Paul Rand (KY-R) is standing in the hallowed halls of Congress just after President Trump speaks to the American people on the raid that took place on his personal attorney.
Consequently, Senator Rand interviews with Fox News. Rand is brilliant in his assessment of what the raid means to you and me. (VIDEO BELOW.)
Paul begins by saying the “First question, we ought to ask is ‘what does this have to with Russia’?” And he is correct. The answer is nothing. Absolutely nothing. Paul continues, “You know, I thought the special prosecutor was investigating Russian Collusion.” We did too, Senator.
Then Paul Rand says it, “You know, going after someone’s personal attorney is a GREAT OVERSTEP. I think, in the authority of the prosecutor.”
Additionally, he went on to explain, “This is why I have opposed, really, having special prosecutors for almost anything. Because I think they abuse their authority. So, I think Mueller has abused his authority.” That is quite an assessment. Although, it is quickly becoming obvious to everyone.
Rand continues and points out that the raid was Mueller’s idea, “And they say, well, he asked somebody else. [He asked] another U.S. Attorney to do it. Yes. But, this is coming at the behest of Mueller. So I think this investigation has nothing much to do with Russia.“ (VIDEO BELOW.)
Rand says, “But I would warn people around America.” He then addresses the never-Trumpers, “that say, ‘oh this is just fine because it’s against President Trump’.”
He tells the people in America who are not on President Trump’s side, “this is an enormous power that can be used against anybody. Remember what Chuck Schumer said a couple of months ago? He says that ‘If you cross the intelligence agencies. They can screw you six ways to Sunday.” And that includes Trump haters as well as Trump supporters. It includes, all of us.
Rand explains, “This is about enormous power. Prosecutorial power, but also, a power in the intelligence communities. We have to reign this in. Or every American citizen is exposed to this kind of abuse of power.” (VIDEO BELOW.)
Do you agree that Mueller has made a GREAT overstep in his authority and power as Rand Paul says?
The Fourth Amendment states, “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”
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