Rep Nunes Says Dems Only Want Russia Probe That Will Prove Clinton Was Cheated

Rep Devin Nunes (R-CA) is head of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and recently stated that Democrats really don’t want the current probe into possible Russian interference with last year’s election. He believes they will only accept an independent investigation that will come to the conclusion that Hillary Clinton was cheated and should be declared the winner of the election.

House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes said Democrats are unsatisfied with congressional probes into Russia because they believe only an independent commission will come to the conclusion Hillary Clinton was cheated, according to a report published Tuesday.

“The Democrats don’t want an investigation on Russia. They want an independent commission. Why do they want an independent commission?” Nunes said at the Tulare County Lincoln Dinner on April 7, the day after he recused himself from the committee’s investigation, according to the Los Angeles Times.

“Because they want to continue the narrative that Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump are best friends, and that’s the reason that he won, because Hillary Clinton would have never lost on her own; it had to be someone else’s fault.” …

Democrats still refuse to accept the fact that Clinton lost the election. They ignore the fact that evidence indicates up to 3 million illegal votes were cast, mostly for Clinton. They also ignore the fact that when there was a recount started in Michigan that evidence of votes for Clinton counted multiple times were discovered before a judge ended the recount. Chances are that Trump not only won the Electoral vote but probably won the popular vote also.

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