IT’S ON! Republican Resolution Calls For Second Special Counsel To Investigate FBI And FISA Abuse

House Republicans have apparently been listening to the American people who want transparency and for corruption to be rooted out. 25 GOP lawmakers have joined forces to create a new resolution which would create a second special counsel.

Townhall reports:

It’s Official: Republicans Introduce Resolution for Second Special Counsel to Investigate FBI and FISA Abuse

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Twenty-five House Republicans have introduced a resolution officially calling for a second Special Counsel to investigate FBI misconduct and FISA abuse during the 2016 presidential election.

“Here’s the now filed 12 pg[page] H.Res.907 w[ith] 25 original cosponsors, detailing misconduct at highest levels of DOJ/FBI re FISA abuse, how/why Clinton email probe ended & Trump-Russia probe began. Also calls for 2nd Special Counsel,” Republican Congressman Lee Zeldin tweeted Friday.

As mentioned, the legislation is twelve pages long and details two dozen reasons – including the handling of the criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton – why the Special Counsel is necessary…

“Expressing the sense of Congress that the Attorney General of the United States should appoint a Special Counsel to investigate misconduct at the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation, including an investigation of abuse of the FISA warrant process, how and why the Hillary Clinton probe ended, and how and why the Donald Trump-Russia probe began,” the resolution states.

Months ago, Newt Gingrich predicted we would eventually need another special counsel to investigate the special counsel and now here we are.

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