Rep Nunes Cleared in Ethics Probe of Disclosing Classified Information EIGHT MONTHS LATER

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.

In a statement, the committee said that classification experts in the intelligence community had concluded that “the information that Rep. Nunes disclosed was not classified.” Fox News reported.

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”.

Now eight months later, Nunes has been cleared. In a statement he said:

“I respect the ethics process, but I remain dismayed that it took an unbelievable eight months for the Committee to dismiss this matter,” added Nunes, who called on the committee to release “all its transcripts related to my case.”

A few days after Nunes’ March press conference disclosing Trump and his associates were indeed unmasked, independent journalist Mike Cernovich broke the news that Susan Rice requested the unmasking of the incoming Trump administration.

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