Watchdog Group Pushes for Action! to Launch a Investigation on Mueller
Tom Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, says that SC Robert Mueller's investigation has been so biased and corrupt that we need an investigation to investigate his investigation.
To sum it up, Fitton says that we already have one lying Dossier about the President, we don't need another.
Meuller is wrapping up soon, and a source familiar with the investigation tells Fox News it is "near the end game" -- although there has been no formal notification to President Trump's legal team that Mueller's work is completed.
Exiting Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who oversaw the Mueller probe for 18 months until the recent confirmation of AG William Barr, had said privately he intended to remain in his role until the Mueller report was delivered to Congress. On Tuesday, the White House announced that Deputy Secretary of Transportation Jeff Rosen would replace Rosenstein.
Sources close to the investigative process have told Fox News that the high-level shakeup at Justice -- with Barr assembling his new team, and Rosenstein planning to leave by mid-March -- is a sign that the stars are aligning for the probe's conclusion.
Two prosecutors, including an expert in computer crimes, have departed special counsel Robert Mueller's team investigating links between Russia and associates of President Donald Trump, a spokesman for the special counsel confirmed to CNBC their departure last August amidst of bias accusations. Though a spokesman said that the bias had nothing to do with it.
Judicial Watch said they have a smoking gun evidence about Special Counsel Robert Mueller's corrupt and extremely biased team of liberal political crusaders that have one singular admission and that is to destroy your elected President Donald Trump and unseat the commander-in-chief.
Not three months ago, Fitton pointed all of this out stating: "The Justice Department withheld this information from the American people in Congress. And I'll tell you, it is at the point where we may need a special counsel for the special counsel. That is how out of control things are."