Graham blocks resolution calling for Mueller report to be made public

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Thursday blocked a resolution calling for special counsel Robert Mueller’s report to be made public after it passed the House unanimously.

Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) asked for unanimous consent for the nonbinding resolution, which cleared the House 420-0, to be passed by the Senate before they leave town for a weeklong recess.

“There is no good reason, no good reason that the special counsel’s report should not be made public. The American people are overwhelmingly for the report being made public. They have a right to see it. No one should stand in the way of that,” Schumer said from the Senate floor.

But Graham, a close ally of Trump’s who chairs the Judiciary Committee, objected after Schumer refused to amend the House-passed resolution to include a provision calling on the Justice Department (DOJ) to appoint a special counsel to investigate DOJ misconduct in the handling of the investigation into 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s email use and the Carter Page Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act applications.

I would call his bluff. Russia probably has all those emails he’s interested in.

But this is a non-binding bill so it probably would all be a waste of time.

Of course, the Democrats persecute Trump like Jesus was persecuted, the Democrats wanted to take God out of their platform and support of Israel. They are definitely “the accuser of our brother man”, supporting many other bad causes.

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You didn’t seriously compare president Trump to Jesus?

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She’s on a real roll today.

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