President Trump has been demanding a full investigation into what he is dubbing, “Obamagate.” New evidence seems to suggest the former president was behind the plan to set up Michael Flynn.

Senate Republicans responded to this new evidence by saying they would call former officials in to testify. That would be a big step toward uncovering the truth.

But, suddenly, Sen. Lindsey Graham reversed course and made what some would consider a cowardly move.

From Politico:

“I’m not anticipating calling President Obama,” said Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), whose panel is investigating the origins of the 2016 Russia investigation, even as he vowed to bring in former senior Obama administration officials as witnesses. Those ex-officials include former FBI Director James Comey and former acting Attorney General Sally Yates.

Oh, really, Graham? “I’m too scared to question President Obama,” Graham seems to say, whimpering through his lips.

We have a document that seems to show Obama was in on this! Did he order all this? We don’t know. But that’s the point! We need to find out.

Even Sally Yates admitted surprise to learn that Obama knew the FBI was wiretapping Flynn. He discussed their investigation against Flynn.

If Graham is so eager to question Yates, Comey, and others—why not Obama?

Does Graham really think it’s unnecessary? Or is he too scared to confront the former president?

Nixon seemed to think presidents should be immune to scrutiny. Didn’t work out too well for him. But is Obama getting special treatment Nixon was denied?

Many believe Donald Trump and his administration were unfairly treated by the deep state. Flynn especially seems to have been railroaded.

Shouldn’t the people behind it be held accountable?

And since Obama may have been involved, why shouldn’t he answer a few simple questions?

In recent years, Lindsey Graham has gotten bolder when confronting the D.C. swamp. He roared like a lion to defend Brett Kavanaugh against the left’s scheme.

So, why won’t he demand Obama answer a few questions?

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