Attorney General Bill Barr told a Senate subcommittee today that he believes the FBI may have conducted unauthorized surveillance of the Trump campaign before the 2016 election and he plans to investigate.
Former Attorney General under then-President Obama, Eric Holder, vouched for the FBI and DOJ’s actions before the election:
When there is a predicate, a legitimate basis, it’s called “investigating” not “spying”. I am confident that the people at DOJ/FBI conducted themselves in an appropriate way. No evidence to suggest otherwise. https://t.co/15QDByxKgM
— Eric Holder (@EricHolder) April 10, 2019
The first AG found in contempt of Congress says whaaat? For some reason, that’s not going to be enough to satisfy a lot of people.
What was the predicate, Mr. Only AG Ever To Be Held In Contempt of Congress?
— JG (@jgiambrone22) April 10, 2019
Says the guy who was held in contempt of Congress and scrambled to HIDE behind Executive Privilege.
— TBone (@BozoBrizo) April 10, 2019
Hold on there Mr. Fast And Furious. Get ready for some more "investigating." https://t.co/scLTyYHRx7
— Sunny Flowers (@850Sunny) April 10, 2019
Pass the popcorn.
Everybody is waiting for the. "legitimate basis" part.
Running against a democrat is the only basis presented at this point.
This guy sounds worried.
— Ryan ??????#maga (@ryanHovetRyan) April 10, 2019
Wonder who all is nervous they will be "investigated" by the current DOJ…. https://t.co/ZoFr4n8iXX
— Kilimanjaro (@Kidmanlookalike) April 10, 2019
This is starting to get good.
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