White House Chief of Staff John Kelly urged Jeff Sessions and the Department of Justice to quickly nominate “someone who is very, very objective” who can get to the bottom of the recently exposed Uranium One deal and Fusion GPS scandals all centered around Hillary Clinton, her campaign, and the Clinton Foundation.

Laura Ingraham asked the featured guest on her new Fox show, “The Ingraham Angle,” which aired for the first time Monday night, if he thought we need a special counsel “appointed to investigate all of these narratives coming out.” The ones in question are “with the DNC and the Clinton campaign actually funding research that was in part compiled by Kremlin associates.”

Kelly got right to the point. “The American people have an absolute right to know these things,” Kelly insists. “We need to find someone who is very, very objective who can get to the bottom of these accusations, I think it’s important. I think it’s doubly important that when these kinds of accusations are made that they should be investigated.”

All the liberal news outlets have been treating solid evidence that Hillary was the real culprit in Russian collusion as toxically radioactive. The media refuse to report on it because they know how bad the fallout is going to be.

Ingraham mentioned President Trump’s furious tweets calling out the media for bias. “I think the president has made it clear what he thinks about the Uranium One story and the Fusion GPS Story,” Ingraham quipped.”

“There is so much GUILT by Democrats/Clinton, and now the facts are pouring out. DO SOMETHING!” Trump tapped out on Sunday. The President then followed it up on Monday with “Why aren’t Crooked Hillary & the Dems the focus?????”

Roger Stone told reporters last week that “Trump should direct the Justice Department to appoint a special counsel to investigate whether Mueller, as FBI director, oversaw a ‘cover-up.’”

It recently came to light that Marc Elias, a lawyer for Clinton at the firm Perkins Coie, funneled Clinton campaign cash to mudslinging ex-CNN reporters at Fusion GPS who dig up political dirt for a living. Fusion GPS, in turn, sent “former British spy” Christopher Steele off to Russia to bring back something good. Russian officials made a game of passing him more and more outrageous misdirection just to see what they could get away with. Steele didn’t care, his job was to write it down, not believe it or check it. He got paid just to bring it back to Clinton and the DNC.

Ingraham also wanted to know if Kelly thought Mueller should recuse himself as witch smeller into Trump-Russia collusion “due to him being FBI director when the Obama-era uranium deal transpired,” to which Kelly agreed that “Mueller seems rather preoccupied.”

Last week, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley launched an investigation into the shady Obama era Uranium One scheme, greased by $145 million dollars deposited into the Clinton Foundation. Starting in 2009 the FBI, led by Robert Mueller, “gathered substantial evidence that Russian nuclear industry officials were engaged in bribery, kickbacks, extortion and money laundering designed to grow Vladimir Putin’s atomic energy business inside the United States.” Meuller chose not to tell anybody. In order to keep the involvement quiet, all the FBI had to do was continue the investigation. Until there were charges to be filed, nobody outside the probe needed to know anything.

While the investigation stayed tightly under wraps, the nine-agency Committee on Foreign Investment, which listed both Hillary Clinton and Eric Holder as members, signed off on a deal to allow Russia to buy Uranium One, a Canadian company. Hillary Clinton’s State Department also approved the deal transferring 20 percent of U.S. uranium supplies to Russia but not until the check to the Clinton Foundation cleared. As former Whitehouse Press Secretary Ari Fleisher Tweeted, “If this isn’t collusion/conspiracy with an enemy… what is?”

Since the media are unable to report on the Uranium One or fake dossier stories because they can’t poke holes in them, they are going crazy with wall to wall coverage of the fact the witch smeller finally found some victims to burn at the stake. Pressured by Democrats to produce something, anything to justify the investigation, now that it has been shown to be based almost entirely on allegations sourced in the debunked dossier, Muller announced indictments against three individuals.

The move was hyped to the max. Starting with an exclusive leak on Friday to CNN, the media spent all weekend salivating with speculation as to who would be the first to go up in flames. When Monday rolled around, Paul Manafort and his aide Rick Gates were hit with indictments and turned themselves in. Low-level flunky, George Papadopoulos, already pleaded guilty on October 5, after he got enough to sink Manafort and Gates by wearing a wire for Mueller.

Despite all the media celebration, none of this is a big deal or even a surprise. All along, Manafort was expected to be charged eventually with “financial crimes dating as far back as 2006.”

Kelly brushed off the indictments, saying they “stemmed from activities that took place from before the campaign.” He didn’t bother to mention the charges against Papadopoulos, who “was an unpaid volunteer who attended only one meeting ever and was long separated from Trump’s campaign,” according to press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

Kelly is confident the witch hunt will soon be over. “It should wrap up soon. It would seem that they’re toward the end of the witness pile. I don’t know how much longer it can possibly go on.” Kelly insists that “there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.”

Kelly says most American’s don’t care about it. “If you look at the rates of acceptance among the U.S. population, the U.S. Congress, the media is all way down in the single digits or the teens. Most people in America look at Washington with amusement, but not with an awful lot of respect or interest.”