Look Who's Calling For An Investigation Into Robert Mueller!
During an appearance on Sean Hannity's program, Judge Jeanine Pirro rightfully points out why Robert Mueller should be the one being investigated.
During a discussion surrounding Mueller's bias team, Hannity asks Pirro why Mueller appointed so many "Trump haters":
"I look at Mueller's team: Obama donors, Clinton donors, DNC donors. Nobody likes Trump," Hannity stated.
“Because Robert Mueller is not looking for an objective team. Robert Mueller is looking for people with an agenda against Donald Trump. Robert Mueller is the person who should be being investigated, given the fact that he was the head of the FBI when this attempt to find our uranium started in 2009," Pirro responded.
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Posted Saturday, February 17, 2018
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SEE VIDEO: Laura Ingraham Gives Mueller Advice On Who To Interview!
Fox News's Laura Ingraham has stated that it is time for Special Counsel Robert Mueller to interview Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, Susan Rice, Ben Rhodes, and maybe even former President Barack Obama, as there is far more evidence that they colluded with the Russians than President Trump.
Friday on Fox News Channel’s “The Ingraham Angle,” host Laura Ingraham gave her take on the indictments handed down by special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe regarding interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Ingraham told viewers the indictments illustrated how Russia was still a threat to the United States despite then-President Barack Obama’s dismissal during the 2012 presidential election. She also said Mueller should interview 2016 Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, former Secretary of State John Kerry, former National Security Advisor Susan Rice, former Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes and former President Barack Obama as part of his investigation.
Partial transcript as follows:
INGRAHAM: We finally have indictments in the Mueller investigation related to meddling in the 2016 election and the only ones being charged are Russians. A federal grand jury has now indicted 13 Russian individuals and companies for interfering in the 2016 election.
They are charged with a bunch of things like creating fake ads, staging pro and anti-Trump campaign events and also setting up bogus-run organizations, but they’re not accused of rigging the election for Trump, but instead of waging information warfare to sow discord in the political system.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced the indictments and added this important caveat.
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BREAKING: Mueller's Probe Might Never End!
According to Bloomberg, Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe is set to continue "for months" with no set end date.
The unveiling today of indictments against 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities has raised speculation that Special Counsel Robert Mueller may be nearing the end of - or has effectively finished - his probe into collusion between the Trump administration and the Russian government.
But sources are telling Bloomberg that this isn't true.
In addition to obstruction and the various financial improprieties of certain Trump associates, Mueller is still actively investigating collusion.
Earlier today, Trump tweeted in response to the indictment's release that it effectively vindicates the Trump campaign, since many of the activities cited in the document began in 2014.
Instead, Mueller's work is expected to continue "for months" with today's indictment representing only a small slice of the investigation.
Friday’s indictment of a St. Petersburg-based “troll farm” and 13 Russian nationals should be seen as a limited slice of a comprehensive investigation, the person said. Mueller’s work is expected to continue for months and also includes examining potential obstruction of justice by Trump, said the person, who requested anonymity to discuss an investigation that is largely confidential.
A federal grand jury indicted the Russians for what it alleged was a vast scheme to interfere in the 2016 election and help Trump win. But Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said at a news conference Friday that there is “no allegation in this indictment that any American was a knowing participant” in the alleged scheme.
Given that there hadn't been any news from the investigation in a while, Mueller's indictment could be seen as an effort by to raise awareness about Russia’s capabilities as the 2018 US elections near. It's still possible Mueller will indict Americans for helping Russia.
Lawmakers from both parties largely applauded the indictment, saying it puts Russia on notice, and some Democrats said it effectively vindicated Mueller.
Read more: (Link: www.zerohedge.com)
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