Maria Bartiromo Absolutely Destroys Rep. Debbie Dingell Over Dems Relentless Politicized Attacks Against President Trump

Maria Bartiromo destroys Rep. Debbie Dingel over the treatment of President Trump.

Michigan Democrat Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D-MI) joined Maria Bartiromo on Mornings with Maria on Thursday morning.

During their discussion, Maria pounded Dingell on the political and lawfare attacks against President Trump.

Here is the transcript of the interview:

Maria Bartiromo: Joining me now is Michigan Congresswoman Debbie Dingle, a member of the House Energy and Commerce and Natural Resources committees, as well as the Select Subcommittee on the coronavirus pandemic. Congresswoman, great to see you again. Thanks so much for joining me. Your reaction to what you just heard and to this vote.

Debbie Dingell: Look, I think that yesterday’s vote is a continued politicization of going after various secretaries. I actually have great deal of respect for our attorney general. I do not think he was playing games. I think there was an investigation. He did not find cause. Republicans didn’t like the outcome. I would really ask us, Maria, on all sides, we had to take a deep breath and stop politicizing people that are in public service. This is a ‘got you moment,’ really. It’s not going to go anywhere. We need We need to be working together on a lot of bipartisan issues that need us working together to solve a lot of problems.

Maria Bartiromo: I think a lot of people feel that way. I agree with you on some level for sure, but have you told the FBI that? Do you think that there’s been a political attack on President Trump since he first entered Washington in 2015?

Debbie Dingell: I think that…

Maria Bartiromo: What’s the answer?

Debbie Dingell: I have to say this to you….

Maria Bartiromo: What’s the answer? Has President Trump been attacked politically because he’s President Trump? Because he’s Trump, has he been attacked politically and it’s unfair.

Debbie Dingell: I think there are a lot of political attacks on a lot of people.

Maria Bartiromo: No, I’m asking about Donald Trump. What about Trump?

Debbie Dingell: President Trump does some things that I have had issues with. You know it, the two of us have had interesting sparse, but we do it directly with each other.

Maria Bartiromo: What specifically?

Debbie Dingell: Look, I think he does some things. I think the way that he goes after people, I think the way that he sometimes twists the facts.

Maria Bartiromo: But I’m asking about that on him.

Debbie Dingell: He was just convicted of 34 counts in a court of 34 counts of a felony in a due process by a jury of his peers.

Maria Bartiromo: What was the crime, Congresswoman?

Debbie Dingell: What was the crime? The crime was that he lied to people. He manipulated payments that were being made. He violated the law in terms of why was he making these payments.

Maria Bartiromo: Do you see any similarity to the 51  intelligence officials who lied about the Hunter Biden laptop right before the 2020 election, calling it Russian disinformation?

Debbie Dingell: Hunter Biden, by the way, we have a problem on all sides with Russian disinformation, so I’m never going to downplay. I think we have real problems.

Maria Bartiromo: But specifically, the Hunter Biden laptop was real. They signed a letter saying that it was Russian disinformation. Is that a similar situation to what President Trump was just convicted of?

Debbie Dingell: Hunter Biden was in a court and convicted….

Maria Bartiromo: No, that was gun charges. That was a very separate situation. Different situation. I’m talking about the Hunter Biden laptop right before the 2020 election. Fifty-one intelligence officials signed a letter saying it was Russian disinformation. They hid the truth before the election. Is that similar to what Trump was just charged with?

Debbie Dingell: There’s an investigation going into that laptop.

Maria Bartiromo: Is there?

Debbie Dingell: I don’t have the facts. I think you’re going to hear a lot more about this laptop in the coming months. I’m not privy, Maria, about what was on there, what wasn’t, what happened.

Maria Bartiromo: No, I’m just I’m asking if it’s a similar situation. Is it a similar situation that people hid truth before the election in 2020 about Hunter Biden, and now Trump was discharged with, I guess, hiding truth ahead of an election about a $130,000 payment he made to a porn star? Is it the same?

Debbie Dingell: First of all, I don’t have all the facts, so I’m careful.

Maria Bartiromo: I’m sorry?

Debbie Dingell:I don’t have all the facts. I think a lot of people were looking for facts, didn’t know what the Biden computer was. I still don’t know. I think this Trump trial happened after. I don’t know all the facts related to this. I read lots of stuff.

Maria Bartiromo: I know that the DOJ used the laptop as evidence in the gun trial against Hunter Biden. They obviously looked at the laptop. They said that it is real, and we knew that it was real at the time, but 51 intelligence officials said it wasn’t. They lied.

Debbie Dingell: I don’t have the letter in front of me. Look, nobody’s above the law. I want to make that really Nobody. The rule of law needs to work in this country. We’ve seen it twice now in the last month, people have been convicted. I want to know that the rule of law works. Nobody. I don’t care if the Republican or a Democrat or who they are, wherever. The rule of law is a very important fact in our country. I totally agree with you. I totally agree.

Bartiromo also destroyed Dingell when it comes to Biden’s broken border and her vote on H.R.2  to secure the border.

Maria Bartiromo: Did you vote against HR2?

Debbie Dingell: I don’t remember.

Maria Bartiromo: You don’t remember if you voted against HR2?

Debbie Dingell: I can’t. It was under Donald Trump, and I can’t remember what I voted on back then, so I should have looked before today. That’s an important bill.

Maria Bartiromo: It was an important bill, HR2. You don’t remember how you voted?

Debbie Dingell: Maria, it’s early morning and it was-

Maria Bartiromo: It’s ten to eight am in the morning, Congresswoman.

Watch the full interview below: