Trump's Turn

Trump’s Turn: Rebels Fear Post-Mortem Probes

It’s President Donald Trump’s turn, Senator Lindsey Graham insists. Now that the Senate Impeachment farce is dead, various watchdog committees will be taking a hard look at all the deep state corruption that brought it to life in the first place. At least three “post-mortem” investigations are planned. Republicans, Graham promises, are “going to get to the bottom of all of this to make sure this never happens again.”

President Trump’s turn to demand some answers

On Sunday, Senator Lindsey Graham told Maria Bartiromo on Fox that three separate investigations are on the horizon, now that the attempted plot to overthrow the President has been squashed, Republicans are turning the tables. “Senate Intel will deal with the whistleblower, Foreign Relations committee will deal with Joe Biden’s conflict of interest, the Judiciary Committee will deal with all things FISA.”

Graham confirms that Republicans want to know “how all this crap started.” He promises, “we’re going to get to the bottom of this.” Adam Schiff and his cronies were “impeaching the president for suspension of aid that was eventually received, trying to leverage an investigation that never happened,” the South Carolina Republican notes. “This is ridiculous.”

Long before that, even before President Trump was elected, the Federal Bureau of Instigation “weaponized” the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court. They fraudulently and illegally obtained wiretap warrants against low-level Trump campaign adviser Carter Page and used them to gather sensitive campaign information from anyone that was swept up in their net.

Intelligence hearing to expose the whistleblower

For over a year, the committee chairman, Richard Burr, wanted to call the infamous “whistleblower” on the witness stand, but fellow Republicans dragged their feet. Now that the impeachment is over, they don’t have any excuse not to, which Graham spelled out to them. “Let me tell Republicans out there. You should expect us to do this.” They owe it to the public.

“If the whistleblower is a former employee of — associate of Joe Biden, I think that would be important. If the whistleblower was working with people on Schiff’s staff that wanted to take Trump down a year-and-a-half ago, I think that would be important. If the Schiff staff people helped write the complaint, that would be important.” Democrats wouldn’t hesitate for a second. “If the shoe were on the other foot, Democrats would be eating us alive.”

Democrat lawmaker Adam Schiff, has been accused of “complicity” with the whistleblower because the rat “met with a House Intelligence Committee aide seeking guidance before filing the complaint.” Also, Schiff “recruited two former National Security Council aides who worked alongside the CIA official some believe to be the whistleblower.” Then there are the rumors that the whistleblower is dating Schiff’s daughter.

Foreign Relations will investigate Bidens

Nancy Pelosi has been threatening to call John Bolton on a witness stand and if she does, Graham promises he’ll turn right around and start hauling in State Department officials. He can’t wait to “ask them why didn’t you do something about the obvious conflict of interest Joe Biden had?” Graham “can prove beyond any doubt that Joe Biden’s effort in the Ukraine to root out corruption was undercut because he let his son sit on the board of the most corrupt company in the Ukraine.” There’s no way Republicans will “give him a pass on that.”

Biden was the laughingstock of the Ukraine. “when Joe Biden got before the Ukrainian parliament talking about sweetheart deals, and reforming the energy sector, I can only imagine how they were laughing under their breath. What about your son, Vice President Biden, sitting on the most corrupt board in Ukraine, Burisma, receiving $3 million dollars.”

Graham want’s to know, “why the Obama administration did nothing about this obvious conflict of interest.” Either, “Joe Biden should have given up the Ukrainian portfolio or Hunter Biden should have been taken off the board.”

Next up on the witness stand will be Jon Finer. John Kerry’s former chief of staff “was told about the conflict of interest with Hunter Biden being on Burisma’s board early on.” Chris Heinz, “the stepson of John Kerry was a business partner of Hunter Biden and Devon Archer.” He wouldn’t have anything to do with the scheme. “he told the State Department, ‘I’m not part of this deal. I don’t think it is right.'” Also, “George Kent told the State Department it would be a conflict for Hunter Biden to be on the Burisma board.”

Graham will handle ‘all Things FISA’

Lindsey Graham chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee and is chomping at the bit to probe FISA abuse.

“When it comes to FISA, I’m going to call Rosenstein, Sally Yates, McCabe and Comey to find out how a warrant was issued against Carter Page on four different occasions without an adequate foundation and find out how — how the Department of Justice and the FBI became so out of bounds when it came to Trump.”

Every day, it looks more and more like Hillary Clinton paid for the ammo the deep state FBI used to shoot Carter Page with. They wanted to catch President Trump in a “hurricane” of crossfire.

The Department of Justice “used false information, misrepresentations and other misconduct to direct the power of the international intelligence apparatus and the media industry against a private individual, Plaintiff Carter Page, to further their political agenda,” Page’s lawyers write.

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