Officials used a grand jury to obtain Google email, and phone data for at least two top investigators for the panel’s Republican chairman, Devin Nunes.

Posted BY: Bill | NwoReport

In an extraordinary intrusion on congressional oversight, the Justice Department used grand jury subpoenas to secretly obtain the personal email and phone data of at least two top House Intelligence Committee investigators back in November 2017 just as they and their boss, then-Chairman Devin Nunes, were assembling bombshell evidence of FBI abuses in the Russia collusion probe, Just the News has learned.

The subpoenas, obtained by Just the News, show the DOJ demanded that Google turn over personal email and phone data from the two senior staffers on Nov. 20, 2017, and that responsive material was to be returned to DOJ by Dec. 5, 2017.

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