Rep. Devin Nunes Warns Of Possible Obstruction Of Justice By Mueller Officials

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Robert Mueller’s corrupt investigation of Donald Trump was wrong. Period. And now, Rep. Devin Nunes says that Mueller team members may have obstructed justice on top of that by “accidentally” wiping their phones of sensitive data before government officials were able to view them.

According to a new report released by the Washington Examiner, Rep. Devin Nunes says “that could be an obstruction of justice,” saying that “regardless of that, this is destruction of federal records.”

Nunes Warns Of Possible Obstruction

In a recent interview with Fox News’s Sunday Morning Futures, Nunes says that the exact time Mueller investigators destroyed possible evidence on their phones is suspicious. Because at the time they wiped their phones clean, they were also sending text messages to each other vowing to stop Trump:

“This looks like it occurred at a very interesting time. This is when the lovebirds’ text messages were discovered. So, clearly, after that, everybody on the Mueller team went and wiped their phone.”

Nunes’ statement comes after newly revealed records were released showing that officials in Robert Mueller’s witch hunt investigation “accidentally” deleted information from their phones conveniently right before federal officials could see if the investigation was purposely biased against Trump.

Before anyone can be charged for the deletion of the data, however, it has to be proved that there was an investigation launched against the Mueller officials at the time they destroyed the evidence:

“The question here is: Was there an investigation? Because if there was, that could be obstruction of justice. But I think, regardless of that, this is destruction of federal records. We cannot have a justice system, whether it’s at the federal level or the state level or local level, where records are being destroyed, Maria, because that’s how we have a fair and equal justice system here that, if there’s misconduct of any kind, that you can go back and look at what the prosecutors were doing.”

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