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Democrats Launch Ad Campaign Hitting Congressman Devin Nunes For Abusing His Office To Do Trump’s Political Dirty Work

Rep. Devin Nunes’ International Conspiracy Quest Costs the American Public Nearly $57,000 In Taxpayer Dollars

This week, Democrats launched an ad campaign reminding the voters of CA-22 that for the second time in as many years Rep. Devin Nunes has abused the power of his position in Congress in order to do Trump’s political dirty work, in the process cheating the American public of nearly $57,000 in taxpayer dollars.

CNN reported this weekend that Nunes conspired with criminally indicted Giuliani-associate, Lev Parnas, to arrange meetings in Europe and dig up dirt on President Trump’s political rival. This new reporting would suggest that, for the first time, the efforts to dig up dirt on the President’s political rivals actively involved a member of Congress – Rep. Devin Nunes.

“When Rep. Devin Nunes isn’t palling around with the soon-to-be criminally indicted, he’s traveling to Europe trying to pressure foreign governments to dig up dirt on President Trump’s political rivals while wasting thousands in taxpayer funds. Next on his to do list will be serving as a material witness as he answers for his deeply questionable and unethical actions while in Congress,” said DCCC Spokesperson, Andy Orellana. “It’s become abundantly clear that Nunes is doing the absolute most to make himself more and more vulnerable while he ignores the hardworking folks of the Central Valley in order to do Trump’s political bidding.”

The DCCC’s ads will start running today and will appear on Facebook in English. The ads are targeted across California including CA-22nd, ensuring that Central Valley voters are aware of Nunes’ utter lack of service to the working families of his district.


CAPTION: Devin Nunes thinks YOU ALL are a bunch of turkeys. While Nunes was stuffing his pockets with $57,OOO in taxpayer dollars, he was jetting off to Europe to do Trump’s political dirty work at the expense of Central Valley families.



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