AG Jeff Session​ May Review ​Hillary’s Email Case ​And Asks Deputy AG Rosenstein ​to Participate — But Rosenstein May Be Compromised

US Representatives Matt Gaetz, Louie Gohmert, and Andy Biggs called on Attorney General Sessions to investigate Clinton’s email crimes and Loretta Lynch’s role in helping to bring a Russian lawyer into the US to set up Trump Jr. to make it look like Russian collusion.  Sessions agreed to review the case with the help of Rod Rosenstein, his Deputy AG — but Rosenstein is a witness to those crimes and may, himself, be compromised.  [It is not likely that a meaningful investigation will ensue.] -GEG

Three US lawmakers went on with Lou Dobbs on Monday to discuss the corruption in the Department of Justice Department under Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

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

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.

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

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

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