Graham’s Statement About Investigations Into Clintons & Mueller By New AG On Hannity Signals New Day In DOJ

Opinion| Republican South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham made an appearance on Fox News’ “Hannity” last Tuesday evening to talk a little bit about President Trump’s nominee for Attorney General, Bill Barr’s, possible confirmation process.

Graham stated that there has been “no evidence” that he knows of to back up the claim of Russian collusion during the 2016 Presidential Election. He also said that there has, however, been evidence of “corruption” at the Department of Justice and the FBI.

Take a look:

“Will Bill Barr do the things that Jeff Sessions did not do? That is the Deep State, Hillary Clinton, and other things?” questioned the show’s host, Sean Hannity.

Graham responded, “I believe so. I’ve seen no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians, but I’ve seen a lot of corruption at the Department of Justice and the FBI. I think he’s going to look long and hard at the Department of Justice and the FBI and the way they conducted the Clinton investigation and the way they started-up the Mueller investigation.”

Senator Graham said what a lot of Americans have been thinking for a while now. There has been zero evidence of collusion on the part of President Donald Trump and his 2016 Presidential campaign in the infamous Russia investigation, but Democrats still insist on peddling their ridiculous narrative.

In reality, the FBI and the Justice Department have been proven to be two seriously corrupt entities. Just take a look at disgraced former FBI Director James Comey, or former Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe. Just look at former FBI Agent Peter Strzok and his former lover/colleague former FBI attorney Lisa Page. They have all become household names in America for their sheer corruptness.

Democrats have still failed to provide any evidence proving and collusion or corruptness on the part of President Trump or his 2016 Presidential campaign. Taking all of this into account, Senator Graham’s assessment of the situation was pretty spot-on.