Nunes is Playing Spy While Andrew Janz Talks to Voters

 

Nunes is Playing Spy While Andrew Janz Talks to Voters

Fresno, CA (August 28, 2018) – Devin Nunes, Congressman in California’s 22nd Congressional District, and chairman of the House Intelligence Committee flew to London to gather intel on Christopher Steele, the former British intelligence officer who compiled the dossier alleging Trump-campaign ties with Russia. But MI5, MI6, and GCHQ were wary of entertaining Nunes out of fear that he was “trying to stir up a controversy.”

Devin Nunes took this trip in the midst of August Recess, a time when representatives should be meeting with their constituents. While Nunes was in London playing spy, Andrew Janz met with his constituents.

“I’m so disappointed but also not surprised in our Congressman. He did not have time to hold a town hall, debate me, check in or issue a statement on the thousands of California firefighters risking their lives in August, but he did have time to sneak around London and be denied meetings by British Intelligence. If he’s not going to talk to his constituents, I will. It’s an honor to meet with concerned voters and talk about the issues here on the ground,” Andrew said.

Devin Nunes time and time again has disappointed the people here in the Central Valley and across the nation. The question is, was this trip at the expense of taxpayer dollars?

Fortunately, voters have another option this November.

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Andrew Janz is a Deputy District Attorney for Fresno County, where he was assigned to the Violent Crimes Unit before entering the race against 8- term incumbent Rep. Devin Nunes after his infamous midnight Uber trip to the White House last spring. Andrew Janz is 34 years old and resides in Fresno with his wife Heather and their two dogs.

Devin Nunes is the 8 term incumbent for California Congressional District 22 who became a national lightning rod after his midnight trip to the White House in 2017. Most recently Devin Nunes has come under national and local scrutiny for his most recent ethical missteps in spending thousands of campaign dollars on Boston Celtics tickets, wine tours, and Las Vegas getaways.