Saturday, May 19, 2018

Does Joe diGenova Know Something? & John Brennan Should Get A Good Lawyer, Not A Good Ghostwriter

Via Billy


Back in April, Attorney General Jeff Sessions came out of seclusion for long enough to try to tamp down GOP anger over his refusal to appoint a special prosecutor to look into what appeared to many in Congress…and the White House…to be widespread abuse of power by the FBI during the 2016 election.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions may have declined calls to appoint a second special counsel to investigate the FBI’s behavior during the 2016 campaign, but the man he has picked to lead an internal Justice Department review is a special counsel in every way but name.
More @ Red State

2 comments:

  1. indyjonesouthereMay 19, 2018 at 4:56 PM

    The way it is being done is better than having a special prosecutor. The lawbreaking is on a magnitude unseen before and with Horowitz, the investigator, running a large investigation team and then with Huber, the prosecutor, running a large prosecution team I do think they can each focus on their sole task and get this done faster than if one person ran the whole show. Most everyone has heard of "Q" and if there is any substance to the organization then there are already some 2,600 sealed indictments waiting to be acted on by Huber and his team. That number is mind boggling.

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    1. there are already some 2,600 sealed indictments waiting to be acted on by Huber and his team. That number is mind boggling.

      I'd be grinning ear to ear! :)

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