We are on the verge of a huge political explosion

[VIDEO] There is a political explosion coming and there will be many heads exploding along with it. This explosion is not going to involve the President or his staff. The mainstream media and the shadow government are going to be laid waste by what is coming down the pike. In this previous interview, Attorney General Jeff Sessions gave a huge hint as to what was coming. That is all tied together in this neat little article.

As Written and Reported By Thomas Lifson for the American Thinker:

We are on the verge of a huge political explosion.  While there have been calls for a special counsel to investigate the DOJ and FBI scandals, and many conservatives have been outraged at the seeming passivity of “Gentleman Jeff” Sessions (aka Sessionzzz in some quarters), it now is clear (as I have already figured) that a grand jury far outside the Beltway already is hearing evidence dug up by DOJ inspector general Michael Horowitz, whose report is now believed to be coming in April.  Following release of that report, expect heads to explode all over the media, all over the Deep State, and among NeverTrumps.

The first hint that the wheels of justice already are turning came on March 7, when A.G. Sessions revealed to Shannon Bream:

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 members sent to us; and we’re conducting that investigation.

When a federal prosecutor digs into an investigation, a grand jury is impaneled to issue subpoenas and hear testimony.  And yesterday, in a response to a subpoena from House Judiciary Committee chairman Robert Goodlatte, the DOJ ……


Bombshell reveal: A grand jury already is hearing evidence on DOJ and FBI scandals


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