OPINION – Perhaps Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) has had enough of the secretive nature of the hearings being conducted by the House Intelligence Committee Chairman, Adam Schiff (D-CA), and decided to let the American people hear from someone with documented evidence rather than a disproved narrative supported only by hearsay.
Or perhaps Sen. Graham was reacting to Maria Bartiromo’s rather pointed question this past Sunday:
Bartiromo: “My viewers are frustrated. They want some subpoenas. They want to see you do that deep dive (that you promised) into what took place.
“When can we expect subpoenas?”
Bartiromo was pressing the senator over his promised Spygate investigation. Graham demurred until after the IG Report and US Attorney Durham’s determinations have been made public but he did offer us this, earlier today:
Giuliani’s testimony is clearly something that the mainstream media will have a difficult time ignoring, especially if Rudy’s contention that he’s in possession of hundreds of documents proving his allegations of Ukrainian corruption is true.
Giuliani is President Trump’s private attorney. He says he traveled to Ukraine to find exculpatory evidence for his client. What he says he found will blow the lid off Democrat corruption, if true.
Giuliani appeared on Fox News Sunday on September 22nd. Mr. Giuliani is introduced at the 10:30 mark.
Giuliani: “Ukrainian collusion, which was large, significant and proven. With Hillary Clinton. With the Democratic National Committee. A woman named Chalupa. With the ambassador. With an FBI agent who has now been hired by George Soros who has been funding a lot of this.
“When Biden got the prosecutor fired… the new prosecutor dropped the case not just on Biden’s kid and the crooked company that he worked for Burisma… He also dropped the case on George Soros’ company … where there’s documentary evidence that they were producing false information about Trump, about Biden, Fusion GPS was there…
“… Nellie Ohr says that there was a lot of contact between Democrats and Ukraine…”
The interview goes on for eleven and a half minutes. Unlike the farcical investigation being conducted by Schiff, Giuliani names all of the players involved in the corruption scandal.
Giuliani concludes by saying:
“This is going to get bigger and bigger and everything I say I can prove!”
If the Senate Judiciary Chairman actually follows through on this invitation, and Giuliani agrees to appear, the ensuing fireworks may leave the Washington establishment scorched and the Marxist media scrambling to put the fire out.