in the vicinityVideoSen. Lindsey Graham says state attorney General Bill Barr’s summary is supported by the Müller-report
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S. C., is said to have met on Thursday, Democrats in the Congress, “Oliver-Stone” approach, the Müller report. This, after attorney General William Barr said earlier this week that the special counsel was able to determine that the Trump campaign was in cooperation with Russian officials to influence the elections of 2016.
“Do you really believe that Bill Barr would not support us with a summary of the main findings and it is confirmed by the report?” Graham asked during an appearance on Fox News’ “your world with Neil Cavuto.” “Give me a break. I mean, this whole Oliver Stone approach to the Miller-report from the Democrats is getting a bit old.”
Graham reserved special criticism for the house Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., comparing him to a character played by Kevin Costner in stone, the conspiracy-minded in 1991 film “JFK.”
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“He’s the Jim Garrison figure, in search of someone who actually assassinated President Kennedy,” Grahm said ship. “This is getting a bit ridiculous. He told us over and over again he knows that it is the consultation, he already has a proof of that. Well, Mr Müller undercut narrative. So, Adam Schiff has made a decision about his political future. He wants to be the guy who won ‘ T you let it go, if the authority has closed the investigation, Mr. Miller, that there was no collusion?”
Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee, urged the ship to step down from his chairmanship in a letter made public on Thursday.
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President Trump said on Thursday, the ship had “knowledge for two years knowingly to lie and to lick.” And on Wednesday night, Trump called the ship “is a disgrace to our country” in an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity.
Graham also explained his call for Barr to name, to look a second special counsel, to alleged human rights violations to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) at the beginning of the Russia-investigation.
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“Republicans believe that the FBI and DOJ – are the top people took the law into their own hands because they wanted to win Clinton and to lose a trump,” he told Cavuto. “You know, there’s a lot of suspicion, there are a lot of direct evidence, I think, of bias. We have someone, such as a Miller to look at the other side of the story.”
The senator said he wants to know, to monitor what is the role of the unaudited and voluptuous Steele dossier played in securing a warrant, the communication of the trump campaign, a foreign policy adviser to the Carter page.
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“How could the system allow a dossier has been prepared by a foreign agent and paid for by the Democratic party — and this is unconfirmed until today — to be used on four different occasions to get a warrant against an American citizen?” Graham asked. “And the evidence is pretty clear for me, without the dossier, which would justify, were not issued. This should bother every American that the system is so out of joint.”
Graham said: “counterintelligence investigations are designed to protect the target of foreign influence. If you thought that [Sen.] Dianne Feinstein [D-Calif.] someone in your office had and works for the Chinese, they told her about it and fired him.
“Why didn’t you go to Trump and say, ‘Hey, we are concerned about some of the people in your campaign,'” he continued. “This is really disturbing, so I would like to go to the ground.”