The National Review steps "in it" again, as it goes postal on Devon Nunes (one of the good guys).

National Review:
Devin Nunes Should Step Down as Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee  —  Nunes's unforced errors have undermined public faith    . . . . .    
If Nunes steps down as chairman, he can quickly transition from part of the problem to part of the solution. He can make a powerful statement that mistakes have consequences, and public officials still have the integrity to acknowledge their own shortcomings. He can clear the way for an investigation untainted by his own errors. His own power and his own position are not worth the ongoing loss in public confidence. It’s time for Nunes to go.
Notes:  The reader should know that the National Review remains an anti-Trump (as opposed to a "never-Trump") publication.  And,  the above referenced article is proof.  
The indictment against Rep. Nunes is this: He has gone from one unforced error to another  . . . . .   that is the implicit claim underlying the author's comments.  Preposterous.  
The only objectionable issue with Nunes was his decision to go to the WH before going to the Intel Committee.  And he did so for the most obvious of reasons:  there is nothing "bi-partisan" about the committee,  not with Adam Schiff as the minority leaders.  
Nunes violated protocol.  BFD.  Understand that "protocol" would have kept secret the information given to Nunes and would have prevented his intended meeting with the President.  It would have treated the President as an enemy combatant,  which is exactly how the Left is trying to frame Donald Trump.  This can never be tolerated.  Period.
 What we have, here,  is a National Review that is clearly anti-Trump,  and,  inadvertently siding with the European Socialists among us.  Talk about an unforced error  !!!!  
If you missed it,  Nunes made this statement, last week,  and had a private meeting with the President concerning the following:
First, I recently confirmed that on numerous occasions, the intelligence community incidentally collected information about U.S. citizens involved in the Trump transition.
Details about U.S. persons associated with the incoming administration, details with little or no apparent foreign intelligence value, were widely disseminated in intelligence community reporting.
Third, I have confirmed that additional names of Trump transition team members were unmasked.
Fourth and finally, I want to be clear. None of this surveillance was related to Russia, or the investigation of Russian activities or of the Trump team.