U.S. intelligence agencies have uncovered compromising information on Attorney General Jeff Sessions showing he lied under oath before Congress when he stated previously that he did not have campaign-related communications with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, including substantive policy matters important to Moscow.
U.S. spy agencies intercepted at least two accounts of Kislyak’s conversations with Sessions. A U.S. official came forward saying that Sessions has provided “misleading” statements that are “contradicted by other evidence.”
Remember – he first initially failed to disclose those contacts with the ambassador and then tried to excuse it by saying they were inconsequential and were not related to the Trump campaign. The U.S. intelligence community received information that this too is in question.
“I never had meetings with Russian operatives or Russian intermediaries about the Trump campaign,” Sessions said in March.
Lying under oath is a federal offense. At the minimum, he should be indicted for a felony of perjury. He also needs to resign.
Here is his sworn testimony claiming he had no communications with Russians:
As news breaks of Jeff Sessions’ campaign-related talks w/ Kislyak…Here is his sworn testimony claiming he had no communications w/ Russians pic.twitter.com/3A1qHY5OJp
— Rantt (@RanttNews) July 21, 2017