Ever since Attorney General Sessions took office he has been bombarded with controversy. Thus, it is not surprising it has followed him all the way to his actual position.
Sessions told conservative talk show host and radio pundit Hugh Hewitt that he is in the process of considering a bipartisan and specially appointed council to investigate the practice of the Department of Justice under the Obama administration.
Both Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch were high profile officials there during the previous administration. Holder resigned after perjuring himself in court. Lynch met with Bill Clinton while she was investigating his wife. Clearly, there is a lot to investigate.
Sessions told Hewitt the following,
“Well, I’m going to do everything I possibly can to restore the independence and professionalism of the Department of Justice. So we’ll have to consider whether or not some outside counsel is needed. Generally, a good review of that internally is the first step before any such decision is made.”
Considering the contentious relationship between the Obama administration and the current administration the President would likely support any such investigation should it actually occur. Especially in light of accusations by Trump’s inner circle that President Obama wiretapped him while on the campaign trail last year.
Liberals have been going crazy asking for a special investigation into Donald Trump’s ties to Russia and his surrogates like Jeff Sessions, Rex Tillerson, and Michael Flynn. Well, it appears they might just get an investigation that isn’t independent and bipartisan after all. Just not the one they were looking or hoping for. Beggars can’t be choosers.
One way or another this new administration is going to get to the bottom of all of his corruption. Whether it is current or in the past. By the time these four years are up they will no doubt hold people accountable who broke the law under Obama.
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