Devin Nunes Reveals Full Scope of Durham Report: Hillary Clinton’s Russia Hoax ‘Represents Total Collapse of the Justice System’

Former Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) has warned that the revelations from Special Counsel John Durham’s explosive final report have marked a “sad day for America.”

During an appearance on Maria Bartiromo’s show on Sunday, Nunes discussed what the report highlights about what America lost as a nation due to Hillary Clinton’s actions.

Nunes discussed John Durham’s bombshell final report and explained that the support Clinton’s anti-Trump Russia Hoax received from the upper echelons of the federal government and law enforcement “represents[…] the total collapse of the justice system.”

While in Congress, Nunes led the charge in the House to uncover the truth about the fake Trump-Russia story.

As Slay News reported, Durham’s report finally confirmed, on the official record, that the Russia Hoax was fabricated by Hillary Clinton and her campaign with the knowledge of the Obama White House, FBI, and CIA.

Nunes was mocked by the corporate media at the time, but everything he exposed years ago has since been proven to be fact.

“This is a really sad day for America because what it represents is the total collapse of the justice system,” Nunes said.

“The Durham report reads like the tombstone for the justice system.

“And it would say something simple, like, ‘Here lies the justice system, the Justice Department, and we knew there was criminality, and we couldn’t do anything about it.’

“That’s really what the Durham report says.

“There’s a lot of great information in there, but nothing has been done.”

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Meanwhile, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) wants Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff 9D-CA) to face consequences for his lies about Trump and Russia.

McCarthy has suggested removing Schiff from Congress, as Slay News reported.

Kevin said: “It raises the question about Adam Schiff.

“Remember when Adam told the American public he had proof?

“Remember when he said he didn’t know the whistleblower?

“What he put America through when he openly lied to us.

“It raises questions about his character and whether he should be in Congress.”

Fox News has also gone digging and learned what former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said at the time.

It appears that, like Clinton, Pelosi also has a lot of explaining to do.

According to Fox News:

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has remained tight-lipped after Special Counsel John Durham’s report showed glaring missteps by the Department of Justice and FBI when it launched the Trump-Russia investigation.

Pelosi’s office did not respond to multiple requests for comment from Fox News Digital this past week with regard to her response to Durham’s report that found “the Department and the FBI failed to uphold their mission of strict fidelity to the law” during the origins of the Crossfire Hurricane investigation.

Pelosi’s office also declined to respond to the question of whether she would walk back any of her past insinuations that Trump colluded with Russia and that the 2016 election was somehow illegitimate.

“This week we saw cold hard evidence of the Trump campaign, indeed the Trump family, eagerly intending to collude, possibly, with Russia, a hostile foreign power, to influence American elections,” Pelosi said in July 2017 in response to news of Donald Trump Jr.’s 2016 meeting with a Russian lawyer in Trump Tower, a meeting over which the Mueller investigation ultimately declined to file charges.

READ MORE: Matt Gaetz Finds Skeleton in Hillary Clinton’s Closet, Demands ‘Criminal Culpability’

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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