Former House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes, now CEO of Trump Media & Technology Group, said on Sunday that the findings listed in special counsel John Durham’s bombshell report last week prove beyond a doubt that then-President Barack Obama and then-Vice President Joe Biden were directly involved in promulgating the “Trump-Russia collusion hoax.”

Nunes made his remarks in an interview with Fox News host Maria Bartiromo. See the video below.

Here’s a short transcript:

DEVIN NUNES: Most Americans are saying, how can this happen? How can this happen in the United States of America? Now, as you know, I spent a lot of time abroad. I made a lot of friends overseas. And I have gotten so many calls after this Durham report from people who are saying, what the hell is going on in the United States?

How can you guys have a justice system like this? I think a lot of people were shocked. A lot of them knew me. A lot of them knew that I was telling the truth. But when you see Durham go through this exhaustive three-year process and actually come forth with all of this information that, in any normal world, there would be — there were so many crimes committed here.

And, remember, don’t forget that you had Obama. You asked me, what did Obama know about this? Well, the six — this was a stunt by the Hillary Clinton campaign in ’16. It failed miserably because Donald Trump won overwhelmingly. Then what happened? Obama was directly involved because he’s the one that went back right after the election in 2016.

He got all the intelligence agencies involved. And they leaked out to the fake news media that, oh, the Russians must have done something and they were trying to help Trump. Obama did that. But Obama knew. But we now know from Durham, Obama knew and his team knew in August of ’16 that this was a dirty trick by the Hillary Clinton campaign. So, I think the question is, where do we go from here? That’s the real question, right?

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