring.
And Page says his first interactions with the spy came when he was invited to a conference in July 2016.
There is clear and mounting evidence that the FBI began spying on the Trump campaign before the documented start date of the Russia investigation.
Now Gowdy and Nunes are going to get their hands on the documents that could blow the Deep State’s scandal wide open.