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Devin Nunes’s Family Farm Is Hiding a Politically Explosive Secret
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Devin Nunes’s Family Farm Is Hiding a Politically Explosive Secret
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Rep. Devin Nunes is head of the House Intelligence Committee and one of President Trump’s biggest defenders. For years, he’s spun himself as a straight talker whose no-BS values are rooted in his family’s California dairy farm. So why did his parents and brother cover their tracks after quietly moving the farm to Iowa? Are they hiding something politically explosive? On the ground in Iowa, Esquire searched for the truth—and discovered a lot of paranoia and hypocrisy.

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Quote:I found the Nunes home on the far north edge of town, where the leafy neighborhood bumps up against the surrounding farmland. In the driveway was another white Yukon—the fancier Denali version. Anthony Jr. was pulling out of the driveway in a farm truck. I waved at him, and he abruptly stopped the truck in the street and walked over to my car. He was wearing jeans and a work shirt. I told him my name and asked him if I could talk to him for an article about his dairy. “I’m taking your license plate down and reporting you to the sheriff,” he said. “I don’t want to be bothered.” I asked him again if I could interview him and he repeated himself, but this time a lot louder. “I don’t want to be bothered anymore.” As he walked to his truck, he looked back and warned me: “If I see you again, I’m gonna get upset.”



Quote:After my encounter with Anthony Jr., I met Jerry Nelson, the Dairy Star reporter, down at the Lantern. He wasn’t surprised by the hostil­ity. Think about the story from the family’s perspective, he told me: “They are immigrants and Devin is a very strong supporter of Mr. Trump, and Mr. Trump wants to shut down all of the immigration, and here is his family benefiting from immigrant labor,” documented or not.

Brenda Hoyer came by and said hello. I told her that I hoped it was okay to use her coffee shop for interviews. “Sure,” she said, “if you’re kind and truthful and honest.”

I asked Nelson what would happen, hypothetically, if ICE raided every dairy farm in the area tomorrow. “It would be a disaster for the dairies,” he said. “They would suddenly have nobody to milk or feed the cows. I don’t know what they would do.” The bell on the Lantern’s front door rang, and Hoyer huddled in the corner with a chubby man with dark, curly hair. After a few minutes, she came back over.


“You have a phone call,” she told Nelson.

“A phone call?” he asked. It made no sense. Anybody who knew where he was would call his cell. She asked him to come with her. A few minutes later, he returned in a panic and gathered his belongings. “We gotta go!” he told me.

On the way out I talked to Hoyer. Her demeanor had changed. I asked if I could still talk to Gene, her husband. She said it was no longer possible. I had to leave the coffee shop, she told me. “This article,” she said, “is going to destroy families.” As I walked out, I noticed the mysterious chubby man eyeing me.

Nelson was freaked out. There was no phone call, of course. The mysterious chubby man had asked Hoyer to have us ejected. According to Nelson, she had told him that an article about dairies and immigration would “destroy our lives out here.” It was an incredibly sensitive subject. “It’s kind of a third rail among dairy farmers,” Nelson said. “Whenever I go to a dairy farm, I never ask about the immigrant-labor thing unless they bring it up themselves.”

Later Nelson left me a voice mail in which he tried to explain the reaction. “Dairy farmers are very deeply patriotic and American, and yet here they are hiring these people who are not American,” he said. “And maybe they feel a little shame over that or feel like they are exploiting [people] and they don’t want that to come to light.”


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Excellent article. Thank you.

Found this interesting...

. "On the other hand, he and his parents seemed to have concealed basic facts about the family’s move to Iowa. It was suspicious. And his mom, who co-owns the Sibley dairy, is also the treasurer of his campaign. In 2007, Devin and his wife, Elizabeth, used the NuStar dairy’s Iowa post-office-box address on a filing with the SEC regarding a financial holding company the family co-owns, even though Devin and Elizabeth live in California."
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Hey anon coward

Looks like a good read, can we get a little more of a taste?

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Devin Nunes says he's a local boy with deep roots in his district that run through his family’s farm in Central California.

Quote:Even Andrew Janz, the 34-year-old Democratic prosecutor running against Nunes, says “everyone in the district has known” the family farm moved to Iowa years ago. However, he thinks voters will take issue with the “hypocrisy” he sees in the Nunes family hiring undocumented immigrants while Nunes champions hardline anti-immigration policies. “People want to make sure we have a congressman that is not hypocritical. In this circumstance, we have one who has sided with Trump on every immigration policy, including separating families and deporting undocumented immigrants,” Janz says. “But somehow Devin and his family don’t have a problem hiring undocumented workers.”

With the election a little more than a month away, says Thomas Holyoke, a political science professor at Fresno State University, most voters have made up their minds. (Polls show Nunes with a comfortable lead.) These revelations are unlikely to change them, he says. “I don’t think this is actually going to be a big deal. The dynamics of the race are pretty well set,” he notes. Nunes will “say this is all fake news—chalk it up as another example of the media needlessly going after him. And his supporters who are already inclined to believe that will continue to believe it.

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word is they used hordes of illegals to work the farm.
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Devin Nunes says he's a local boy with deep roots in his district that run through his family’s farm in Central California.

Quote:Even Andrew Janz, the 34-year-old Democratic prosecutor running against Nunes, says “everyone in the district has known” the family farm moved to Iowa years ago. However, he thinks voters will take issue with the “hypocrisy” he sees in the Nunes family hiring undocumented immigrants while Nunes champions hardline anti-immigration policies. “People want to make sure we have a congressman that is not hypocritical. In this circumstance, we have one who has sided with Trump on every immigration policy, including separating families and deporting undocumented immigrants,” Janz says. “But somehow Devin and his family don’t have a problem hiring undocumented workers.”

With the election a little more than a month away, says Thomas Holyoke, a political science professor at Fresno State University, most voters have made up their minds. (Polls show Nunes with a comfortable lead.) These revelations are unlikely to change them, he says. “I don’t think this is actually going to be a big deal. The dynamics of the race are pretty well set,” he notes. Nunes will “say this is all fake news—chalk it up as another example of the media needlessly going after him. And his supporters who are already inclined to believe that will continue to believe it.

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https://www.motherjones.com/politics/201...alifornia/

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