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Mueller report scandal no one is talking about... Obama admin. - Democrats in Congress should

Posted: Apr 19th, 2019 - 5:38 am

stop launching baseless attacks against President Trump, and should use their oversight authority to find out why the Obama administration was inexcusably asleep at the wheel for so long, how top officials at the DOJ and FBI were able to take advantage of our system and get away with it, and what can be done to ensure it never happens again.

At the same time, Democrats should stop moving the goalposts; first, they wanted an investigation into the 2016 election. Then they called for a special counsel and praised his integrity. Then they got Barr’s letter summarizing Mueller’s findings and suggested it was inconclusive or flawed. So they demanded the full Mueller report, and when they got it, they changed their tune yet again. Now, they demand that Mueller testify before Congress as they continue their search for evidence that simply doesn’t exist.

The bottom line is that Democrats got everything they asked for, but none of it was enough. They are so upset our president didn’t collude with a foreign nation to undermine our democracy, they can’t seem to move on and do what they were elected to do: serve their constituents, none of whom even consider the investigation an important issue. American voters will not soon forget their endless attacks on President Trump and their two-year obsession over non-existent collusion. Now, we deserve an investigation into the investigators.

We deserve answers.



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