Here’s the Letter the DOJ Gave Chairman Nunes in Response to His Recent Request For Classified Trump-Russia Docs
As previously reported, Rep. Devin Nunes sent a new letter to the DOJ on Sunday. Nunes is giving the Rosenstein and the DOJ until Monday at 5 PM to turn over the rest of the documents on the illegal spying on the Trump campaign.
Rep. Nunes wants the DOJ to reveal when the spying on the Trump campaign began.
It is widely believed the spying took place before July 2016 when the DOJ previously said the spying began.
Below is a screenshot of the letter Assistant Attorney General Stephen Boyd sent to Chairman Nunes in response to his recent request for classified Trump-Russia docs [via Jonathan Swan]:
The DOJ and FBI are essentially playing a shell game in order to continue stonewalling.
Numerous congressional sources have told investigative reporter, Sara Carter the House Freedom Caucus has already drawn up the paperwork necessary to start impeachment proceedings on Rosenstein.
The FBI gave Congress thousands of requested documents on the Russia probe last week, including details on its use of spies and FISA abuse during the 2016 presidential campaign.
But, Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-NC) says the FBI only gave a fraction of what was requested!
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray will publicly testify before the House Judiciary Committee Thursday, June 28th at 1:00 PM EST.
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) June 26, 2018