It’s no secret the American people are tired of the Mueller probe. It is becoming painfully obvious to a majority of American’s that the Mueller investigation is a politically charged plan and a tax-money waster.
According to Harvard CAPS/Harris Poll released by The Hill, “almost 60 percent of Americans think special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation should wrap it up within the next six months.” Which is slightly ahead of the 2018 mid-term elections. And “thirty percent of Americans believe the investigation should stop immediately, the poll found.” (VIDEO BELOW.)
Matthew Gatez says it best when he was on an interview with Lou Dobbs. He says, “I think the goal is just to drag it on and to continue to have a cloud over the Trump presidency to potentially sway voters in the midterm elections.”
Gatez continues, “I don’t think there is a sincere investigatory outcome here. I think it’s largely turned into a political exercise.”
He then addresses Lou directly, “And the reason I believe that, Lou, is that we continue to see examples where people at the FBI and Department of Justice NOT acting as investigators. [Or] Attorney’s. They’re acting as political hacks.”
Matthew then describes what a political hack behaves like, he says, “Leaking information to the press. And then, even when they knew it wasn’t credible, presenting it to a FISA court.” (VIDEO BELOW.)
The House member then comments, “This is to receive a political outcome. And not to deliver justice. And that is what troubles me as a member of the Judiciary Committee.” BOOM!
See Fox Business News video tweet below!
@RepMattGaetz on the Mueller probe: “I think the goal is just to drag it on and to continue to have a cloud over the Trump presidency to potentially sway voters in the midterm elections.” (VIDEO BELOW.)
.@RepMattGaetz on the Mueller probe: "I think the goal is just to drag it on and to continue to have a cloud over the Trump presidency to potentially sway voters in the midterm elections." pic.twitter.com/DXYadfkHjv
— FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) May 27, 2018