As we know, last year, the Rep. Nunes sent two aides to London to locate former spy Christopher Steele, author of the dossier (and of the salacious Pee-Tape allegation).
Ernst Stavro Blofeld, er, Steele’s lawyers denied Nunes’s aides access to their client. Foiled by Spectre!
So earlier this month, donning his best false mustaches and glasses (with nose attached?), Nunes traveled to London hisself to gathering his own intelligence on Steele, a former MI6 agent! And as long as he was there, what the heck, why not get to the bottom of the long, professional relationship that Steele has with Bruce Ohr, who is Comrade Trump’s newest Deep State nemesis!
Nunes, R-Calif., hoped to meet with top officials of the British spy ages MI5 and MI6 and the Government Communications Headquarters, but was rebuffed by those agencies because they feared the congressman was “trying to stir up a controversy,” according to The Atlantic.
In other words, Secret Agent Devin Nunes, under cover of his office as the House Intelligence Committee chair overseeing national security, went to our allies in the United Kingdom to speak with their intelligence agencies, and they turned him away because they suspected he was really there to discredit Steele and muddy the waters about the investigations into Trump.
Nunes’ Democratic opponent, Andrew Janz, issued a statement Tuesday denouncing the congressman’s reported trip and questioning whether it was paid for by taxpayers.
“I’m so disappointed but also not surprised in our Congressman,” Janz said. “He did not have time to hold a town hall, debate me, check in or issue a statement on the thousands of California firefighters risking their lives in August, but he did have time to sneak around London and be denied meetings by British Intelligence.”