Rep. Nunes: DOJ Is Stalling on Surrendering Documents to Congress in Hopes That Dems will Win in November (VIDEO)

On Wednesday night Freedom Caucus Chairman Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) and House Intelligence Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) joined Sean Hannity to discuss the seemingly endless corruption of the Obama-Trump Department of Justice.

During the discussion Rep. Nunes said the DOJ is stalling on turning over documents to Congress because they want to wait and see if Democrats win in November.

Rep. Devin Nunes: Let me start by saying to Mark’s point they shouldn’t wait. They should enforce the subpoenas immediately, Mr. Gowdy and Mr. Goodlatte. The more that you wait over time I’ve learned, you just wait and you wait and you wait. And pretty soon there’ll be an election and I think the Department of Justice and FBI are banking on the Democrats taking over so all these investigations will be shut down.

Sean Hannity: It’s unbelievable. Is it going to take a contempt of, are they going to be held in contempt at the Justice Department because I agree with your analysis. This seems they’re trying to push this to 2018.

Republicans better wise up and get busy.
They better be wrapping these investigations up by December or it could be too late.


Via Hannity:

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