Joe diGenova, former United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, gave his analysis of Nunes' referrals --
"FISA Court . . . issued a ruling on April 26, 2017 . . . by Judge Collyer. In that ruling, which was declassified by Dan Coates, Director of National Intelligence . . . Judge Collyer discovered, as a result of a complaint by Admiral Mike Rogers head of NSA, that the FBI had been violating classification laws for 5 years, lying to the courts . . . and that it [FBI] leaked classified information about American citizens to 3 contractors; then that information was leaked to [members of Obama's] administration who unmasked people and then leaked it to the press."
DiGenova said that Attorney General Barr will take these referrals "very very seriously."
Nunes hopes his work helps "put the US back on the road to recovery."
In "The Russian Collusion Hoax Meets Unbelieveable End," published on April 5 in the Washington Examiner, Nunes sums up the purpose of his work for the last 2 years:
"Having extensively investigated this abuse, House Intelligence Committee Republicans will soon be submitting criminal referrals on numerous individuals involved in these matters. These people must be held to account to prevent similar abuses from occurring in the future. The men and women of our intelligence community perform an essential service defending American national security, and their ability to carry out their mission cannot be compromised by biased actors who seek to transform the intelligence agencies into weapons of political warfare."
Watch "Joe diGenova on Nunes Sending 8 Criminal Referrals to AG Barr" published by Conservative Citizen (7m51s).
Watch Devin Nunes on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo (15m55s).
Read Nunes' entire article "The Russian Collusion Hoax Meets Unbelieveable End" in the Washington Examiner.