The Nunes memo about the FBI and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court may have been a dud, but he's not done yet.
Axios reports that Nunes has told his colleagues and staffers that he intends to release more memos about other federal agencies including the State Department.
The House Intelligence chair and his team have told members and associates they've found other examples of politically motivated "wrongdoing" across various agencies, including the FBI, the broader Justice Department, and the State Department.
What we're hearing: Republicans close to Nunes say there could be as many as five additional memos or reports of "wrongdoing." But a source on the House Intelligence Committee tells me there's no current plan to use the same extraordinary and highly controversial process they just went through, with a vote and ultimately a presidential approval to declassify sensitive information.
It's possible nothing will come of this but, in any case, these agencies and departments are all run by Republicans. The Justice Department is run by former senator Jeff Sessions, one of the most conservative men in all of Washington. The State Department is run by Rex Tillerson, an oil industry man appointed by Trump.
Special prosecutor Robert Mueller is a registered Republican. Former FBI director James Comey is a Republican. Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe is a Republican. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is a registered Republican.
They're all Republicans from top to bottom. They control the federal government. They control Congress.
Republicans have a sickness. They can't stop investigating the Obama administration even if the Obama administration no longer exists.