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Senate Majority Leader, Lindsey Graham is calling out FBI Christopher Wray and demanding a briefing into the FBI’s SWAT pre-dawn style raid of Roger Stone’s home.

As Americans, we should all be concerned regardless of where we stand over the tactics put into play against American citizens who voice their opposition to government tyranny, overreach, double standards and corruption.

But first, the discussion this horrendous abortion issue that Progressives are pushing on the state level as subsidized by and at the behest of Planned Parenthood. After all, those baby parts are a big business for PP and stem cell corporations.

From The Senate Committee on the Judiciary:

Graham: FBI Needs to Brief Committee on Roger Stone Arrest

Americans tired of “media circus” surrounding Mueller investigation

WASHINGTON – Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham today sent a letter to Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Christopher Wray regarding the Bureau’s arrest of Roger Stone.

“Since his appointment, I have supported Special Counsel Mueller’s ability to conduct his investigation without interference.  Moreover, I have always been a strong admirer and supporter of the FBI.  However, while I firmly support law enforcement taking into account threats to officer safety, flight risk, and the need to ensure evidence is preserved, I am leery that a subject of the Special Counsel’s investigation, who had retained counsel, had publicly stated that he believed that he would at some point be indicted, and was apparently willing to surrender voluntarily, was arrested in a pre-dawn raid at his home,” Graham wrote.

He continued, “The American public has had enough of the media circus that surrounds the Special Counsel’s investigation.  Yet, the manner of this arrest appears to have only added to the spectacle.  Accordingly, I write to seek justification for the tactics used and the timing of the arrest of Mr. Stone.”

Full text of the letter is below and HERE.

Below is a hard copy of Graham’s letter.