The House GOP member wants “emails… everybody they wiretapped” made public, illuminating the abuses of these non-elected bureaucrats.


On Friday, during the Conservative Political Action Conference, former Chairman of the House Select Committee on Intelligence Devin Nunes issued a stipulation that all of Robert Mueller’s special counsel activities be made public, along with whatever report he finally ends up submitting to Attorney General William Barr.

Nunes demanded that if the Mueller report is made public to Congress, then “everything that Mueller did” should be made public including his “emails … everybody they wiretapped.”

“Every single thing they used should be made public for all of America to see,” he continued.

Many people agree. They are sick and tired of seeing government resources wasted in a futile and illegal attempt to unseat an elected president.

Nunes was heavily involved in probing Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, and both the House and Senate confirmed that there was no collusion by President Trump.

Mueller is expected to issue his report to Barr in the coming weeks as his investigation wraps up. The report, however, may not be made public in any form.”

Barr said during his confirmation hearing, “the special counsel will prepare a summary report on any prosecutive or declination decisions and that shall be confidential and shall be treated as any other declination or prosecutive material within the department.”

Adding, “the attorney general, as I understand the rules, would report to Congress about the conclusion of the investigation. I believe there may be discretion there about what the attorney general can put in that report.”

“The report is expected to be a summary of findings by Mueller’s nearly two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.”

However, since the investigation began, loads of evidence of an Obama administration set-up of Donald Trump (at the orchestration and bidding of Hillary Clinton) has been exposed.