Congress Must Not Rule Out This Mans Role in The Russian Dossier Investigation

The story of the Russian Dossier attack on Donald Trump is really just now starting to become clear. All along it was clear that it was politically motivated. It was a hack job of the ugliest sort and was based on not a shred of evidence.

This is where James Comey, then Director of the FBI comes into the picture. Somebody gave Comey this information and he had to have investigated it for evidence. The fact that there is no evidence makes you question why he opened an investigation, to begin with. Is it that old Democrat ploy that the seriousness of the charge requires an investigation?

Everything that has come to light has put the Russian question right in the laps of the Democrats. They are now faced with more than one issue. The hiring of someone to do the dossier was not reported per rules of the Federal Elections Commission. Will there be some charges finally?

As Written By Dan Reihl for Breitbart:

Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) joined Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Raheem Kassam on Wednesday to discuss developments regarding the infamous Russian dossier, the House of Representatives set to vote Thursday on a Senate-passed budget, and moving forward on tax reform.

Regarding the dossier, DeSantis pointed to the media hypocrisy as to how the issue was reported prior to the discovery that Democrats were behind it versus now.

Also, DeSantis said, “I think now the question with the dossier is we know the funding, we know the democrats are knee deep in it, but what was the FBI’s role in this?”

“Yesterday, we announced two major investigations, ” he continued, “one into the Uranium One/Clinton Cash and that got most of the media but we also announced on the Judiciary and Oversight committee’s investigations into Comey’s handling of some of these cases, particularly the Clinton…..




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