California Representative Devin Nunes is not afraid to blow the whistle on the crimes committed during the 2016 Presidential Election.
He’s spoken out multiple times against the injustice and lies, while openly supporting the President.
And Devin Nunes issued a challenge that could put some major Obama allies in jail.
The Steele dossier has caused havoc in this country for far too long, causing strife and leading to the years-long investigation of President Donald Trump.
The dossier accused the President of colluding with the Russian government in order to secure the 2016 Presidential Election against Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Finally, after years and millions of tax dollars wasted, Trump was cleared of the accusations brought against him.
And now, California Representative Devin Nunes has issued a challenge to a conspirator that could change America forever.
Daily Caller reports:
California Rep. Devin Nunes, the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, said Sunday he is seeking an interview with a Belarusian-American businessman alleged to be an unwitting source for major allegations in the Steele dossier.
Nunes wants to speak with three individuals linked to the dossier, he said on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures.” The most important of that trio is Sergei Millian, the former chairman of the Russian-American Chamber of Commerce, he added.
Christopher Steele, the author of the dossier, told the FBI on Oct. 3, 2016, that Millian was an unwitting sub-source for several bombshell allegations made in the dossier. Steele also told investigators that Millian is identified under different source names in the dossier: Source D, Source E and a Russian close associate of Trump.
Millian is identified as “Person 1” in the Justice Department inspector general’s (IG) report of the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation.
Steele told the FBI on Oct. 3, 2016, that Millian was a “boaster” and “egotist,” but still used his information for the dossier, the IG report stated, adding that the FBI opened a counterintelligence investigation of Millian nine days after agents met with Steele.
But four years later, the Steele dossier has finally been officially debunked.
In fact, evidence has come to light that the dossier was actually the result of a Russian conspiracy against the President.
The Russians knew that Trump would stand against them and be a threat to their power.
The special counsel found no evidence of a conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia. The FBI received evidence in early 2017 that Russian intelligence operatives might have fed disinformation to Steele, according to the IG report.
Nunes appealed to Millian to reach out to his office to discuss the dossier, noting that the special counsel’s team was unable to track down and interview the businessman.
“He is hiding somewhere around the globe, we don’t know exactly what country he’s in, but we really would like Sergei to come forward and talk to us,” Nunes said.
“Either he was, you know, working for Fusion GPS and the Clinton campaign, and dirtying up Trump people, or it’s quite possible he may have been framed.”
Nunes hopes that Millian will reach out about the dossier, so this scandal can be laid to rest once and for all.