Judicial Watch’s Chris Farrell prefers the DOJ investigating Clinton over hiring another rogue special prosecutor, if anyone could get Sessions to do his job. He tells him how it…
Attorney General Jeff Sessions sent a spokesperson for the DOJ to the Fox and Friends program on Friday, asserting the position that everything is fine at DOJ.
Despite having done nothing to investigate Clinton crimes over the past year, Sarah Flores said there’s no need for a special counsel to investigate uranium one or any of the other voluminous crimes committed by and during the previous administration.
As quoted by David Asman, filling in on Lou Dobbs’ program, Flores said, “There’s no conflict of interest or other extraordinary circumstances that would prevent the DOJ from probing the Uranium One deal and other Clinton scandals.”
How about having an Attorney General that recused himself from such probes and a Deputy AG who is complicit in their cover up and perhaps their commission, Sarah? Don’t you think those could be considered significant conflicts or impediments to an investigation? [VIDEO BELOW]
Chris Farrell says, “There’s an entire army of Sally Yateses occupying headquarters at the Department of Justice. But that doesn’t mean that there aren’t entirely competent, capable, ethically honest, even philosophically conservative US Attorneys that would still be available as regular Department of Justice prosecutors to go after the whole Clinton Foundation.”
“It’s a criminal enterprise,” says Farrell, “this is not just some wayward actors. This is literally two decades of corruption manifest in the Clinton Foundation and then their dealings like Uranium One and other things as well.”
Asman points out that even if an “Elliot Ness” were found in the DOJ to investigate these cases, they’re still going to be forced to work with the obstructive systems set up by Holder, Lynch and Comey. Farrell supports a DOJ investigation over a special counsel.
He asks, “Do you want another out of control, independent witch hunt chieftain like Mueller doing whatever he wants, whenever he wants, answerable to virtually no one or do you want the regular, normal process that has worked for more than 200 years to take place and have that prosecutor answer to Attorney General Sessions?”
At this point, with the disinterest and lack of aggressiveness shown by Sessions, a special counsel poking around into the mountain of Clinton and Democrat corruption is the preference of a lot of Americans, given that choice. Let her, Obama, Soros and the rest of the corrupt Democrat machinery deal with the same type of scrutiny.
Farrell recommends that Sessions find a gung ho US Attorney, who “may not be sitting in Washington at this moment” with “a team of FBI agents and other law enforcement officers out of Treasury and elsewhere and you create a little task force. And you say go forth and investigate.”
Of course that would be great, if Sessions were so inclined to put such a task force together. Thus far he’s resisted doing his job in any regard when it comes to prosecuting criminal Democrats. That is the reason behind the special counsel outcry. Nobody trusts Sessions to do his job any longer and they don’t want the guilty to benefit, take advantage of the dual track justice system, and escape being held accountable.
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