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Today the Washington Post reported that the God-King tried to stop former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates from testifying to Congress about evidence of the God-King’s ties to Russia. Of course the Out House promptly denied the story, but the Post released copies of the letters between Yates’ attorneys, the Out House, and the House Intelligence Committee. Meanwhile, House Intelligence Committee chair Kevin Nunes canceled the hearing where Yates was scheduled to testify, and the letters suggest the Out House wanted to pre-screen Yates’ testimony. One Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said “this is what a cover-up to a crime looks like” and another said Nunes’ tactics “might make a good spy novel,” while Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) chose a different fictional analogy: “The problem that he’s created is he’s gone off on a lark by himself, sort of an Inspector Clouseau investigation here.” Will Rep. Nunes and other House Republicans allow a full and open investigation?


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