RINO Senator Says He Will NOT Call Obama to Testify in Obamagate Scandal
At first thought, you may be thinking I’m referring to Mitt Romney when I mention a RINO (Republican in Name Only) Senator, but you would be wrong. There is actually more than one in the Senate.
The one I’m referring to is Senator of South Carolina Lindsey Graham. While he’s not nearly as bad at Mitt Romney is, he still isn’t one who can really be trusted.
With all of the details that we’re learning about the Russian hoax and spying AKA Obamagate, one would think that it’s time to question former President Barack Obama, but Graham, who is Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee says he’s not planning on doing it.
President Donald Trump’s aggressive campaign to encourage sweeping investigations of his predecessor Barack Obama met a unanimous response from Senate Republicans: No thanks.
Trump’s Senate allies on Monday stopped short of echoing Trump’s claim that Obama acted illegally when the Justice Department began probing incoming national security adviser Michael Flynn in late 2016. And they indicated that the Senate would pass on investigating the former president as they conduct their own investigations that could soon ensnare other senior Obama administration officials.
“I’m not anticipating calling President Obama,” said Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), whose panel is investigating the origins of the 2016 Russia investigation, even as he vowed to bring in former senior Obama administration officials as witnesses. Those ex-officials include former FBI Director James Comey and former acting Attorney General Sally Yates.
“I think the president’s got a real good reason to be upset with the Obama people,” Graham said.
To me, this just shows that Graham really has no interest in getting to the bottom of it. He’s probably in Obama’s pocket even. If you just take a step back and look at Graham compared to others like Barr, Jordan, Paul, Durham, and others who are actually trying to get to the bottom of everything, it’s clear that there is a difference between them.