Loretta Lynch Allowed Russian Agent to Enter US to Meet Trump Jr. So She Could Spy on Trump (Video)

Loretta Lynch Allowed Russian Agent to Enter US to Meet Trump Jr. So She Could Spy on Trump (Video)

The calls for Sessions to investigate the corruption surrounding Hillary Clinton and James Comey are growing louder.

Three US lawmakers joined Lou Dobbs on Monday to discuss the corruption that took place in the Department of Justice Department under Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

Rep. Andy Biggs, Rep. Matt Gaetz, and Rep. Louie Gohmert, called on Attorney General Sessions to investigate the glaring Clinton crimes.

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GP reports:

The disgruntled Republican lawmakers are beginning to voice the same displeasure over the inaction of Attorney General Jeff Sessions as many conservatives have for months.

GOP Congressmen Jim Jordan and Matt Gaertz called on Sessions to probe the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton private email use or resign.

Louie Gohmert told Lou Dobbs the Obama DOJ helped set up the meeting with Trump Jr. in order to investigate the Trump Campaign.

Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert: Don’t forget Loretta Lynch is the one who had to specially approve the Russian agent coming into this country when she didn’t have a visa so she could have a meeting with Donald Trump Jr., setting him up! So they could then say oh look Donald Trump Jr. is meeting with this Russian agent so now we need warrants to wiretap these people.

Via Lou Dobbs Tonight:


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