Graham Puts Ex-President Obama On Notice Over FISA Abuse: ‘What Did He Do When He Was Told?’

Senator Lindsey Graham is done playing games. He is speaking out about soon to be released IG report that will detail the abuses that happened during the 2016 election.

Attorney General Bill Barr has promised to get to the bottom of the whole investigation into Trump and Russia to determine if proper procedures were followed.

As far as Graham’s concern, the answer is no and he is putting former President Obama on notice.

“It’s not, ‘What did Obama know and when he know it?’” Sen. Graham said. “It’s ‘Who told it?’ And, ‘What did he do when he was told?’”

Then Sen. Graham went on to contrast what happened with Dianne Feinstein when it was discovered she may have a Chinese spy luring in her staff.

The FBI told Dianne Feinstein and she fired the guy.

“They tell her and she fires him. Why did they not tell Donald Trump that ‘We believe some people in your organization may have contacts with the Russians’?,” Sen. Graham said.

“Why did they tell Feinstein and not Trump?” Graham asked, and it is a good question.

Of thee IG report Graham said: “I think it’s going to be really damning and ugly and people did some really bad things that are dangerous for the country, but you’ll only find it on Fox.”

“You may find it a little bit in the paper,” he added. “Here’s what I predict: It’ll be ten percent of the coverage that the Mueller report got, and that’s a shame.”

“I’m going to meet the attorney general this week to talk to him about how best to tell the story,” Sen. Graham said. “I don’t want people to conjecture as to what happened. I want you to read it.”

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