Robert S. Mueller should have listened to conservative House lawmaker a few months back when he called for him to resign.
Rep. Trent Franks agreed that Robert Mueller had a conflict of interest that should have disqualified him from running the Justice Department probe of potential connections between President Trump and the Kremlin.
The AZ Republican Representative knew exactly what he was talking about. He has just delivered a speech to the House floor last night, and people are calling it the “Nothingburger” speech as election results fly in fast.
Reported by allenwestrepublic:
He covers the bombshell announcements that Special Counsel Robert Mueller made about indictments.
The good Senator makes the point that the charges did not lead up to the hype. There was nothing in the charges that introduced any evidence against President Donald Trump. This is worth your time to watch. Great talking points for your liberal friends.
As Written By Cortney O’Brien for Townhall:
While the votes were coming in a handful of statewide races Tuesday night, Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ) was on the House floor delivering a serious takedown of those Russian collusion stories the media can’t get enough of, but can’t seem to back up.
Franks offered a summary of the “bombshell” reports last week that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his business associate Rick Gates were being indicted for money laundering and conspiracy against the United States. It looked bad at first glance, but we soon learned the Trump campaign was not mentioned in any of the 12 charges.
“In other words, the announcement amounted to what many have called a nothingburger,” Franks concluded.
But what about the George Papadopoulos indictment? Franks replayed how that, too, amounted to wishful thinking. Papadopoulos was an unpaid intern on the Trump campaign who was immediately shot down after suggesting they meet with his …….