Lindsay Graham: What the public deserves to know about Clinton probe

I like what Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) said yesterday, as reported by Fox News:

“We’ve got to lance this boil.”

Kennedy said he’s not sure what the truth is on the matter, but it must be investigated to find out if a handful of “anti-Trump” individuals were acting based on politics.

He said he hopes Special Counsel Robert Mueller is looking into these matters and if not, then Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham should launch a probe.

“We’ve got to lance this boil. It’s OK to have political beliefs. This is America, but if you work for the FBI or Justice Department, you cannot act on them,” said Kennedy, who also lashed out at former FBI deputy Andrew McCabe.

“He acts like butter wouldn’t melt in his mouth. This guy is trying to sell a book. Everybody forgets he was fired for lying to the FBI and getting involved in politics. … These people have hurt, badly, the premier law enforcement agency in all of human history,” he said, adding that his criticism does not apply to 95 percent of FBI and DOJ employees.

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4 Responses to Lindsay Graham: What the public deserves to know about Clinton probe

  1. Menagerie says:

    Good interview, a lot of info in a short time, which is the only way I can digest it. I simply can’t sit through political posturing and interviewer arrogance to wait for the point. Also, I thought that Hannity was going to go all the way with no interruption but he just could not cross the finish line!

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  2. czarowniczy says:

    I believe that if it isn’t too late to do a Clinton investigation that it’s very close.

    Virtually nothing can get done in 2020 as the November election will be the primary focus, all attention goes there. The Clintons can use their formidable political and money powers to avoid anything threatening until November when the outcome of the election will determine their next course of action. In the meantime expect even more Trump investigation activity ahead of the Charlotte convention, especially from any RINO challengers.

    If Trump wins in November the composition of the House and Senate will determine who and what gets investigated after that but in all truth I’m seeing the Clintons skating on this and I’m betting it goes to that threat to the sitting polls about the Clintons exposing them.

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  3. czarowniczy says:

    To me the bottom line is that a primary branch of government we’re supposed to trust to uphold the Constitution and American law illegally conspired to unseat a lawfully elected US president…a coup by any definition. It’s a confirmation of all of those personal and Hollywood conspiracy theories, if nothing else it’s validated decades worth of paranoid conspiracy stories.

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  4. lovely says:

    I winder how much dirty laundry the turncoat dirty republicans are desperately trying to hide, so much so they are content even advocates for allowing the Clinton crimes to go unpunished.

    That must be some dirty laundry. So dirty that that squash faced, back stabbing, excrement Mitt Romney came out of his life of retirement to vouchsafe his legacy.

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