Nunes reveals plan to 'hold in contempt' and to 'impeach' Wray and Rosenstein if subpoenaed documents are not produced today

"We are at a boiling point," House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes told Laura Ingraham last night on Fox News.  He went on to reveal a plan to hold FBI director Christopher Wray and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in contempt if a two-page document they have been seeking since August last year is not produced today. News of the plan to hold in contempt and impeach two senior officials was first revealed in a tweet by Washington Post writer Robert Costa: House Intel Chair Devin Nunes privately told several colleagues today that it's time for House GOP to hold Rosenstein and Wray in contempt of Congress, should they refuse to hand over requested docs, according to two people familiar with the discussions... — Robert Costa (@costareports) April 10, 2018     I strongly suspect that this came from one of the "several collegaues," and this forced Nunes to go on The Ingraham Angle to follow up....(Read Full Post)