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Saturday, December 10, 2016

They're Doing Something!

Hearing my pleas, the Dems jump in.

First the incoming Senate Minority Leader:

Incoming Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is calling for a full, bipartisan congressional investigation into reports of Russian interference in the 2016 election that would likely continue after President Barack Obama leaves office.
Obama on Friday ordered an investigation into Russia's activities, but he leaves office on Jan. 20. Schumer said that Democrats will simultaneously press for an investigation when Congress returns on Jan. 3. Congress adjourned for the year early Saturday after wrapping up its business for 2016.
"Senate Democrats will join with our Republican colleagues next year to demand a congressional investigation and hearings to get to the bottom of this. It’s imperative that our intelligence community turns over any relevant information so that Congress can conduct a full investigation," Schumer said.

Then the outgoing one:

In the wake of a “soul-crushing” report on Russia’s meddling in the presidential election, Sen. Harry Reid has called for FBI Director James Comey to resign for allegedly withholding information on President-elect Donald Trump’s ties to Russia. Reid, who was a fierce opponent of Comey’s handling of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, which many believe cost her the election, told MSNBC on Saturday that he believes the FBI knew all along that Russia was helping Trump and deliberately did nothing about it. “This is not fake news. Intelligence officials are hiding connections to the Russian government. There is no question,” Reid said. “Comey knew and deliberately kept this info a secret,” he said. Asked whether he believes Comey should step down over the matter, Reid replied, “Of course, yes.” 

Could they possibly be getting it?

And all it took was a bit of "light treason" to make it happen.

 
UPDATE (12/10/16, 1:25 PM): Another right hook from Harry Reid:

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