Friday, January 8, 2021

My statement on the death of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick

Rep. Devin Nunes released the following statement today on the death of Officer Brian Sicknick, who succumbed to injuries sustained in the riot at the Capitol building.

“The death of Officer Brian Sicknick is a shocking tragedy. Having interacted with Capitol police officers on a near daily basis for years, I’ve seen that these selfless men and women are true professionals dedicated to protecting America’s legislature and the personal safety of representatives such as myself. Officer Sicknick’s death is a reminder of the steep price paid by individuals, families, and American society overall when political violence becomes normalized. I urge all Americas, across the entire political spectrum, to reject this senseless brutality and to advocate for political change through purely peaceful means. Justice must now be served on those responsible for Officer Sicknick’s death.”

Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Yesterday’s Presidential Medal of Freedom Ceremony

Yesterday President Trump awarded me the Presidential Medal of Freedom, an honor I accepted on behalf of the people of the San Joaquin Valley. I wanted to share with you some photographs from the ceremony, which you can see below.

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President Trump awarding me the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
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President Trump with my family.

Monday, January 4, 2021

Congressman Nunes receives Presidential Medal of Freedom

This morning President Trump awarded me the Presidential Medal of Freedom for my work to uncover the gross government abuses committed in service of the Russian collusion hoax. I accepted the award on behalf of the people of California’s San Joaquin Valley. My efforts to expose the Russian collusion hoax were recently discussed in The Federalist – you can read the article here.