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All of the alleged widespread conspiracy and abuse at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Justice, and other Obama administration agencies and this does not immediately showcase a need for a second special counsel?
Revelations - Obama - Administration - Departments - Texts
The just-released revelations showing the Obama administration was coördinating with various federal departments via texts, including the aforementioned ones, to attack and undermine the incoming President Donald Trump administration. This is a treasonous conspiracy that the head appointed law enforcement officer in the country has decided to let slide.
Of course, Jeff Sessions is continuing to allow the absolutely farcical and conspiratorial leftist Trump-Russia witchhunt by the current and only special counsel Robert Mueller. The abuse of Trump allies will continue for some odd reason because President Donald Trump seems incapable of doing anything outside of tweeting how corrupt his own government is and has been under his predecessor.
Letter - GOP - Committee - Chairmen - Chuck
In his letter to GOP committee chairmen Chuck Grassley, Bob Goodlatte, and Trey Gowdy, Jeff Sessions said the appointment of a special counsel only occurs under “the most ‘extraordinary circumstances.’ ”
Despite the numerous accusations and admissions that there was a conspiracy at the FBI, involving the previous administration, to investigate candidate Donald Trump in hopes of disqualifying him from running for office and then to overthrow him after he won the 2016 election. The perpetrators of these actions violated numerous laws and used political propaganda to obtain warrants and permissions to wiretap candidate Trump.
None - Attorney - General - Jeff - Sessions
None of that is extraordinary according to Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Sessions wrote, “To justify such an appointment, the Attorney General would need to conclude that ‘the public interest would be served by removing a large degree of responsibility for the matter from the Department of Justice.’ ” Which gets to the crux of the matter, the Attorney General does not want to prosecute anyone from the...
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