Sen. Graham Blocks Releasing The Mueller Report

Scarlett: Sir, you are no gentleman.
Rhett Butler: And you, Miss, are no lady.

By an overwhelming margin, the House passed a non-binding resolution Thursday that calls upon the Justice Department to release Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report to the public. The margin was 420-0.

Four members voted “present,” including witness-tampering enthusiast Rep. Matt Gaetz.

But that’s not where thing get interesting. You see, Senatorette Lindsey Graham is blocking the Senate from voting on this because, well, this:

“But Graham, a close ally of Trump’s who chairs the Judiciary Committee, objected after Schumer refused to amend the House-passed resolution to include a provision calling on the Justice Department (DOJ) to appoint a special counsel to investigate DOJ misconduct in the handling of the investigation into 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton‘s email use and the Carter Page Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act applications.

“Graham stressed that he supported Mueller’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election, and predicted that it would wrap up shortly. But he added that he had been “trying to find balance” by also supporting an investigation into Clinton-related scandals. “


I can’t even.

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3 Responses to Sen. Graham Blocks Releasing The Mueller Report

  1. laura says:

    I CAN even. The Senatorette is compromised.
    He’s likely been Peckered for years.
    He’s been on the receiving end of campaign donations.
    Every accusation is a confession.
    There’s a reason he’s running interference, and it’s close to home…


  2. Sirius Lunacy says:

    We should totally concentrate on investigating the WINNER of the election and not waste time and money investigating the LOSER! So yeah, investigate Hillary.

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  3. MDavis says:

    “trying to find balance”. Oh, yeah, let’s both-sides the fukushima out of this.
    On the other hand, I would be all for an investigation that was actually looking into mishandling any and all Clinton investigations. That could turn up some really interesting connections and compromising info on the perpetrators.
    But this is like Bush’s “Clean Air Act”, isn’t it? That is to ensure no one prioritizes clean air above corporations’ wish lists, and this would be to make sure any mishandling of Clinton investigations is portrayed, falsely, as a failure to go far enough.


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