Press release and speech from Dr. Randy Brinson, candidate for U.S. Senate in Alabama, on 7-26-2017.
The last few days, it seems that everyone wants to know who I support. Do I support President Trump or Attorney General Sessions?
The answer is YES. I do support President Trump, and I do support Attorney General Sessions.
Attorney General Sessions is a fine man and a devoted public servant. He served Alabama well in the Senate, and I hope to be a worthy successor to him when I’m elected.
I have supported, and still, support, President Trump. Citizens for Trump recognized this, saying that I was “Alabama’s clear pro-Trump choice” when they endorsed me last week.
President Trump is frustrated, and his tweets reflect this. I can understand his frustration, and I’m frustrated, too. Every day the national media keeps repeating “Russia, Russia, Russia” and ignoring the important issues to prop up the empty narrative of “The Russians did it.”
When MSNBC host Chris Matthews says the story about Russian collusion with the Trump campaign “came apart”…like he did in June after Jim Comey testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee…then it’s a pretty good bet that there’s “no there, there”.
So, now we have special prosecutor Muller who’s looking for a crime to fit the man, and that man is President Trump. This is exactly the kind of foolishness we expect from a banana republic, not the United States of America. And yet, that’s where we are today.
Should Attorney General Sessions have recused himself from the Russian investigation? That’s something people are going to argue about. I personally think Jeff Sessions did the right thing when he recused himself, if for no other reason that it avoids any appearance of impropriety or political “fixing” when the President and his staff are found innocent.
We saw plenty of that during the election, thank you. Remember the Meeting On The Tarmac?
What I want to see…what I think President Trump wants to see…what the people of Alabama want to see…is a real, unbiased investigation into Hillary Clinton and the money trail into and out of the Clinton Foundation.
That’s why I’m calling on Attorney General Sessions to appoint a Special Prosecutor to investigate the donations to the Clinton Foundation by Ukrainian billionaire Victor Pinchuk. We know that Pinchuk gave between 10 and 25 million dollars to the Clinton Foundation in the last 5 years. The largest transfers we in 2014 and 2015…just when Hillary’s campaign was picking up steam.
Is that a crime? On the surface, probably not. Underneath, though, Pinchuk may have diverted almost $200 million dollars from a Russian insurance company to an offshore holding company he owns. There have also been allegations that he was involved in pocketing the International Monetary Fund loan money to his native Ukraine. Similar allegations have been made about US AID funds going into Pinchuk’s Ukrainian bank before disappearing into thin air. It’s worth noting that after the violent ousting of the elected President of Ukraine, the United States immediately recognized the new Ukrainian government…something that almost never happens.
Did Pinchuk’s donations to the Clinton Foundation make their way into Hillary Clinton’s campaign funds? Was that money dirty, fresh from an embezzlement or fraud scheme? And did the Clintons know that Pinchuk’s generous contributions might be dirty money? There’s also the matter of millions of IMF money going into Pinchuk’s pockets…where did all those millions go?
There’s real evidence of fraud, corruption, and collusion between foreign nationals and the Clintons…why aren’t these being investigated?
During his confirmation hearings, FBI Director nominee Christopher Wray said that he would be willing to “dig into” Ukranian meddling in the 2016 election, but he hasn’t been confirmed by the full Senate yet.
There are so many things that are crying out for investigation, but Attorney General Sessions doesn’t seem to be in a hurry to investigate things like the unconstitutional spying on Americans carried out by the Obama administration. Susan Rice, John Brennan, and James Clapper merit their own special prosecutor to examine their manipulation of the FISA court during the 2016 election.
There’s the Awan brothers and their links to Democrats in Congress. There’s the matter of Debbie Wasserman Schultz and the smashed hard drives which were recently seized by the FBI. There are tens of thousands of email pages sent from Hillary Clinton’s bathroom server, and her Pay to Play schemes, coordinated by Huma Abedin, while Clinton was Secretary of State.
Once again, I call on Attorney General Sessions to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the donations to the Clinton Foundation by Ukrainian billionaire Victor Pinchuk. Follow the money trail, Mr. Sessions, and if and when you find evidence of dirty money, prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law.
There needs to be an immediate prosecution for the violation of FISA court by members of Obama’s administration, including Susan Rice, John Brennan, and James Clapper.
There needs to be an immediate audit of US AID funds and any other American taxpayer dollars that went to Ukraine immediately after the change of government, that could have fallen into Mr. Pinchuk’s hands.
President Trump, Mr. Sessions, the American people deserve answers about Hillary’s connection to dirty Ukrainian money, and how there may have been REAL collusion between Hillary’s campaign and Ukrainian citizens.
Attorney General Sessions, I call on you to use the power of your office to find the answers to the questions Alabamians have about the corruption, lies, collusion and sedition in the Obama administration, the Democratic National Committee, and the Clinton Foundation.
It’s time to push back against the Big Lie of “The Russians Did It.” Jeff Sessions, the people of Alabama are expecting it from you.
Dr. Randy Brinson, Candidate for U.S. Senate