Attorney General Jeff Sessions is on the hot seat.

Sessions’ conduct during the Russia investigation has raised the suspicions of President Trump and his supporters.

Now the Attorney General is caught in the middle of an FBI cover up that will leave you speechless.

Three members of the conservative Freedom Caucus – Chairman Mark Meadows, Ron DeSantis and Jim Jordan – are pressing the Department of Justice to turn over documents relating to the FBI’s spying and sabotage campaign against Donald Trump.

But the Justice Department is obstructing Congress from carrying out their oversight authority by blocking these requests.

So the hard-charging members of Congress are going above Sessions head.

They are petitioning President Trump to order Sessions to comply with the document request.

The Daily Caller reports:

“GOP Reps. Mark Meadows of North Carolina, Jim Jordan of Ohio and Ron DeSantis of Florida sent a letter to the president Wednesday asking for him to use his authority to “instruct Attorney General Jeff Sessions to immediately produce all documents” related to House Republicans’ investigation into “prosecutorial and investigatorial decisions” made the DOJ and FBI made in 2016 and 2017.

“As a separate and equal branch of government, we have a constitutional right to these documents,” the lawmakers wrote. “The Department of Justice has obstructed Congressional oversight by refusing to supply necessary and relevant documents.”

The congressmen note that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told Congress in May 2017 that special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation should not impede ongoing congressional investigations. 

 Despite Rosenstein’s commitment, Freedom Caucus members and other House Republicans have repeatedly requested the release of documents related to a host of issues. House Republicans want DOJ documents related to the former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, how and why the FBI first began its probe into the Trump campaign and a 2017 Rosenstein memo that details the scope of Mueller’s investigation. 

House Republicans have requested some 1.2 million documents thus far, but have only received a few thousand of them, many of which have been redacted.

“We’ve been consistent from the beginning that the American people have a right to know the truth about what happened at the highest levels of the Justice Department. This letter is another step in that effort for transparency,” Meadows told The Daily Caller News Foundation Wednesday.”

Conservatives were initially thrilled with Sessions appointment as Attorney General.

But in office, he has failed to live up to those expectations.

Sessions caved to the media and other anti-Trump forces when he recused himself from the Russia investigations.

That one decision set in motion a chain of events that led to Robert Mueller’s witch hunt.

And Sessions has refused to pursue criminal cases against Hillary Clinton, Andrew McCabe, James Comey and others who committed crimes in their quest to destroy Donald Trump.

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