Rino Marco Rubio defends Mueller’s endless attacks on Trump as a Russia Investigation – that wasn’t the excuse Rosenstein gave us in the beginning of the “get Trump” inquisition…
RINO Marco Rubio came into the friendly confines of Chuck Todd’s Meet the Press to deliver some back-handed attacks against President Trump and provide some underhanded leftist ammunition.
Rubio says that the criminal coup leader, dirty cop McCabe, should have been able to siphon more money off of the taxpayers, saying, “I don’t like the way it happened. He should have been allowed to finish through the weekend.” He says Sessions should have waited for the IG report and until after he qualified for his benefits and then, if the situation warranted it, done something after the fact. Does he know that Sessions didn’t confer with the IG? [[WATCH VIDEO BELOW]]
He says, “48 hours to go before retirement I would have certainly done it differently, given the fact that there’s still this report out there that hasn’t come in.” There are other reports implicating McCabe in criminal wrongdoing, many of them, which Rubio is fully aware of in his position as a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Chuck Todd incorrectly portrays President Trump as “actively targeted McCabe for over a year” when in actuality it was McCabe and his co-conspirators in the coup attempt who were targeting Trump. He reads a series of tweets from President Trump on the topic of McCabe and asks, “Does this make it look like the President essentially forced the Justice Department to do this?”
Agitating in favor of lawlessness and as if upholding standards of conduct for the FBI and DOJ is somehow a bad thing, Todd asks, “Are you concerned about damage this does to the FBI, to the Office of Professional Responsibility, who apparently made this recommendation and the Justice Department itself?”
Todd takes the position that the DOJ finally holding one of their criminal elites to the same standards as the rank and file and the American people, is a bad thing. Only a corrupt leftist would interpret the Office of Professional Responsibility holding someone professionally responsible as something regretable.
Rubio dodges the question saying that he doesn’t like the back and forth. It’s a deliberate creation of the left but Rubio doesn’t bother to mention that fact. A true Republican leader would put some meat on those boney comments and call out the Democrats responsible and support our President under siege. That’s not Marco Rubio. He then takes the easy tack of defending the agents as a whole as a justification for ignoring the corruption at the top.
If the field office work force is so filled with individuals of integrity then why are none of them standing up to the corruption within their ranks? There is an obvious absence of character that is being glaringly demonstrated through their silence. If they want to have pride in their organization they should take an active role in cleaning out the corruption.
Todd completely ignores the criminality of McCabe and the fact that he was forced to try to run out the clock on his retirement from home due to his own criminal wrongdoing and subversive actions by the FBI Director, Christopher Wray. He quotes McCabe as saying he was fired “because of the role he played and the actions he took and the events he witnessed in the aftermath of James Comey’s firing.” He then throws out a completely erroneous assertion that Rubio doesn’t challenge him on, saying, “This apparently is based upon testimony he gave to the House Intelligence Committee.”
That doesn’t even make sense. He was fired based upon his lying to the FBI and other crimes. Todd knows that but he’s a propagandist, not a news guy. He then reads President Trump’s tweets calling out the witch hunt for what it is, and asks Rubio if there’s anything in there that he finds factually correct.
Rubio then carries some more of the Mueller-Obama-Soros sewer water, saying, “The special counsel is not simply looking at collusion. They’re looking at the entire thing at what happened with regards to Russian interference and whether there was [sic] any US laws broken in the process of Russian interference in our election,” adding, “It is not a collusion probe, it is much broader than that.”
That means Mueller is exceeding his already broad mandate from Rosenstein with the full approval of the establishment traitors. He was authorized to investigate “any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump,” as well as “any matters that arose or may arise directly from the investigation.” They’re slithering across thin ice claiming legitimacy on the “any matters that arose” caveat.
If the FBI or CIA wants to investigate Russia, go for it, that’s their jobs. The pretext for this sham investigation has been met without evidence being uncovered. It’s time for the witch hunt to end with no witches having been found. The sham is being exposed, along with its enablers.
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