Today, during the House Intelligence Committee hearing with former Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Rep. Devin Nunes laid out the disgusting attempt by Democrats and Mueller’s team of Hillary Clinton supporters who worked on his team to find Russian collusion with President Trump and his campaign.
Rep. Devin Nunes brilliantly slammed Robert Mueller and his Democrat cheerleaders for their embarrassing attempts to destroy President Trump with a false accusation of collusion with Russians. Nunes told the committee, “Brazenly ignoring all these red flags, as well as the transparent absurdity of the claims they’re making. The Democrats have argued for nearly three years, that evidence of collusion is hidden just around the corner. Like the Loch Ness Monster, they insist, it’s there, even if no one can find it.”
Nunes continued to eviscerate the Democrats on their witch hunt that left them empty-handed, “Consider this, in March 2017, Democrats on this committee said they had more than circumstantial evidence of collusion, but they couldn’t reveal it yet. Mr. Mueller was soon appointed and they said he would find the collusion. Then, when no collusion was found, in Mr. Mueller’s indictments, the Democrats said, they would find it in his report. Then, when no collusion in his final report, we were told Attorney General Barr was hiding it. Then, when it was clear Barr wasn’t hiding anything, we were told it would be revealed through a hearing with Mr. Mueller, himself. And now that Mr. Mueller is here, they’re claiming that the collusion has actually been in his report all along—hidden in plain sight.”
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) July 24, 2019
Watching the Democrat lawmakers assigned to critical US House committees, blunder their way through the Mueller hearing today, should be enough reason for any American with two brain cells to rub together never to want to see another Democrat win an election. It was clear to anyone watching Mueller’s hearings today that this whole Trump-Russian collusion narrative was the biggest scam on the American people in by elected lawmakers in the history of the United States.