Finally, after seeing years and years of dishonesty covered up, some common sense is seeping into Washington.
On Wednesday, 11 Republican members of Congress sent Attorney General Jeff Sessions a letter demanding an investigation into several individuals, including James Comey and Hillary Clinton.
The 11 members of Congress have accused the individuals or agencies of “potential violation(s) of federal statutes.”
They also specifically state “those in positions of high authority should be treated the same as every other American,” something that is surely lacking in our country today.
Comey is being called out for his handling of the Hillary Clinton investigation.
In addition, the Representatives are questioning his motives and conduct as it relates to the Trump/Russia investigation.
Mrs. Clinton is mentioned for her campaign’s involvement as it relates to the Steele dossier.
Since it is illegal to enlist a foreign agent for opposition research, Clinton is guilty of campaign violations.
According to the letter, Lynch threatened “reprisal of the former FBI informant who tried to come forward in 2016 with insight into the Uranium One deal.”
Both Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the DOJ Inspector General have accused McCabe of showing a “lack of candor” on several occasions under oath.
In other words, he lied.
FBI Agent Peter Strzok and Counsel Lisa Page
Both are accused of interfering in the Hillary Clinton investigation.
This was publicized when their obviously biased tweets were made public.
The Department of Justice and Members of the FBI
Several high-ranking members of these organizations, including Comey and McCabe, are accused of presenting misleading information regarding the Steele dossier used to secure FISA warrants.
While Democrats will no doubt start crying about conspiracy theories, all of these accusations are based on facts that have already been proven.
If Sessions and his Department of Justice have any integrity at all, they will grant the investigation called for in this letter from our Representatives.