In the month since Clint Lorance, the former U.S. Army soldier who was convicted of war crimes, was pardoned by President Trump, he’s publicly thanked Trump and even went onstage at one of his fundraisers.
jct3602: When he was the chair of the committee, Schiff asked to subpoena Stone's emails and phone records to see whether he had lied to their committee; Nunes refused. These were the specific items that got Stone convicted, and Nunes refused to look at them. His activities against the best interests of our Democracy started long before the Ukraine. (There is at least one more major example - the release of 10,000+ IRS documents, of which about 20% were labelled "secret", when those documents actually provided no evidence of the wrongdoing he was looking for.)