Susan Rice scandal not going away just yet » The Event Chronicle

Political operatives try everything in their power to divert attention away from the Susan Rice scandal

By Shepard Ambellas

WASHINGTON (INTELLIHUB) — As the war drums beat in Washington and other parts of the world the people of America are still demanding answers in regards to shady actions taken by top-ranking officials in the Obama Administration to unmask members of the Trump Campaign leading up to the election which allowed for their surveillance.

Ranking Member of the House Intelligence Committee Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) came forth Friday in a press conference to address Devin Nunes’ departure from the investigation process and and explained how he feels “it’s in the best interest of the investigation.”

Nunes stepped aside due to an ethics investigation which was thrown at him after two left-wing groups filed complaints.

Rep. Schiff acknowledged that while Nunes’ decision was likely a “difficult” one for him to make, he said that the investigation still needs to move forward.

Adding to the controversy, Bloomberg View columnist Eli Lake joined Fox & Friends Saturday to talk about why the Susan Rice scandal is not going away.

“We’ve focused on the unmasking element, now is a legitimate question to sort of say: why was the national security adviser receiving fairly granular, raw, summaries of intelligence that were dealing with the Trump transition?” Lake questioned aloud. “Why was she getting stuff like that to begin with?”

Source: Susan Rice scandal not going away just yet » The Event Chronicle

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