(Natural News) As chairman of the House Intelligence Committee during the first two years of President Donald Trump's administration, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) doggedly pursued evidence that his 2016 campaign was targeted by members of the Obama regime.
In addition, Nunes — who has top secret clearance as the now-ranking member of the committee that Democrats now control — was attempting to get to the bottom of an email scandal involving Hillary Clinton's mishandling of classified materials via her homegrown, unprotected server.
And every step of the way, Nunes was thwarted, diverted, shunned and even ignored by federal agencies including the Justice Department, FBI and intelligence community.
But now, as President Trump faces a tough reelection against an opponent, Joe Biden, who is largely being kept under wraps by his campaign so he doesn't make even more mistakes and verbal blunders during personal appearances, he has ordered documents and materials related to the Russian collusion hoax declassified and released to the American people.
That's good, Nunes believes, but so much more needs to happen. And in fact, if all of the evidence related to Clinton's email scandal and the collusion hoax narrative isn't released, he believes the intelligence agencies holding the information ought to simply be shuttered.
And he said as much in a recent interview with Fox News' Maria Bartiromo.
"Every Republican senator and member of Congress should be saying… we want every damn bit of evidence that every intelligence agency has or it's maybe time to shut those agencies down," a clearly agitated Nunes said.