For over two years, the Democrats took America down a conspiracy theory rabbit hole. After the Robert Mueller report was released, we learned that the Democrat party is full of corruption. Now, the wheels of justice are slowly turning the right way.
According to The Washington Examiner, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday against the Democrat research firm Fusion GPS. He also exposed the Campaign for accountability, accusing the two fraudulent companies of smearing him over his investigation into Fusion GPS’s and the Steele dossier.
The Examiner wrote:
“The California Republican is asking the judge to award him $9.9 million in damages.
The 35-page complaint Nunes filed in the Eastern District of Virginia today pointed to a Daily Caller article from early August that revealed the Campaign for Accountability hired Fusion GPS as an “independent contractor” in 2018 and paid the firm close to $140,000 for research. And the Nunes lawsuit alleged the watchdog group and the opposition research firm then colluded to target him and stymie his efforts, pointing to three ethics complaints filed by the Campaign for Accountability allegedly “in concert with” Fusion GPS in an effort to “chill reporting of Fusion GPS and Simpson’s wrongdoing” and to dissuade Nunes from making criminal referrals to the Justice Department.”
Interestingly, the complaint, which the Republican filed in federal court in Virginia, accuses that Fusion GPS and Campaign for Accountability (CfA) worked on a “joint effort to intimidate, harass, threaten, influence, interfere with, impede, and ultimately to derail” Nunes’ investigation of the dossier, which he directed as chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI).
As you may recall, Fusion GPS was the firm that put the unverified Steele dossier into the public arena. The Steele dossier was proven demonstrably false after Mueller’s report was released and he testified before Congress. It is essential to highlight that the Steele dossier was the only thing the FBI had to obtain the FISA warrant to spy on the Trump camp.
In the lawsuit, Nunes draws a link between CfA payments to Fusion GPS and a string of ethics complaints that the watchdog group fraudulently filed against him last year. The allegations caused much confusion against Mr. Nunes the previous year on social media.
The confusion sparked the mocking of Nunes’ efforts as he investigated the fraudulent research companies.
Moreover, The Daily Caller News Foundation reported Aug. 1 that CfA’s 2018 tax filings show the group paid Fusion GPS nearly $140,000 unspecified research activities.
CfA filed three complaints against Nunes with the Office of Congressional Ethics. In a Jan. 25, 2018 charge, CfA accused Nunes of leaking sensitive House Intelligence Committee information about Fusion GPS.
Daniel Stevens, the executive director of CfA, denied in a statement to the DCNF that the payment was for information about Nunes.