Lindsey Graham asks AG Barr to declassify DOJ files on Russia probe

It is about time the American people know the truth.

As such, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) has written a letter to Attorney General William Barr asking him to declassify documents related to the Russia probe, according to The Hill.

Getting Some Answers

It seems like every day, Democrats open a new investigation into President Trump.

Well, Graham is hoping he can level the playing field with this request. Democrats will probably try to block this declassification from happening, and for good reason.

If these documents are made public, there is little doubt that they will be very damaging to both Hillary Clinton and the entire Democrat party, especially the DNC itself.

We already know they were involved in the Russian collusion narrative, but just how deep does this conspiracy actually go?

Considering both the DNC and Hillary’s campaign ponied up funds to pay for the Steele dossier, there is little doubt in anyone’s mind that their involvement was far deeper.

DOJ and FBI Involvement

In addition to the role played by Democrats, Graham wants to expose the actions by the employees in the Department of Justice and the FBI.

Just how many rules did FBI Director James Comey break in getting the ball rolling on this investigation? What were the actions of rogue agency actors Peter Strzok and Lisa Page that have yet to be uncovered? How much deeper in these departments did this coup go and what more is there to learn?

So far, Comey has been able to walk through a minefield without setting anything off. Even though he was not indicted after the DOJ inspector general’s report, the findings themselves were less than flattering regarding Comey’s actions during the investigation.

The DOJ has several other probes currently underway, and many legal experts believe the results of those investigations could be far more troublesome for Comey.

While our Justice Department has shown reluctance to go after former high-profile DOJ employees and politicians, Barr may have no other option but to indict if the evidence is as damning as these experts believe it will be.

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