Friday, February 09, 2018

Intel Committee May Summons Chief Justice Roberts On FBI / DOJ Corruption

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Rep. Devin Nunes, chair of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, may invite Chief Justice John Roberts to testify before the committee on the email, FBI, DOJ, Clinton---and now Obama fiasco.

And now an insider has told three committees that Moscow "routed millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation."


Rep. Nunes (R-Cal.) says his committee has entertained the idea of inviting Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts to interview with them because Roberts appoints all FISA judges.

He told Hugh Hewitt yesterday that although they have discussed it, no decision has been made yet.

Hewitt asked if Nunes or anyone from the committee has spoken to Roberts about the possibility. Nunes indicated they had not---yet.

He said, "This is something that we've been grappling with all through this investigation. We decided that we wanted to complete the FISA abuse portion before we approached the Court.

Nunes told Hewitt, "We have many laws that have been broken. But they need to be proven. So Congress is an oversight body. We have no way to go prosecute, right? We can make a criminal referral"...explaining how their experience has been that referrals get buried in the DOJ and they---our elected officials ---have to fight to get them back.

The Hill published a well-researched and well-documented story yesterday in which they followed the money regarding the Uranium One controversy.

They are reporting that "an FBI informant connected to the Uranium One controversy told three congressional committees in a written statement that Moscow routed millions of dollars to America with the expectation it would be used to benefit Bill Clinton's charitable efforts..."

You will recall that deal involved a transfer of 20% of the United States' uranium resources to Russia---a deal that required the Secretary of State to approve. Hillary was the Secretary of State.

The informant, Douglas Campbell, says in writing that "Russian nuclear officials 'told me at various times that they expected APCO [the facilitating company] to apply a portion of the $3 million annual lobbying fee it was receiving from the Russians to provide in-kind support for the Clinton's Global Initiative," which was hardly more than a personal slush fund for the Clinton family. It was so bad they quickly closed it when the Uranium deal became public.

Now the public is learning more.

Campbell says the APCO "contract called for four payments of $750,000 over 12 months" to the Clinton organization.

Yesterday, Democrats began a relentless attack on Campbell and his personal credibility, claiming the FBI did not trust him, although they hired him to do undercover work for them.

He says not true, "FBI handlers praised my work and on various occasions, details from my undercover probe were briefed to top FBI officials. And on two occasions my handlers were particularly excited, claiming that my undercover work had been briefed to President Obama as part of his daily presidential briefing."

He and others say the FBI did indeed trust him and his work. When he completed his assignment, the FBI gave him a $50,000 check.

Campbell says, "I was frustrated watching the US government make numerous decisions benefiting Russian controlled companies. He says one day he asked an agent about it wondering how this was being allowed.

He says the agent responded, "Ask your politics."

Yesterday, when Hugh Hewitt asked Rep. Devin Nunes if he thought we needed another special investigator, Nunes responded..."If Sessions isn't going to put a prosecutor to prosecute all these potential crimes that we've discovered, and if Justice and FBI, you know, you have the question as can they investigate themselves. You know, who watches the watchmen? And so..."

Good question.

Thomas Jefferson answered it:

Who will govern the governors? There is only one force in the nation that can be depended upon to keep the government pure and the governors honest, and that is the people themselves. They alone, if well informed, are capable of preventing the corruption of power, and of restoring the nation to its rightful course if it should go astray. They alone are the safest depository of the ultimate powers of government.

God has also spoken to this issue:

And you shall not take a bribe, for a bribe blinds the clear-sighted and subverts the cause of the just (Exodus 23:8).

Be Informed. Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Faithful. Be Prayerful.


3 comments:

  1. This Uranium deal reminds me of somebody selling merchandise out the back door of a big box store, but now all this Russian collusion to take over the whole management of the store?

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  2. If somebody in Moscow wants to give to charity work, there are so many charities in the world to choose from, seems to me.

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  3. Our constitution has been so often subverted. There is a money swamp to drain. Congress needs to make laws against money swamping.

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