Last week the home of Dennis Nathan Cain, a whistleblower who gave information and documents to the Department of Justice Inspector General about Uranium One and the Clinton Foundation, was raided by the FBI. From Richard Pollock at the Daily Caller. 

In response to the raid, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley has written letters to DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz and FBI Director Christopher Wray asking for an explanation. 

"A recent news report has indicated that the FBI raided the home of a “whistleblower,” Mr. Dennis Nathan Cain, who provided documents regarding the Clinton Foundation and Uranium One transaction to your office.[1]  The report also notes that after receiving the documents, you provided them to the House and Senate Intelligence Committees.  It appears, based on the reporting, that these documents were provided to your office under the Intelligence Community Whistleblower Protection Act," Grassley wrote to Horowitz. "Further, it appears that the documents pertain to matters that fall within this Committee’s jurisdiction and matters upon which this Committee has inquired.  Accordingly, I request that you produce all documents to the Committee and provide an update with respect to the steps you have taken, or plan to take, regarding the FBI’s treatment of Mr. Cain’s disclosures no later than December 12, 2018."
Source: Town Hall

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