PUBLISHED: 7:10 PM 26 Jul 2017
UPDATED: 7:59 PM 4 Aug 2017

Republicans Make Stand To Block Russia Investigation From Treasury

In a victory over propaganda, Jeb Hensarling, the Republican chair of the House Financial Services Committee rejected democrat attempts to examine Trump's finances.

In a victory over propaganda, Jeb Hensarling, the Republican chair of the House Financial Services Committee rejected democrat attempts to examine Trump's finances.

In a victory over propaganda, Jeb Hensarling, the Republican chair of the House Financial Services Committee rejected democrat attempts to examine Trump’s finances.

In the ongoing, lying saga that liberal propagandists have been perpetrating against President Trump, Republican legislators finally did something right. The Russia investigation was initiated by a leftist organization’s deliberate falsehoods. The dossier that supposedly showed Trump colluding with Russia was a calculated effort to place Hillary’s sins onto her opponent, and thereby deceive the American people.

In fact, left-leaning Jimmy Dore masterfully explains how the investigation was started and its purpose in less than three minutes to a stunned crowd of liberals. Essentially, leaked DNC emails show the entire intent, proving yet again that when democrats accuse their opponent of some nefarious behavior, they are ones guilty of it.

The latest attempt to derail the President’s truly effective job in Washington was developed by Representative Earl Perlmutter. He sought to use the “resolution of inquiry” bill to minutely examine Trump’s financial information looking for the imaginary Russia collusion. However Jeb Hensarling, the Republican chair of the House Financial Services Committee rejected the proposal. He said the panel would not be spending any time exploring Trump’s financial network.

Finally, a small victory for righteous truth in America.

The bill is a rarely used legislative tool that would have enabled Congress to request documents from the executive branch of the government. Yesterday, republicans in the committee voted against including the measure and the House is not expected to show further consideration of it.

The resolution asked for any records of loans or credit from a number of banks to Trump, his family members, and top White House and campaign advisers. Here’s an idea, why not investigate Hillary’s finances and connections to Russia? Those are actually real.

She sold 20 percent of America’s unrainum interests to Russia right before the campaign. She also has clear ties to the KGB.

Tired of the lying rhetoric, republicans finally blocked a democrat Russia smokescreen.

Tired of the lying rhetoric, republicans finally blocked a democrat Russia smokescreen.

Records show that Russia gradually assumed control of Uranium One in three separate transactions from 2009 to 2013. During that time cash in millions flowed to the Clinton Foundation, and the contributions were not publicly disclosed.

Mitt Romney said that the activity looked “like bribery.” He said, “I presume we might know for sure whether there was bribery or was not bribery if she hadn’t wiped out thousands of emails.” Romney added that “this is bigger than just her presidential campaign. I mean, this is a question about whether or not the United States Secretary of State was bribed to grease the sale of strategic assets to Russia.”

However, Hillary’s Kremlin connections go even deeper.

John Podesta, Chairman of Hillary’s presidential campaign sat on a Dutch-registered company that collected $35 million from the Soviet government. The company was discovered to be a Russian front for military espionage and Podesta failed to disclose his position there, as is required by law.

During her time as Secretary of State, Hillary encouraged and allowed a number of American and European companies to “invest” in Russian high-tech firms, particularly the Skolkova Innovation Center (like a Russian silicon valley).

Hillary has yet to answer any questions concerning her connections with Russian espionage.

Hillary has yet to answer any questions concerning her connections with Russian espionage.

The State Department, under her watch, allowed companies like Cisco, which pledged $1 billion in 2010, and Google and Intel to invest heavily in the tech sector. Interestingly, all three organizations also funded the Clinton Foundation. An in-depth report discovered that “Of the 28 U.S., European and Russian companies that participated in Skolkovo, 17 of them were Clinton Foundation donors.”

Of course, the Clinton Foundation refuses to disclose the billions its received, so there’s no way to know the exact amount of the pay offs. The problem with the deals is that Skolkova is essentially a state-operated enterprise funded by the Kremlin, which is “an overt alternative to clandestine industrial espionage.”

These and other treasonous activities on Cinton’s part have been ignored by Obama appointees and legislators. They’re more interested in spouting false conjuncture about Trump.

Hopefully, the House Committee will bring further end to the bogus attempts to discredit the President.

Hopefully, the House Committee will bring further end to the bogus attempts to discredit the President.

The leftist media outlets and democrats will not stop their investigation or their attempts to deceive the American public. They believe that voters are idiots, who can’t read or learn for themselves. Ideally, the media arm of the leftist agenda believes that if something is said enough times, it will eventually become part of the public conscious.

Given the overwhelming amount of proof concerning Hillary’s real collusion with Russia, the committee’s decision to drop the financial investigation of Trump is one of the only logical acts they’ve yet to do.

The bill was rejected amid democrat screeching and media outrage. However, Americans have come to recognize those symptoms as a government healing process.

Sure, there’s going to be pain when the people intent on destroying liberty are cut away like the tumorous cancer they are, but that’s good news for ensuring that the patient (The United States Republic) will eventually survive.