Soros’ Marxist Coven MoveOn Agitates To Block #ReleaseTheMemo

February 1, 2018 - San Francisco, CA – We try to keep tabs on dozens of radical/revolutionary organizations across the United States, primarily via email “alerts.”

Below the most recent fever dream from our pals over at MoveOn.

“The FBI just challenged the accuracy of the so-called "Nunes memo" a document that was drafted at the direction of the House Intelligence Committee's GOP chairman and Trump crony, Rep. Devin Nunes.

This memo is just the latest in a long string of attempts by Republicans in Congress to undermine and smear Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Donald Trump and his team's connection to Russian efforts to meddle in U.S. elections.

Rep. Nunes' attacks on the integrity of the Mueller investigation are a shameful partisan stunt. Click here to sign and share my petition pressuring Speaker Paul Ryan to remove Nunes from participating in the Russia investigation completely.

We can't allow Rep. Nunes to continue spreading unfounded innuendo about the Russia probe to undermine its credibility. Last year, Rep. Nunes had said he'd remove himself from this investigation due to conflicts of interest, but instead has sought to misdirect the committee's investigation and disrupt Mueller's work.

Click here to add your name to this petition, and then pass it along to your friends.


Aimee Martinez, Common Cause"


It’s truly rich that an organization like MoveOn which has a long history of supporting domestic jihadis, violent anarchists, RAT politicians [redundant?] and ripping the DOJ at every turn, would actually try to shill for Robert Mueller’s Inquisition. If this is “speaking truth to power,” the effort’s bedfellows certainly are a motley crew.

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