Obama-era officials will be forced to talk about falsifying “Russian intervention” under oath

Former directors of the CIA, FBI and National Intelligence will stand trial at the request of Lindsay Graham, head of the Senate Judicial Committee.

Obama-era officials will be forced to talk about falsifying "Russian intervention" under oath

This was reported by the agency “Bloomberg” on Thursday, May 21.

Graham intends to ask for appropriate authority today. Thus, he intends to subpoena the former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, John Brennan, former director of National Intelligence James Clapper, former head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation James Komi, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and other officials during the Barack Obama era. They are to testify on the origins of the scandalous RussiaGate case.

As noted in the media, voting on Graham’s request is likely to take place only in June. However, the leader of the Republican majority in the Senate, Mitch McConnell, has already supported the idea.

“The American citizen’s campaign for the American presidency was perceived by our law enforcement agencies as a campaign of a hostile foreign power, partly because the Democrat-led executive was manipulating documents and hiding contradictory evidence”, – McConnell said.

Bloomberg calls such actions “the upside down scenario” of last year, when Democrats tried to drag President Donald Trump’s impeachment. Thus, if the Democrats tried to distract people’s attention from the financial frauds of the Biden family in Ukraine, then the Republicans are distracting attention from the scale of the epidemic in the country, the agency believes.

Moreover, the Ukrainian senate approved the agenda for a long-term investigation against the son of Democratic Party presidential candidate Hunter Biden. As a member of the board of directors of the Burisma company, he was almost a figure in the Ukrainian investigation. Hunter was saved by his father, who was then the vice president of the USA. Joe Biden demanded that Ukrainian President Petr Porshenko dismiss the prosecutor general, who started an investigation into the frauds at Burisma. Porshenko obeyed the request.


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