Nunes: My Phone Records Don’t Match What Schiff, Dems Put In Report

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Rep. Devin Nunes speaks to Fox and Friends about his phone records being released.

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18 thoughts on “Nunes: My Phone Records Don’t Match What Schiff, Dems Put In Report

  1. Devin Nunes isn’t doing a very plausible job answering questions about his involvement in the Ukraine caper. Nunes communicated on the phone with Rudy Giuliani’s indicted Ukraine fixer, Lev Parnas, including an eight-and-a-half minute call on April 12. The content of the calls cannot be determined but the fact Nunes did not notify the committee of this suspicious conflict of interest in advance, destroys Nunes credibility. Why did he try to hide this?
    Parnas’s lawyers have said their client is prepared to testify that Nunes worked to advance the Ukrainian investigations into the Biden family that are at the center of an impeachment inquiry.

  2. If their collecting phone records and putting them out there, why not add a few? Tell the courts you need Schiffs and his staff’s at least. It’s pay back time.

  3. Yes, ask for Schiff’s phone records and if he refuses (because he considers himself too important) then sue him for obstruction of justice…..expose him and reverse it back.

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