Jeff Sessions is in big trouble.
The embattled Attorney General is at the center of a controversy surrounding the FBI’s cover up of the Deep State conspiracy against the President.
And Devin Nunes revealed there is one piece of paper that could end Sessions career.
Nunes is outraged that the FBI continues to stonewall the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation into the Bureau’s spying on the Trump campaign.
The Chairman revealed he sent a letter to Attorney General Sessions demanding the DOJ and FBI turn over documents.
Nunes’ letter has gone unanswered.
But he isn’t taking no for an answer.
Nunes then stated he was preparing to hold Sessions in contempt of Congress for their failure to comply with Congresses Article I oversight powers.
Fox News reports:
“House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes is going to push Congress to hold Attorney General Jeff Sessions in contempt of Congress.
The Californian Republican’s committee has been looking into allegations that the Justice Department and the FBI abused the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in their scrutiny of the Trump campaign.
“On Thursday we discovered that they are not going to comply with our subpoena,” Nunes said on “Fox and Friends,” adding, “The only thing left to do is we have to move quickly to hold the attorney general of the United States in contempt and that is what I will press for this week.”
Two weeks ago, Nunes sent to Sessions a classified letter, which he said was not acknowledged, and then he sent a subpoena.”
The Justice Department claims it has followed through on the document requests Nunes outlined in his subpoena, but this level of confusion is unacceptable.
Beginning with his outrageous decision to recuse himself from the Russia investigation – which led to the Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointing Robert Mueller – Sessions has many Trump supporters wondering if his loyalty is to the administration or the Deep State.
Sessions also refuses to lay down the law with Rosenstein who compared Congress exercising its lawful oversight authority as “extortion.”
While Sessions has done an outstanding job implementing Donald Trump’s America First immigration agenda, his performance in the Russia probe has been pathetic.
Instead of standing up to the Deep State and working to fight back against this blatant attempt to frame the President for a crime, Sessions has rolled over and allowed this conspiracy to run amok.
Now Devin Nunes – who has been crusading against the scheme by Obama loyalists and Deep State embeds to sabotage President Trump – is saying Sessions may very well face a contempt of Congress vote for his failure to follow the rule of law.
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