Grassley Wants Answers About FBI Raid on Whistleblower

Jan 2015
Great State of Texas
Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, has written to FBI Director Christopher Wray and the Justice Department's internal watchdog to request information about a raid on the home of a former FBI contractor who gave the watchdog documents related to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the sale of Canadian mining company Uranium One to a Russian firm's subsidiary.

According to The Daily Caller, 16 FBI agents raided the Maryland home of Dennis Nathan Cain on Nov. 19. Cain's lawyer, Michael Socarras, told the website that the agent who led the raid accused his client of possessing stolen federal property. In response, Cain reportedly claimed that he was a protected whistleblower under federal law and had been recognized as such by the DOJ watchdog, Michael Horowitz.

Socarras also claimed that Horowitz had transmitted his information to the House and Senate intelligence committees.

The documents in question allegedly show that federal officials failed to investigate possible criminal activity related to Clinton, the Clinton Foundation and Rosatom, the Russian nuclear company whose subsidiary purchased Uranium One in 2013.

Grassley wants answers about FBI raid on whistleblower with information on Clinton Foundation, Uranium One

The FBI is so corrupt it needs to be completely dismantled and rebuilt from the ground up.

Do you think Sen. Grassley will get his answers by December 12th.

I'm not holding my breath.
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Dec 2014
The Milky Way
Jan 2015
Great State of Texas
I'll bet that if an answer comes back that doesn't fit with the conservative spin, you'll never hear about that and neither will we.
Perhaps you could explain this "conservative spin" delusion you speak of so we can all be prepared to recognize it.
Sep 2017
Perhaps you could explain this "conservative spin" delusion you speak of so we can all be prepared to recognize it.
Gladly. The point of posting this is not a generalized concern about whistleblowers or the FBI. It's specifically about Clinton, and the long-standing right-wing myth that she must have done something crooked in relation to Uranium One, even though no evidence has even hinted at that. The point of pushing this story is to further that myth, with the idea that there's evidence out there, waiting to come out, and that the person who made it available is being punished for doing so. What I'm saying is that if more information comes out on this that confirms there was no information showing any wrongdoing by Clinton, you won't be told about that by your propaganda outlets -- and even if you were, you would definitely not show up here to share it with the group.