JW’s Farrell is clear, congressional hearings are a waste of good air. The crimes of Clinton – Obama with Russia demand indictments and trials, legal, not political consequences…
Lou Dobbs begins the segment with an indictment of the media, politicians and other supposed watchdog systems that portray themselves as protectors of the American people against a corrupt, rogue government as well as the most corrupt of agencies, the State Department.
In introducing Chris Farrell of Judicial Watch, Dobbs says, “The legal public interest organization Judicial Watch has done more than any lawmaker or any Congressional committee over the past two years to inform the public about the widening Obama – Clinton – Russia collusion scandal.”
He continues, “And it is because of their efforts that the FBI now says it has recovered 72,000 more pages of Clinton records. The State Department, however, says they have failed to produce even half of those 72,000 emails and pages in response to a federal court order.”
Dobbs says, “They have told, the State Department has, the judiciary to go to hell, they have told the American people to go to hell, and anyone who expects the State Department to act like any part of the US government is going to be sorely frustrated.”
“Only a handful of those emails have been made public,” says Dobbs, noting that at the current rate it will be 2020 before the task is accomplished. “That passes for American law and order, oh yes, and State Department integrity.”
Dobbs asks Farrell to comment on the expansive Uranium One corruption issue, with three different congressional committees now looking into the matter. Farrell is not impressed by the low results side show that these investigations invariably become.
He says, “These congressional investigations have their place and their time but the level of criminality we’re talking about now and the national security threat we’re talking about now, you know, Attorney General Sessions call your office.”
Farrell says, “We need grand juries and indictments. We need prosecutions not congressional hearings. If the Congressional hearings come along after the fact to look at the systemic problems and the larger constitutional questions that’s great.”
“But the matters we are dealing with are so serious,” Farrell says, “we have got to see people indicted and put on trial. We need findings of fact from courts, not opinions from politicians.”
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