In April the inept and corrupt Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that he was not going to create a special counsel to investigate the Mueller investigation despite calls from Republicans in the House to do so. Instead, AG Sessions stated that he was going to ask an Obama appointee to look into the situation.
We knew then that Sessions was balking and doing all he could to prevent justice in his Justice Department and now there’s proof.
CNN first reported that John Huber, the federal prosecutor in Utah, has been investigating Republicans’ allegations that the FBI abused a surveillance program against a former Trump campaign adviser. Huber was reportedly looking at whether the FBI should have more thoroughly probed Hillary Clinton‘s ties to Uranium One, a Russian nuclear energy agency.
Reacting to the news, Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton called Sessions’ announcement a “major fail,” by the Justice Department.
“Major fail from DOJ! AG Sessions writes he tasked a lawyer to investigate whether to investigate the Clinton/Obama abuses! No wonder @RealDonaldTrump is frustrated,” Fitton tweeted.
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) March 29, 2018
In April, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) and Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) called for a second special counsel to investigate FISA abuse committed by the FBI and DOJ.
We learned this past week that the Huber team has not yet interviewed the corrupt and demoted DOJ leader Bruce Ohr or his wife, Nellie Ohr, who worked for Fusion GPS in the creation of the fake Trump – Russia dossier.
Overnight we learned that the fake Huber investigation which was supposed to be looking into the corrupt Clinton Foundation scandal involving Uranium One has not yet interviewed the main whistle blower in the case, Doug Campbell.
Shame on @TheJusticeDept. AG appointed @USAttyHuber 9 months ago to look into #UraniumOne and #FISA false application. Huber has not interviewed Ohrs. Huber has not interviewed my client Doug Campbell, the FBI undercover informant for Uranium One. #maga
— Victoria Toensing (@VicToensing) August 31, 2018