The former GOP head of the House Intelligence Committee said on at least two occasions last week that he and others — presumably other Republicans — are preparing criminal referrals related to the “Spygate” coup attempt against POTUS Donald Trump.
In an interview with One America News during the Conservative Political Action Conference earlier this month, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), said that he and other GOP lawmakers were still, after two years, attempting to find out additional details regarding the Deep State operation to spy on Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign as well as undermine it to the point of driving him from office after he defeated Hillary Clinton.
“We’re still continuing to get to the bottom of what was happening to the Department of Justice and the FBI, trying to make sure that everyone there is held accountable…either through the courts or otherwise…. We’ll be making criminal referrals on a whole host of topics, most importantly probably lying and misleading Congress,” Nunes said.
The California lawmaker also made it a point to note that while special counsel Robert Mueller has made a number of cases thus far, he’s “skipped a whole bunch of people who’ve lied or mislead Congress, so we’ll be making those referrals to the Department of Justice.”