Alan Dershowitz, the Harvard Law School professor and part of the defense team in the impeachment of President Trump, claims that he has evidence that could cause problems for former President Barack Obama.

The evidence is that George Soros, the left-wing billionaire, told then-President Obama to investigate an anonymous person and Obama acted on it.

According to Dershowitz, Obama asked the FBI, on behalf of George Soros, to investigate someone.

The person to be investigated was not identified but Dershowitz said the information would come out in a lawsuit to be filed.

The lawsuit could shine more light on the corruption inside the Department of Justice.

Dershowitz said, “I have some information as well about the Obama administration that will be disclosed in a lawsuit at some point but I’m not prepared to disclose it now… about how Obama personally asked the FBI to investigate someone on behalf of George Soros who is a close ally of his.”

The revelation was so startling that this host had to double-check, Breitbart reported.

Question: But let me just ask you — you said that George Soros asked Barack Obama to have his Justice Department investigate somebody?

Dershowitz: We’re — that’s going to come out in a lawsuit in the near future. Yeah

Question: Wow, well, we look forward to hearing more about that new.

Dershowitz: That’s not unusual. That is not unusual. People whisper to presidents all the time. Presidents whisper to [the] Justice Department all the time.

It’s very common. It’s wrong, whoever does it, but it’s common, and we shouldn’t think that it’s unique to any particular president.

I have in my possession the actual 302 form [an FBI record of an interview], which documents this issue, and it will, at the right time, come out.

But I’m not free to disclose it now because it’s a case that’s not yet been filed.

In addition, Dershowitz reflected on his experience in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, noting that his argument had been grotesquely distorted by CNN — so much so that he could, if he wanted to, sue the network.

Listen to the full interview clip here:

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