Recently, Republican Senator Chuck Grassley uncovered an email, which was sent by Obama toady Susan Rice to herself, on Inauguration Day, which seems to allude to the “Russian collusion” narrative, and implicates then-President Barack Obama.
In the emails, it appears that Obama and Rice discussed the “Russian meddling” angle, and how law enforcement should handle it, something that now has Republicans outraged.
Senator Lindsey Graham called the email “disturbing,” saying, “[Rice is] sending herself an email talking about a conversation on Jan. 5 with the president, reassuring herself, and I guess the president, that this would be done by the book.”
“I think that’s odd and disturbing, because we know the investigation regarding the Trump campaign was anything but by the book,” said Graham.
Considering what we know now about anti-Trump bias in the Obama-era intelligence agencies, was Susan Rice trying to cover up Obama’s tracks?
White House spokesman Raj Shah said the email “raises a lot of questions,” and other Republicans are speaking out as well.
In an interview with Fox News’ Martha McCallum, Rep. Ron DeSantis said the email was “odd,” and added that he believed Rice “has a lot of questions that she’s going to have to answer.”
.@RepDeSantis on “odd” Rice email sent on #Trump‘s Inauguration Day: “I think Susan Rice has a lot of questions that she’s going to have to answer.” #Tucker https://t.co/a7CSBcWu5Q pic.twitter.com/2tiJdMXnR8
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