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Devin Nunes: Peter Strzok's 'insurance policy' was about getting into Trump campaign emails
2019-05-15
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[Washington Examiner] "We believe that insurance policy is not just about investigating the Trump campaign," Nunes said. "We believe it's to ensure that they were able to get the FISA warrant on Carter Page so they could go in and look at the emails in the campaign."

Posted by:Besoeker

#10  Dead Right There?

I think B is maybe referring to Donald Trump. Onle thing is, Trumps initials are DJT.
Posted by: Harcourt Hatrack6311   2019-05-15 18:16  

#9  #8 nailed it. Dig McSsssssschtain up and wassssssch hissssssch mouth out with sssssccccchoap. And do the same for Meggie Moo and Cindy (on The View would be nice) as an example to other would be dynasty garbage.
Posted by: M. Murcek   2019-05-15 13:01  

#8  Just a thought, but we should pass a law saying that any politician that knowingly passes disinformation must put "I lied to the voters for political gain" after the "I approved this message" on all future campaign ads.
Posted by: rschwarz   2019-05-15 11:57  

#7  To whom are you referring to by the initials "DRT"?

Dead Right There?
Posted by: Skidmark   2019-05-15 10:39  

#6  The Dems are all about Russia investigations until it looks like they are the focus of the wrong-doing.
Posted by: JohnQC   2019-05-15 08:31  

#5  got to love NBC's usage of adjectives - 'tardily' deleted the emails. most people would say 'illegally' deleted the emails.

as a great mind once said, 'at this point what difference does it make? amirite?'
Posted by: Bob Grorong1136   2019-05-15 07:19  

#4  Evidence under subpoena? Oops, an honest mistake, erasing them. The backups too? How unfortunate. What a coincidence.

Any legal minds want to tell us what courts assume when evidence under subpoena is destroyed by the defendant?
Posted by: Herb McCoy    2019-05-15 06:56  

#3  #1 Perhaps the FBI was interested in any success DRT might have been having:

To whom are you referring to by the initials "DRT"?
Posted by: Injun Grick6186   2019-05-15 05:40  

#2  Or they were interested in planting incriminating emails..
Posted by: CrazyFool   2019-05-15 01:05  

#1  Perhaps the FBI was interested in any success DRT might have been having:

Trump campaign planned for WikiLeaks dump, tried to acquire Clinton emails, Mueller report finds.......The report also details Trump’s interest in finding another cache of Clinton documents: 33,000 emails from her home server on which she also conducted some work as secretary of state that hadn’t been retained and were tardily deleted by a technician after they were subpoenaed by the Select Committee on Benghazi.

Link to story.
Posted by: Besoeker   2019-05-15 00:44  

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