The release of the Nunes Memo is extremely important in our fight to drain the Washington, D.C. swamp. Yes, the contents of the memo are important in themselves, but the greater significance is that we now have a President and Republican members of the House of Representatives who have the courage to stand up to the Deep State and its apologists-specifically, their efforts to cover up the role of the FBI and the Obama Justice Department in politicizing and corrupting the law enforcement agencies of the federal government.
Let me be clear: The Nunes Memo is just the tip of the iceberg. The politicization and corruption of the Department of Justice and its key investigative agency, the FBI, began at the start of the Obama administration. In my messages to FedUp PAC and in my publication, ConservativeHQ.com, I have stressed how the real story of collusion with Vladimir Putin and the Russian government goes back to the role of former President Bill Clinton, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and their Clinton Foundation with the Uranium One scandal of 2010.
I have also called for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to appoint a Special Counsel to investigate this chain of corruption, which shows signs of being the biggest federal government scandal (along with the misuse of Deep State surveillance powers against an administration’s political opposition) in American history. The Attorney General has opened an exploration into the need for such a Special Counsel. The President’s courage in releasing the Nunes Memo gives me hope that Trump and Sessions will have the courage to make such a Special Counsel investigation a reality.
This is far more important than Watergate. The Nunes Memo reveals the confluence of these two stories-the protection of the Clinton family, the most corrupt political family in American history, and the misuse of surveillance powers. The FBI and Justice were the agents of this corruption, at least as far back as 2010, and this is the real reason for the hysteria we saw before the release of the Nunes Memo.