Judicial Watch Investigator: ‘I Have Reason to Believe Chairman Nunes Has Been Lied To’ Regarding Unmasking Scandal (VIDEO)

Director of Investigations for Judicial Watch, Chris Farrell told Fox News’ Gregg Jarrett Friday evening that he has reason to believe House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes has been lied to over and over again regarding the unmasking scandal.

Chris Farrell appeared on Fox News’ Lou Dobbs Tonight to discuss the corruption in the FBI and DOJ.

Attorney Gregg Jarrett filled in for Lou Dobbs Friday evening and brought up Mueller’s team of liberal hacks with a political ax to grind.

“Are you concerned that the Mueller team, including Mueller himself have extreme political bias and corrupt motives?” Jarrett asked.

“Their credibility is now something less than zero,” Farrell said.

” Between the conflicts of interest…and unlawful or highly questionable tactics that have been employed so far, and I have reason to believe that even Chairman Nunes from the Intelligence Committee has been lied to over and over again with respect to this unmasking issue,” Farrell continued.

Chris Farrell then went on to point out it’s the same cast of characters who are willfully blind to Crooked Hillary’s crimes, yet vigorously hunt down Trump’s team on minor details.


As previously reported, the House Ethics Committee announced Thursday it cleared Rep Devin Nunes (R-CA) of claims he mishandled classified information after dragging it out for eight months.

Rep. Devin Nunes walked away from the House Intelligence Committee Russia probe in April after he said in a press conference in March that Trump and his associates were unmasked after viewing intelligence reports.

Nunes then went to brief the President on the information in the intelligence reports before meeting with the Intelligence Committee.

The left-wing lunatics came unglued and hit Nunes with a probe that lasted eight months. Nunes slammed the accusations as “entirely false and politically motivated”.

Fox News reported that Nunes has uncovered evidence of abuse in the US government’s surveillance practices:

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., told Fox News on Friday that his investigators have already uncovered evidence of “abuse” in the U.S. government’s surveillance practices.

“I believe there’s evidence that abuses have occurred,” Nunes said in his first interview since the House Ethics Committee dismissed allegations he had wrongly released classified information as part of the panel’s Russia investigation.

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