Jordan and Meadows point out flaws in the Sessions-Rosenstein scheme to circumvent Congress’ calls for a special counsel. US Atty Huber can’t investigate his bosses and Obama…
Laura Ingraham notes that in a letter in which Attorney General Sessions told three members of Congress that he was going to ignore their wishes and those of many of their colleagues and refuse to appoint a special counsel, he stated that special counsels are only appointed in “extraordinary circumstances.” [[WATCH INFO-PACKED VIDEO BELOW]]
She invited Reps Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Mark Meadows (R-NC) in for a discussion of what the heck is going on. Jordan points out that Andrew McCabe didn’t lie just once, he lied four times and points to the many shady dealings that the dirty cop has been exposed being involved in at this early stage of the investigation.
Rep Meadows addresses the charges that McCabe made in an op-ed that he is being targeted politically, a rich bit of irony in view of the fact that he was a key player in a political coup against President Trump, saying that the internal investigation report by the FBI’s OPR, his colleagues, completely refutes those claims.
Meadows points to the claim by Sessions that special counsels should only be used in the most extraordinary of circumstances. He asks, “How much more extraordinary do you have to be when you fire the central player in the investigation?”
Meadows reveals that this very day he went through and reviewed the clean copies of seven redacted pages they had been given by the DOJ and found twelve instances of material facts being omitted by the DOJ, the involvement of Obama chief of staff Denis McDonough in the coup was one of those omissions. He states plainly, “This Department of Justice is not complying with the oversight responsibility that we have in Congress.”
Ingraham notes that it looks like the reasons for the redactions was because the information on the documents “didn’t make them look good.” Jordan picks up on the point made by Meadows, reciting a partial list of individuals removed from their positions for wrongdoing.
It includes FBI Director Comey and his Deputy Andrew McCabe, both of them fired, as well as Jim Baker, chief counsel who was demoted and reassigned, Peter Strzok, former head of counterintelligence and his mistress, Lisa Page, former FBI counsel, who was demoted and reassigned. He declares, “If those aren’t extraordinary circumstances warranting a second special counsel, I don’t know what the heck is.”
Jordan then makes the most damning argument for those who believe that the appointment of Huber will be an acceptable substitute for a second special counsel, asking, “How can Mr. Huber, he’s probably a great lawyer, I don’t know much about Mr. Huber from Utah, but how can he investigate his boss, Rod Rosenstein? That’s who he reports to.”
Jordan continues, “Mr. Rosenstein is involved in all of this FISA abuse that we think took place. So you have to have a second special counsel. I hope that Jeff Sessions figures that out and names one very soon.
Meadows counters an attack from a CNN smear merchant, Jeffrey Toobin, with a statement of facts, evidence that in July of 2016 the investigation into Donald Trump began and additional evidence showing the Obama regime’s involvement in leading the FBI operation to eliminate Trump a week later and another meeting the following week at the White House in which all “cyber” info was pulled for Comey in preparation.
Ingraham notes that Goodlatte and Gowdy are following their old familiar patterns of being the accommodating opposition willing to put on a good performance prior to acquiescing to Democrats and their fellow globalist turncoats, appearing to accept without so much as a whimper the denial of a special counsel and the appointment of a subordinate to the evil doers fill that role.
Jordan again notes the problems of the investigator investigating his boss, reminding viewers that Rosenstein signed one of the FISA applications that is being investigated. Jordan says, “The simple fact remains, these are extraordinary circumstances. Those five people at the top of the
Ingraham asks Meadows why Sessions is so resistant to the idea of a second special counsel. He replies “I think he’s being poorly served” and notes that in meetings with Rosenstein and Sessions in which he was attempting to inform them, they are closed minded. He says, “It’s almost like they have a set of talking points they go to but the facts don’t support those talking points.”
No they don’t, Congressman, but they support the cover up, which to the criminal elites is much more important.
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