Nineteen GOP Congressmen signed a letter which was sent Friday calling for Congressional hearings on Special Counsel Robert Mueller to keep him and his seventeen liberal hack lawyers accountable.
The letter sent to House Judiciary Committee chairman Bob Goodlatte and Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley opens up by pointing out that every U.S. Attorney has to be confirmed by the Senate. This process brings forward any conflicts of interest, bias or questionable past conduct. Mueller and his team arguably have more power yet have not gone through any such process.
“This team has sweeping authority and an open-ended mission, yet they are allowed to operate largely in secret, selected by and ultimately accountable to only one person: Mr. Mueller himself. With numerous reports emerging almost everyday on possible conflicts of interest and allegations of political bias, it would be in the interest of both the public and the Special Counsel team to speak to the American people through their elected representatives in Congress.”
“Accordingly, we respectfully request that one of both of the Judiciary Committees immediately convene a public and open hearing or series of hearings to bring Mr. Mueller and his team out of the shadows and into the public square.”
H/T Alex Pfeiffer of The Daily Caller
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