The article below is filled with questions that must be answered.
How can Attorney General Jeff Sessions head the Department of Justice, when under his desire to help the Clinton’s, his department must be called The Dept. of “Just US”
President of the I love Donald Fan Club
President Trump seems to be joined at the hip with Sessions since he was the first”Big Name,” to come out and support him.
It looks as though Hillary’s Emails are finally coming home to roost and in doing so, it paves the way for some of the most corrupt individuals who have served themselves using their positions of power as coverage.
This just in from Dave the Differentiator:
This story is a good example of what is happening in America.
Whistle-Blowers are coming forward and exposing the corruption in Government and business.
Once this floodgate of Whistle-Blowers stepped out into the clean fresh air of exposure and truth, it could not be stopped.
WikiLeaks was just the tip of the iceberg so to speak.
The Corruption runs so deep and so broad that there will be bad news coming forth for months and years to come.
The FBI and the Department of Justice is just a portion of the corruption.
A very big portion!
The Supreme Court has major problems as was exposed by its ObamaCare decision.
Thank up Supreme Court Justice Roberts.
While all supporters of Obama’s Health Care Denial Program said it was a tax, in his finite wisdom didn’t think so. (Source)
Screw the conclusions reached by the talking heads in the video below.
Chief Justice last minute decision to change his vote after he had made up his mind to the contrary, is adjudication from the bench and little else.
The government does not have the power it exercised and who will call them out? TRUMP, that is who!
Obama issued so many illegal and anti-Constitutional Executive Orders that Trump has worked diligently is an attempt to right the ship.
The Constitution was designed to LIMIT the Government not expand it.
Obama is a complete failure and hates America as does his mate Michelle. What a corrupt and hypocritical team they were.
To discover the TRUTH, America desperately needs more Whistle-Blowers and they are moving into position as I write this reply.
The CIA is totally out of control – thanks to the Bush and Clinton families.
The recent revelations on the Clinton Foundation are sad, but have been known for years by the DOJ!
Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch are old friends of Hillary as is James Comey.
Collusion and conspiracy was no problem for these criminals.
These three in a similar manner as Bill Clinton have no problem with bold faced lies. When it comes to lying, Hillary is in a class all by herself.
JUSTICE is creeping out of the government but at a slow pace. The next few weeks will be shocking for the liberals.
If you would care to leave comments, pro or con, on Dave’s comments, please leave them in the comment section.
It’s time the president understands that his relationship is like a bad marriage.
Bad marriages usually end up in divorce.
FILE – In this May 8, 2013, file photo, Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., (AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File)
His replacement is obvious, Trey Gowdy is a fierce advocate for justice, a strong supporter of the U.S. Constitution as written and puts America first.
Perhaps as startling as the revelation that the FBI was investigating the Hillary Clinton/Russia/Uranium One collusion and that key figures like Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Special Counsel Robert Mueller and Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe knew about it and said nothing.
Is the refusal by Attorney General Jeff Sessions to remove the non-disclosure agreement gag order on the FBI informant who arguably could put Bill and Hillary Clinton and a few others in federal prison a crime?
The American Thinker
By Daniel John Sobieski
October 22, 2017
It was said the Jeff Sessions recused himself from all things Russian because of election campaign conflicts but is it really because he thought it would insulate him from having to divulge what he knew about Uranium One.
And, of course, the people who at the very least knew about the deal, some who approved the deal, including past and present members of the FBI, the DOJ, and Special Counsel Robert Miller’s team?
Is Jeff Sessions part of the Uranium One cover-up?
If not, then he needs to explain why he is thus far refusing Sen. Chuck Grassley’s request to lift the gag order imposed by the Obama administration as part of the Uranium One cover-up:
A top Senate Republican is calling for the Justice Department to lift an apparent “gag order” on an FBI informant who reportedly helped the U.S. uncover a corruption and bribery scheme by Russian nuclear officials but allegedly was “threatened” by the Obama administration to stay quiet….
“Witnesses who want to talk to Congress should not be gagged and threatened with prosecution for talking.
If that has happened, senior DOJ leadership needs to fix it and release the witness from the gag order,” Grassley said in a statement.
Victoria Toensing, a lawyer for the former FBI informant, told Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom” that her client has “specific information about contributions and bribes to various entities and people in the United States.”
She said she could not go further because her client has not been released from a nondisclosure agreement but suggested the gag order could be lifted soon.
Toensing also claimed that her client was “threatened by the Loretta Lynch Justice Department” when he pursued a civil action in which he reportedly sought to disclose some information about the case.
In a letter sent Wednesday to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Grassley said such an NDA would “appear to improperly prevent the individual from making critical, good faith disclosures to Congress of potential wrongdoing.”…
The Hill reported earlier this week that the FBI had evidence as early as 2009 that Russian operatives used bribes, kickbacks and other dirty tactics to expand Moscow’s atomic energy footprint in the U.S./
Grassley on Wednesday released a series of letters he fired off last week to 10 federal agencies, raising the question of whether the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) which approved the uranium transaction was aware of that FBI probe .
He pointed to potential “conflicts” involving the Clintons. Ya Think?
The committee included then-Secretary of State Clinton.
So why not just lift the gag order, vacate the non-disclosure agreement, which Sessions has the power to do, and let the informant come forward with information on how and why the Clinton’s conspired to put 20 percent of our uranium assets under Russian control while lining the pockets of the Clintons and their pay-for-play foundation?
As Toensing notes, Sessions could do it, and thereby bring to light the details of this criminal enterprise:
The lead investigators on the case included Rod Rosenstein, who is now the deputy attorney general, and Andrew McCabe, who is now the deputy FBI director.
Rosenstein is the DOJ official who appointed former FBI Director Robert Mueller to investigate alleged collusion between the Trump presidential campaign and Russia.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from the collusion/campaign investigation.
He could waive the Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) signed by the informant, said Toensing.
“Yes, Jeff could do it,” she said.
“He is not recused from this matter and should not be.”
However, Rod Rosenstein “is conflicted,” said Toensing, “because he was the U.S. attorney who oversaw the case involving my client.”
Toensing added that she has “asked an oversight committee to pursue the release” of the NDA so her client may testify before Congress about what he knows.
By lifting the gag order, Sessions might have to explain the real reasons behind his recusal and why people who knew of actual collusion between Russia and the Clintons were silent,
Only to reappear to investigate and pursue prosecution of nonexistent collusion between Russia and Team Trump.
He might have to explain why Mueller, McCabe, Rosenstein, and others were allowed to hide the truth from the American people and why they should not be summarily fired.
As Grassley notes, neither Sessions or anyone in the Justice Department has the authority to block the informant from testifying before Congress or issue non-disclosure agreements to thwart Congressional oversight:
“The Executive Branch does not have the authority to use non-disclosure agreements to avoid Congressional scrutiny,” Grassley wrote.
“If the FBI is allowed to contract itself out of Congressional oversight, it would seriously undermine our Constitutional system of checks and balances. The Justice Department needs to work with the Committee to ensure that witnesses are free to speak without fear, intimidation or retaliation from law enforcement.”
Again, perhaps the reluctance of Jeff Sessions stems from the web of deceit and complicity that ensnares many in the FBI and the Justice Department. As Fox News analyst Gregg Jarrett notes on the Uranium One scandal:
It seems it was all covered up for years by the same three people who are now involved in the investigation of President Donald Trump over so-called Russian “collusion.”…
But why has there been no prosecution of Clinton? Why did the FBI and the Department of Justice during the Obama administration keep the evidence secret?
Was it concealed to prevent a scandal that would poison Barack Obama’s presidency? Was Hillary Clinton being protected in her quest to succeed him?
The answer may lie with the people who were in charge of the investigation and who knew of its explosive impact. Who are they?
Eric Holder was the Attorney General when the FBI began uncovering the Russian corruption scheme in 2009.
Since the FBI reports to him, he surely knew what the bureau had uncovered.
What’s more, Holder was a member of the “Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States” which approved the uranium sale to the Russians in 2010.
Since the vote was unanimous, it appears Holder knowingly and deliberately countenanced a deal that was based on illegal activities and which gave Moscow control of more than 20 percent of America’s uranium assets.
It gets worse.
See the entire article below.