Embattled House Intel chair Devin Nunes gets a challengerCheck The Source Here:https://goo.gl/xYyBK0PatriotT-Shrits: http://goo.gl/XgtvW8 Donate Here: https://goo.gl/IIMAA5 Devin Nunes, the California Republican congressman who sparked a national firestorm as the House Intelligence chairman overseeing the investigation into Russian election meddling, has a challenger.Charging voters are “fed up” with Nunes, Fresno County Deputy District Attorney Andrew Janz announced his candidacy Tuesday for California’s 22nd Congressional District seat. Janz, a 33-year-old Democrat from the Central Valley city of Visalia, challenges the idea that the GOP-dominated district’s 10-point Republican voter registration advantage or Nunes’ roots in a third-generation dairy farming family shields him from a strong challenge in 2018. Nunes, 43, a Republican from Tulare, was elected to the seat in 2002.“The notion that Devin Nunes is unbeatable is a myth,’’ Janz said in an interview Tuesday. “He’s been more concerned about defending himself regarding allegations of misusing classified information than he is with the concerns of the voters here — water, health care and crime. He’s not talking about these things.”Nunes, the embattled chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, was forced earlier this month to step aside from the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election after the House Committee on Ethics announced an investigation following complaints that he “may have made unauthorized disclosures of classified information.” That announcement followed weeks of headlines in which Nunes was criticized for briefing President Donald Trump at the White House — before the congressman briefed his own committee members, including ranking Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) — regarding what he said was information that some members of the Trump election team had been subjects of surveillance regarding Russian connections. Read the entire story in Source, link in description.