Senate Judiciary Chair Lindsey Graham Calls For New Special Counsel to Investigate FISA Abuses, Russiagate (VIDEO)

Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) called for a new special counsel to investigate Russiagate during a press conference on Monday.

Senator Graham gave a presser on Monday to answer questions about Mueller’s report and to talk about Attorney General Bill Barr’s next steps to release portions of the report.

Graham is scheduled to meet with AG Bill Barr right after his press conference.

“What I want to do is see if he’ll appoint a special counsel,” Graham said in response to a reporter asking about his upcoming meeting with Barr.


“I’d like to find somebody like a Mr. Mueller that can look into what happened with the FISA warrant, what happened with the counter-intelligence investigation…”

“By any reasonable standard, Mr. Mueller thoroughly investigated the Trump campaign. You cannot say that about the other side of the story and what I hope Mr. Barr will do is understand for the country’s sake, appoint somebody outside the current to look into these allegations.”


Lindsey Graham has been very clear that he will be investigating FISA abuses and the attempted coup by Obama’s FBI and DOJ.

Graham sent a letter to Attorney General Bill Barr last Friday requesting documents related to discussions between FBI and DOJ top brass about removing President Trump via the 25th Amendment.

The evidence is overwhelming now that the FBI knew prior to obtaining a FISA warrant and 3 subsequent renewals on Trump campaign advisor Carter Page, that the Russia dossier was biased and funded by Hillary Clinton and the DNC.

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