Former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee as part of the review into the Obama Administration “Crossfire Hurricane investigation.”
“Crossfire Hurricane” was the code name for the investigation the FBI launched to investigate links between the Trump campaign and Russian officials. The investigation was a witch hunt that drove the Russian collusion hoax spun by Democrats.
During testimony, Senator Lindsey Graham asked Yates about James Comey’s handling of the Flynn investigation. Graham asked, “Did Comey go rogue” on the investigation into Michael Flynn?”
Yates didn’t even try and protect him and answered, “You could use that term, yes.”
Sen. LIndsey Graham asks if former FBI Director James Comey went “rogue” during the Flynn investigation.
Former deputy attorney general Sally Yates: “You could use that term, yes.”
— Alex Salvi (@alexsalvinews) August 5, 2020
Yates also threw the FBI under the bus when she was asked about Carter Page. She was asked if she would have signed the application to conduct surveillance on Page if she had known about the inaccurate information.
“If I had known that it contained incorrect information, I certainly wouldn’t have signed it,” Yates said at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.
Senator Graham did a great job questioning Sally Yates. He was also able to get Yates to admit that the reason why the Obama administration was so worried about Flynn was that he was going to undercut Obama’s policies.
Lindsey Graham just got Sally Yates to admit her concern was that General Flynn was undercutting Obama administration policies
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) August 5, 2020
The Flynn transcripts are out and the top levels of the Obama administration have been exposed showing they were involved in the Flynn case. Based off the testimony today you can tell Yates wants nothing to do with it.
You can watch Sally Yates testimony in full below: