– U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes was not a household name outside of the Capitol
until his famous “memo” outlining gross irregularities in the conduct
of the FBI and Justice Department investigations into the so-called
“Russian collusion” case.
But, since then, the House Intelligence
Committee chairman from California has been under fire from Democrats
and the media. California Republicans are planning to pour money into
challenging his re-election bid in November. And now, even comedian Bill
Maher, is attacking him with his list of “25 Things You Didn’t Know About Me” list.
Devin Nunes’ life has been an open book, so to speak. In fact, he
authored one in 2010, the year of the tea-party revolt, and it’s still
around for those who love him and hate him to pore through.
Many who overlooked it eight years ago are rediscovering his manifesto and personal story titled, “Restoring the Republic,”
which demonstrates a sophisticated understanding of the issues facing
America in 2010 and still today. In fact, the book has shot up the
charts as a once-obscure member of Congress has taken on an exceedingly
For months, Rep. Devin Nunes has been a key figure in efforts to “drain the swamp” in Washington.
last March, he revealed members of the intel community had collected
communications from Trump’s transition team back while Obama was
president – leaving Democrats scrambling to reclaim their narrative that
Trump had no evidence to back his claim that Obama had “wiretapped”
Nunes, badgered by a combative establishment media, defended his
decision to tell President Trump about the surveillance, while
repeatedly explaining he had seen no evidence of communication between
Russia and Trump’s transition team.
Now he’s at the center of the
storm over the four-page memo alleging “shocking” surveillance abuses of
the Trump presidential campaign by the Justice Department and FBI –
abuses some who have seen it call “worse than Watergate.” In response,
at least two pundits on MSNBC have absurdly questioned on-air whether
Nunes is a Russian agent.
Meanwhile, Nunes, whose staff authored
the memo, has released a statement appearing to confirm the FBI used
“unverified information” from the notorious anti-Trump dossier in its
application for a FISA warrant to spy on Trump campaign officials.
stonewalled Congress’ demands for information for nearly a year, it’s
no surprise to see the FBI and DOJ issue spurious objections to allowing
the American people to see information related to surveillance abuses
at these agencies,” Nunes said, adding: “[I]t’s clear that top officials
used unverified information in a court document to fuel a
counter-intelligence investigation during an American political
campaign. Once the truth gets out, we can begin taking steps to ensure
our intelligence agencies and courts are never misused like this again.”
who is Devin Nunes, and what does he believe? What are the principles
for which he has been fighting in Congress since 2003? What type of
future does he want for America?
The answers to those questions
can be found in Nunes’ book “Restoring the Republic: A Clear, Concise,
and Colorful Blueprint For America’s Future,” which is available at the
In “Restoring the Republic,”
Nunes lays out a detailed plan for how to fix the problems threatening
the nation’s future. In his own words, the congressman reveals:
- How America can break its dependence on Middle Eastern oil and transform itself into an energy powerhouse;
- How America can prevent Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid from
exploding the national debt and ruining the country financially;
- How the nation can restore economic growth through a simpler, fairer tax code;
- How the U.S. can deal with the many international threats it faces;
- How America’s borders can be defended and its broken immigration system fixed;
- And how failing public schools can be repaired.
Plus, Nunes reveals why politicians from both parties refuse to
discuss the one most critical reform needed to restore the republic.
congressman draws on his experience growing up in the breadbasket of
central California. As a child on his family’s dairy farm in Tulare
County, Nunes saw firsthand how the convergence of big government, big
business and the radical left wreaked havoc on an entire community,
transforming once-prosperous farmland of the San Joaquin Valley into
little more than blighted desert.
Now those same forces are
threatening the nation as a whole, and Nunes offers solutions on how to
beat them back and keep America strong and free.
Niall Ferguson, a Harvard University history professor and senior fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, showered “Restoring the Republic” with praise.
Nunes is one of a new generation of Republican politicians who
articulate the frustrations of millions of ordinary Americans with the
way their country – or at least their government – has lost sight of the
first principles embedded in the Constitution. A believer in freedom in
all its varieties and a skeptic of big government, he reads like one of
the true sons of the Reagan Revolution,” he wrote.
Victor Davis Hanson, a military historian and columnist for National Review Online, wrote effusively about Nunes’ book as well.
common sense logic and language, Rep. Devin Nunes outlines how both
Republican and Democratic administrations and congresses in the past
have nearly bankrupted the country, wedded to a utopian social,
economic, and cultural agenda that we can never pay for nor will ever
work. Most importantly, he offers not just a critique of these
depressing times, but also a conservative blueprint for national renewal
that, if followed, would allow us to pay off our debts, reform a
corrupt political system, harness out-of-control entitlements, and
utilize all our own energy sources.”
Joseph Farah, founder of WND
and the publisher of Nunes’ book had this to say: “When Bill Maher comes
after you, you know you hit the bull’s-eye.”
Take a deep dive into the mind of the man on your TV screen. Order
“Restoring the Republic” now from the WND Superstore. Find out what
really makes him tick – not from Bill Maher, but from his own words and
his own life story.