It was only yesterday that the news exploded saying that Representative Trey Gowdy (R-SC) and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) “demanded” a second Special Counsel due to new information obtained regarding the Department of Justice. The request was made in the form of a letter and Attorney General Jeff Sessions seems to be giving the matter his full and undivided attention, as shown in the Conservative Treehouse.
That outlet has written that Judicial analyst and Fox News host, Shannon Bream has a very powerful and informative interview that is to air on Fox News tonight. Jake Gibson “is a Fox News producer,” and he has tweeted “Sessions on calls for second Special Counsel: I have appointed a person outside of Washington, many years in the Department of Justice, to look at all the allegations that the House Judiciary Committee send to us and we’re conducting that investigation.” The appointment has been made.
Chairman Bob Goodlatte, the Treehouse also reminds everyone, “is the congressional leader working closest with DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz.”
The fallout from all of this has the potential to rock D.C. to its very core. The move to have a second Special Counsel is not something that is heard of very often, yet Gowdy and Goodlatte stand by the call in light of what they have learned.
AG Jeff Sessions has a history of recusing himself just when justice is about to served to those who have done everything possible (and likely illegal) to harm and blemish the leadership of President Donald Trump. That means that many pundits are watching closely to see how this whole matter is handled by him.
Former F.B.I. Director James Comey is one of the people who have their names tied to list of 24 people who Inspector General Michael Horowitz did not have access to during prior investigations.
The most painful part about this is the fact all of this data is pointing a very damning finger at Democrats. In time, it is going to become known that the dossier (which has false data compiled by a former British spy) was used as a reason to allow investigations into the White House to happen.
Since the data within the dossier has no basis in reality, and there are a lot of people who seemed to have been fully aware of this when they rubber-stamped every move against Mr. Trump, it should never have been used for anything but birdcage lining.
Instead, anxious to override American’s votes, it was used as ammo against the Commander in Chief and just about everyone tied to him.
This matters a great deal since the president entered the Oval Office wanting to heal wounds with Russia and regain a state of renewed mutual trust. That became all but impossible to accomplish in large part due to this bothersome and highly fraudulent dossier.
Therefore, whatever errors Sessions has made in the past, everyone has to hope that he stops at nothing to bring all of this more fully into the open.