Jeff Sessions Just Made a Major Move in Obamagate Investigation

Well, well, well… it looks like Jeff Sessions is finally getting into the game and the American people might, at long last, be getting some answers to all of the corruption that took place during the Obama administration.

Sessions tapped lead U.S. prosecutor in the Northern District of Illinois, John Lausch, to coordinate the gathering and distribution of DOJ and FBI documents to the House Judiciary Committee.

The Conservative Treehouse reports that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered Lausch to vet, recheck, verify and review all documents pertaining to a cornucopia of corruption during the eight years of Obama. These cases include:

  • Clinton email sandal
  • unlawful and coordinated media leaks
  • false testimonies to FBI, congress and to IG
  • manipulation of FBI 302 reports
  • the willful corruption by AD-Andrew McCabe, D-Comey, Lisa Page, Peter Strzok, Bruce Ohr
  • issues with the FISA court
  • false presentations

The Treehouse comments that the actions of Obama’s DOJ and FBI were nothing less than subversive.

“You can call it a soft-coup, or you can call it politicization of the DOJ and FBI, but the end result is the same,” writes the Tree House, “– the intentional effort to manipulate, influence, and ultimately subvert an election for the presidency of the United States.”

It is expected that the complex investigation will release reports in stages, with the first one rumored to be due imminently.

What do you think? Is Lausch a good addition to the Trump team?

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