Senate Defies McConnell=> Moves to Protect Dirty Cop Robert Mueller

On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell shut down a bipartisan bill to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s witch hunt job.

McConnell says he will not hold a floor vote on the bill even if it gets approved in the Senate Judiciary Committee.

On Thursday, Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) announced that his committee will vote next week to protect dirty cop Mueller’s job.

Senate Judiciary Chair Charles Grassley voted on the bill Thursday afternoon.

 
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA)

USA Today reported:

WASHINGTON — Despite opposition from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley confirmed Thursday that his committee will vote next week on a bill to protect special counsel Robert Mueller from being fired in the midst of the Russia investigation.

“Some have raised the question of why the committee plans on proceeding with the markup despite the fact that the majority leader has indicated that he will not take this bill up on the floor,” said Grassley, R-Iowa., at a committee meeting. “The views of the majority leader are obviously important to consider, but they do not govern what happens here on the Judiciary Committee.”

Last week, GOP snakes Lindsey Graham and Thom Tillis from North Carolina joined with Democrats to introduce a bill to protect Dirty Cop Robert Mueller.

Robert Mueller isn’t a king. He is not immune from criticism or from being fired.

In fact, the whole point of a special counsel is to avoid a conflict of interest which clearly Mueller has being that he’s buddies with Comey.


Just like GOP Rep Louie Gohmert recently said, not only does Mueller need to be fired, he needs to be investigated for his role in the Uranium One scandal.

“There is nobody in America that needs firing more than Mueller,” Gohmert said.

“He needs not only to be fired, he needs to be investigated for his part in helping the Clinton Foundation make $145 million from the sale of Uranium when nobody knew more than Mueller did about the investigation, about the Russian efforts to get our Uranium. He participated. He needs to be the target, not investigating,” Gohmert continued.

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