In his recent appearance on Fox News, Rep. Devin Nunes [R-Calif] warns that Republicans have prepared subpoenas, planning to continue the investigation on top FBI and Justice Department officials who are involved in the Russia Investigation. If they take back the majority of the House of Representatives in November, the Republicans have subpoenas "ready to go."
The interview took place on the sidelines of the Conservative Political Action Conference [CPAC] on Friday. Nunes, the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, commented on the difficulty of trusting the FBI and DOJ after the Russian probe. Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his two-year-long investigation that led to no evidence of conspiracies and coordination between Trump's campaign members and Russia during the 2016 presidential elections. The initial Russia probe shows that there was no link between two parties and in no way whatsoever was the presidential elections influenced by Russia.
Nunes told Fox News "You can be sure of this, we take the House in November, we have subpoenas ready to go that will continue going after these dirty cops."
He went on to talk about Democrats, especially Intelligence Committee Chairman Re. Adam Schiff [D-Calif] for his lack of action in reforming the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act process. Nunes stated "What they're trying to do is a cover-up, they're trying to cover up the fact that their party was involved in the biggest political scandal in modern U.S. history, where they fed disinformation, likely Russian disinformation from a campaign into the FBI and opened an investigation on the other campaigns."
In his opinion, they (Democrats) are doing everything to not make the reforms and for Nunes, that is not sufficient.
Nunes and other Republicans on the Intelligence Committee accuses Schiff and the others of ignoring the FISA abuse.
At the moment, Nunes explains that he and the Republican party will continue on pushing Democrats to reform FISA. He said "It is complicated to fix FISA. We're going to give all of the information. We have a lot of ideas, we want to see those ideas and give them sunlight, so we're going to give those ideas to Democratic leadership and they can choose to negotiate with us or do nothing."
He ends the interview, saying "At the end of the day, they're in charge."