An attorney for Trump Jay Sekulow and his son, attorney Jordan Sekulow of the ACLJ discussed the new Russian-Uranium One developments on their radio show Jay Live Tuesday, specifically focusing on the FBI informant.
As previously reported, not only was the FBI informant working on the Russian bribery case threatened by the Obama administration, he was blocked by the DOJ under then-AG Loretta Lynch from testifying to Congress.
Sara Carter of Circa News spoke to the FBI informant’s lawyer Victoria Toensing.
According to Circa News, the FBI informant wanted to testify to Congress about pertinent information that the Russian’s were attempting to gain access to former President Bill Clinton and his wife, then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, to influence the Obama administration’s decision on the purchase of Uranium One, Toensing said.
Jay and Jordan Sekulow were discussing the FBI informant on their radio show on Tuesday and said Obama’s DOJ and FBI didn’t threaten the FBI informant right away.
The FBI informant started providing information in 2009. It wasn’t until the 2016 presidential election that they threatened him with prosecution!
“This goes back to 2009 so I’m assuming this informant goes back to sometime around then. He was not threatened about speaking until the 2016 election. It was during the 2016 presidential election that the DOJ and FBI threatened to enforce the agreement with prosecution,” Jordan Sekulow said.
It seems like Loretta Lynch was busy during the 2016 presidential election making sure all of the skeletons stayed in the closet so her Queen Hillary would win the presidential election.
Loretta Lynch also forced James Comey to call Hillary Clinton’s FBI investigation a “matter” rather than a criminal investigation.
And the Dems want to investigate Trump for obstruction of justice? They should be investigating crooked lying Loretta Lynch, not Trump.
This FBI informant will speak one way or another. As reported earlier, Rep. Ron DeSantis said in a press conference on Capitol Hill that if the DOJ doesn’t lift the informant’s NDA, they will issue him a subpoena.