R3publicans: What is AG Jeff Sessions doing about the apparent corruption in the previous Obama Administration?

The veil of secrecy in the Attorney Generals Office makes people think that Jeff Sessions is sitting on his hands and nothing will ever get accomplished. The fact that it appears the previous administration was involved with the corruption of the FBI, DOJ, the apparent fake dossier, and that dossier being used to convince the FISA Court to allow the unmasking of the Trump Administration (i.e. Uncovering the collected NSA wiretapping information) complicates the effort. In order to not have his own efforts questioned it behooves the Attorney General to proceed in a manner that is without a doubt  fair and impartial. The following article describes how Attorney General Sessions may be constructing the organization to do just that.

Senator Jeff Sessions Confirms Prior Appointment of “DOJ Prosecutor” to Parallel IG Horowitz, NOT a Special Counsel…

Posted on March 8, 2018 by sundance.

There has been a great deal of consternation, directed toward AG Jeff Sessions surrounding the ongoing FISA abuse scandal and the larger issues of unlawful DOJ and FBI conduct in their political investigation of candidate Donald Trump. It is a matter of great division amid people who follow the details. That said, AG Jeff Sessions revealed tonight in an interview with Shannon Bream, that he previously appointed a DOJ official to investigate the issues delivered by Chairman Bob Goodlatte (House Judiciary), prior to receiving the request for a Special Counsel from Chairman Goodlatte and Trey Gowdy. WATCH:
Transcript @00:15 (emphasis mine) “Well, I have great respect for Mr. Gowdy and Chairman Goodlatte, and we are going to consider seriously their recommendations. 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. Also I am well aware we have a responsibility to insure the integrity of the FISA process, we’re not afraid to look at that. The inspector general, some think that our inspector general is not very strong; but he has almost 500 employers, employees, most of which are lawyers and prosecutors; and they are looking at the FISA process. We must make sure that it’s done properly, and we’re going to do that. And I’ll consider their request.”
Well, there you have it.  There is already an appointed person, likely a prosecutor, from “outside of Washington”, in place prior to the recent request for a Special Counsel by Goodlatte and Gowdy.   That was exactly what an objective analysis of the events previously outlined – and we previously noted. To continue reading go to The Conservative Treehouse summary via R3publican