House Judiciary Committee member and former prosecutor Rep. Louie Gohmert slammed new FBI director Christopher Wray for being noncommittal about fixing the deeply-rooted corruption in his bureau.
Revelations continue to mount that the FBI — which re-imbursed some costs for the Christopher Steele dossier in order to help obtain a FISA warrant to surveil Trump Tower under false pretenses — interfered in the presidential election in a bid to stop now-President Trump.
“This is more like the end of the movie Animal House, where Wray is out there, the guy that is yelling ‘All is well,’ ‘All is well,’ as he’s being trampled by people running crazy and rioting,” Gohmert said Wednesday in a Fox Business interview.
“He [FBI Director] has got to decide: is he going to be part of the problem – that has got to be cleaned up— or is he going to continue to defend the problem as it was the problem? Or is he going to actually get in and help us fix things?,” Gohmert said.
“It doesn’t help to continually come out and talk about all the rank-and-file greatness of the FBI.”
“The problem was here in Washington,” Gohmert said.
Gohmert also dressed down Susan Rices’ comment that she did everything “by the book.” Rice famously unmasked Trump Team officials as part of the Deep State’s anti-Trump conspiracy.
“It’s what somebody who has not been doing things by the book says as they’re leaving office,” Gohmert said.
As Big League Politics reported, former FBI assistant director Jim Kallstrom said that fired FBI director James Comey and his fellow anti-President Trump conspirators are now vulnerable to numerous federal felony charges related to their use of a debunked dossier to obtain a FISA warrant on Trump.
“The facts speak for themselves. The applications speak for themselves. The fact that the court order was attained…I think there’s an awful lot more to come. I think this is just the opening round,” former FBI assistant director Jim Kallstrom said on Fox Business.
“I mean, it doesn’t even get into the unmaskings, Uranium One, just all of the other things. But this in itself is major federal felonies there. I mean, they lied to a federal judge, they perjured themselves. They presented false information knowingly to the court. These are all major federal felonies,” Kallstrom said.
“All the people that signed that, all the way up the line, are probably going to be, I would hope, the grand jury is going to look at that. That’s serious serious things they’ve done. It puts the whole system at great risk. IT’s just outrageous it really is, and the fact that the FBI has been blackened by what a few of these sycophants have done, these weaklings who couldn’t stand up to the political pressure of the Obama administration.”
“I think he’s exposed to numerous federal charges. Violation of the Federal Records Act. Perjury…Maybe even obstruction of justice,” Kallstrom said.
Second Former Andrew Cuomo Aide Accuses Disgraced Governor of Sexual Harassment
Cuomo has refused to resign.
A second former aide has accused beleaguered New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment, speaking the New York Times on Saturday.
Charlotte Bennett served as an executive assistant and health policy adviser in the Governor’s office until November of last year, and recounted a series of incidents where she was propositioned about her sex life and the governor’s preferences.
“Ms. Bennett, 25, said the most unsettling episode occurred on June 5, when she was alone with Mr. Cuomo in his State Capitol office. In a series of interviews this week, she said the governor had asked her numerous questions about her personal life, including whether she thought age made a difference in romantic relationships, and had said that he was open to relationships with women in their 20s — comments she interpreted as clear overtures to a sexual relationship.”
Cuomo also allegedly questioned Bennett on her opinions of non-monogamous relationships.
“I understood that the governor wanted to sleep with me, and felt horribly uncomfortable and scared,” Bennett said. “And was wondering how I was going to get out of it and assumed it was the end of my job.”
Bennett is the second former Cuomo staffer to come public with accounts of sexual harassment. Lindsey Boylan, an ex-Cuomo aide who had previously spoken of toxicity in the establishment Democrat’s office. Boylan alleges that Cuomo asked her to play strip poker on a plane, that his underlings communicated he had a “crush” on her, and that the Governor would frequently touch her back and her arms.
Cuomo is currently facing a possible impeachment or censure from the New York legislature for his cover-up of the state’s disastrous nursing home scandal, in which the deaths of thousands of senior citizens were covered up in order to deflect an investigation from the Department of Justice. Leading Democrats such as Ron Kim have called for his resignation, and it may prove the new sexual harassment allegations could be the final straw.
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