Over the past few weeks, the FBI has been exposed after it was confirmed that multiple members of White House Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation were Democrat operatives who had a bias against President Donald Trump.
Despite the fact that the FBI has been caught literally conspiring against the president, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has done very little to stop them. Now, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has finally had enough and is calling out Sessions for not taking action.
Mad World News reported that it’s been confirmed that FBI agents have been manipulating investigations to Hillary Clinton aids with shady business, effectively allowing Democrats to continue breaking the law while they focus all their energy on taking down Trump. While appearing on “Fox & Friends” on Saturday, Huckabee said argued that without a prosecution against Huma Abedin, “we’re all going to lose patience with the attorney general.”
Huckabee stated that if Abedin is not prosecuted, “I think we’re all going to lose patience with the attorney general. I love Jeff Sessions. I think he’s a great guy. But he’s got to do the job that he’s there to do, and that’s to universally enforce the law. And when I say universally, without regard to who a person is, if they’re the highest person in the land, or if they are the lowest person in the land.”
Huckabee went on to mention Lois Lerner, Bruce Ohr, Peter Strzok, and Lisa Page as people who should be held accountable as well.
Strzok was a top member of Mueller’s investigative team before it was revealed that he had been exchanging anti-Trump texts with his mistress Lisa Page, an FBI lawyer who was also involved in the investigation. Ohr was demoted from his position at the Department of Justice after it was revealed that his wife had been hired to probe Trump for opposition research firm Fusion GPS.
Lerner has yet to be held accountable for going after conservative groups during her time as head of the IRS.
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