Rep. Biggs Shuts Down Mueller’s Deputy For Trying to Bail Stuttering Mueller Out of Answering When He Concluded Trump Didn’t Conspire with Russians (VIDEO)

Special Counsel Robert Mueller testified before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday morning.

Mueller looked like a confused, stuttering, lost and nervous doddering old man. He frequently paged through his notes.

Congressman Andy Biggs (R-AZ) asked Mueller when he personally concluded that Trump did not collude with the Russians.

 

‘We investigated for 2 years,’ Mueller said obfuscating.

Biggs pushed back and asked Mueller if he came to the conclusion that Trump didn’t collude with the Russians before he wrote his garbage report.

Mueller stuttered as he refused to answer directly. Shocker.

At one point, Mueller’s deputy Aaron Zebley tried to rescue Mueller and bail him out because he was obviously struggling to answer Rep. Biggs’ questions adequately.


Biggs shut Zebley down and said, “No, no, I’m asking the sworn witness.”

The truth is Mueller knew there was no ‘Russian collusion’ before he was even appointed as special counsel.

Hillary Clinton’s phony dossier permeated the special counsel investigation according to Rep. Nunes who has seen Rosenstein’s ‘scope memo’ giving Mueller authorization to investigate ‘Russian interference.’

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