Written by February 12, 2020–
Now that the impeachment mess is out of the way, it’s time to finally take action against everyone behind the entire scheme and President Trump and his team is going to now be relentless in their pursuit of justice.
This has gone on long enough and the President has been very patient with Democrats. But now their relentless pursuit of removing him from office is going to have some consequences.
Attorney General William Barr, Senator Lindsey Graham, and Rudy Giuliani are going to go hard at the everyone involved now that they can focus on it again.
Senator Lindsey Graham told Jeanine Pirro that, “Half of the people behind the Russia investigation are going to jail.”
Pirro then said, “Hopefully.” Then Graham responded, “Well, just hang tight.”
Even the man who first sourced Eric Ciaramella as the supposed whistleblower, Greg Rubini said that he knows who the first two to be arrested are going to be. He claims it will be Peter Strzok and Andrew McCabe. He even believes that both will be arrested this week!
On top of all of this, the Department of Justice has also established a process to review the information on Joe Biden and Hunter Biden and their connections to Ukraine.
According to The Daily Wire,
United States Attorney General William Barr confirmed on Monday that the Department of Justice (DOJ) has established an intake process to review information on 2020 Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, regarding their dealings in Ukraine.
“General Barr, Senator Graham says that Rudy Giuliani will be providing the Department information related to the Ukraine and the Bidens,” a reporter said to Barr during a news conference. “What is the process for receiving this information? Who will evaluate it? And is this something that you feel you need to recuse yourself from?”
“As I’ve previously said, the DOJ has the obligation to have an open door to anybody who wishes to provide us information that they think is relevant, but as I did say to Senator Graham, we have to be very careful with respect to any information coming from Ukraine,” Barr responded. “There are a lot of agendas in Ukraine, there are a lot of cross currents, and we can’t take anything we receive from Ukraine at face value.”
Barr added, “And for that reason, we had established an intake process in the field so that any information coming in about Ukraine could be carefully scrutinized by the department and its intelligence community partners so that we could asses its provenance and its credibility and that is true for all information that comes to the department relating to Ukraine, including anything Mr. Giuliani might provide.”