Chris Farrell – Sessions And Inspector General Both A Smoke Screen For Cover Up

Judicial Watch’s Chris Farrell warns that Inspectors General are places where the truth goes to die, and that is what is likely to be the result of the DOJ “investigation”…

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Judicial Watch’s Chris Farrell joined Lou Dobbs to discuss the rogue United States Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, and what President Trump has in the way of options for dealing with him. Sessions appears to be neck deep in a cover up of the crimes that occurred under his predecessors as well as those which still continue in DOJ and the FBI to this day. At best he’s a bungling incompetent.

Dobbs starts off by referencing a tweet by President Trump from earlier in the day in which Trump vented his fury over the obstructionism of Sessions. Trump is obviously frustrated by Sessions’ use of the office of Inspector General as a smokescreen behind which to hide what has been going on and to avoid the naming of a second special prosecutor to investigate DOJ corruption and lawlessness.

Farrell agrees that President Trump is right to be upset, noting that “Most inspectors general really are the department of cover ups, for whatever agency that they work for.” He says, “The IG office is the place where bad news goes to die. That’s how it works, it’s unfortunate but true.”   [[VIDEO BELOW]]

Farrell points to testimony given by IG Horowitz before Senator Grassley’s Judiciary Committee in which he testified that he was receiving no cooperation from the FBI or DOJ and that they were refusing to comply with his orders for document production.

Dobbs asks, “So why do they get away with this?” He notes that DOJ “has told Congress, in its appropriate oversight role in each instance, ‘go to hell,’ in effect.” He asks, “Why does the Department of Justice get an easy pass to obfuscation and delay and then to utterly ignore oversight by Congress?”

Farrell reminds Dobbs, “There’s two parts to this. Horowitz is already under oath, on the record to Senator Grassley, saying that the FBI basically tells him, ‘drop dead.’ So he’s already admitted that he cannot actually fulfill or act on his job.”

“Part two is,” says Farrell, “within the Inspector General’s office, there are operatives who are really first class cover up artists,” speaking from firsthand experience. He says, “Anybody who is expecting the Inspector General to come out with some devastating report, they’re delusional. It’s not going to happen.”

Dobbs describes Sessions as “having almost a statist’s view of his job, which is to preside. He is supposed to be leading the Department of Justice.” Farrell concurs, stating that “When the President is tweeting the way that he is, one would think you’d get the message.”

Dobbs adds, “Well he obviously has not and more disturbing, he sounds like a man who is probably not likely to get many messages from many quarters other than those who are in his immediate proximity and that is a very dangerous prospect to contemplate.”

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2 Comments on Chris Farrell – Sessions And Inspector General Both A Smoke Screen For Cover Up

  1. IF Sessions is replaced it will be very interesting who replaces him. I still believe Sessions is doing what he is told, and the managed opposition is typical of the swamp. It keeps the masses cheering that something is being done, while nothing of consequence ever happens.

    At a minimum it will probably go on until more uni-party RINOs are elected. If we lose the majority, the only thing that will change is the speed at which we surrender the Constitution.

  2. TheRealDavid // March 2, 2018 at 12:06 am // Reply

    As a professional businessman, Trump knows that serious criticism should not occur on the public stage. So, what is the motive behind tweeting his complaints about Sessions versus simply writing a letter or calling him on the phone? There’s more to this little show than we’re seeing.

    On another article, Ben posted the possibility of a “good guy, bad guy” routine being played. That, I believe, may be a very good guess. The theatrics from Trump are just too damn colorful to be taken at face value.

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