Congressman Nunes has been a champion in the fight against the corrupt and phony Trump-Russian collusion narrative. Nunes has stood up to the massive media and Democrat Party propaganda machine, and it appears that Trump supporters are digging into their wallets to make sure he remains a strong voice for uncovering corruption in the DC swamp.
Here’s Congressman Nunes explaining to Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo that there may be more than one informant that was planted inside the Trump campaign, and/or later his administration.
.@DevinNunes: "We don't know if there's one informant or more informants." #SundayFutures @MariaBartiromo pic.twitter.com/ybyzO4lDs1
— Fox News (@FoxNews) May 20, 2018
Grassroots conservatives are rewarding Nunes for his efforts…BIG time.
Rep. Devin Nunes raised an extraordinary approximate sum of $2.25 million in six weeks as grassroots Republicans rewarded the House Intelligence Committee chairman for quarterbacking President Trump’s counterattack against allegations of collusion with Russia in 2016.
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The haul should push Nunes’ midterm war chest past $5 million, with donations pouring in from a national fundraising program. The California Republican’s stock has skyrocketed in conservative circles amid his aggressive antagonism of the federal investigation into Trump’s activities led by special counsel Robert Mueller.
Nunes’ latest figures, to be filed with the Federal Election Commission as part of a mandated disclosure ahead of California’s June 5 primary, were shared with the Washington Examiner by a source close to the congressman.
“If you’ve got the attention of the grassroots — particularly if you’re investigating the president or defending him — it’s a smart investment to make,” a Republican consultant said, of Nunes’ national fundraising program.
Nunes this year has become one of the Republican Party’s most prolific fundraisers.
The House Intelligence chairman raised $1.25 million in the first quarter, more than he collected in all of 2017, with the additional $2.3 million flowing in just since April 1. That performance, with six weeks to go in the second quarter, is unusually strong for a congressman not serving in elected leadership and has even surpassed some high profile GOP Senate candidates. –Washington Examiner