BREAKING: Text Messages Between Nunes Aide and Lev Parnas Released, Here's What They Said

Back in December during the impeachment hearing, Adam Schiff sought to enter the phone records of Rep. Devin Nunes given the coorespondance between one of his aide and former associate of Rudy Giuliani, Lev Parnas.

The Democrats were hoping to use them to help build their pathetic case against President Trump.

Since then, Rep. Nunes has threatened to sue because of this governmental overreach. He's already got a lawsuit going on against CNN right now and it's not looking very good for them at all.

In the end, the texts ended up not proving anything just to be honest. But what did you expect coming from the Democrats?

The text messages between Parnas and Harvey started in 2018 – when Nunes was still chairman of the House Intelligence committee. The committee was conducting its own investigation into the origins of Russiagate and their findings were largely validated by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report in March 2019 and Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report in December 2019.

It makes sense that Nunes’ team would be looking into all angles regarding Russiagate, even Ukraine’s alleged involvement (which the Beast claims is a “conspiracy theory”) but the media wants people to believe this is all very nefarious and that Nunes is somehow involved in what Democrats want Trump impeached over.

But just as with Democrats first major text message dump, in which they tried to smear Nunes directly, the latest round of released texts show nothing nefarious actually happened. (Daily Wire)

You know the Democrats are in trouble if they're trying to use a known liar as a witness to evidence in a trial. Plus, these text messages are old and don't even have anything to do with the Ukraine phone call.

You can take a look at the released text messages between Parnas and Harvey below.

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