A top Democrat just snapped and attacked Robert Mueller. It was all caught on camera for national television, and now it’s spreading like wildfire across the country.
Appearing on CNN for an interview with Wolf Blitzer, far-left Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) called into question a clarification Mueller issued in the middle of his testimony. “I don’t know who got to him,” he said.
During the hearing, Lieu said to Mueller that “the reason that you did not indict the president is because of the [Office of Legal Counsel] opinion that you cannot indict a sitting president.”
Mueller initially confirmed this to be the case, however, after a recess, he issued a fascinating clarification by saying that his office “did not reach a determination as to whether the president committed a crime.”
Reportedly, Mueller was trying to make it clear that it wasn’t the Office of Legal Counsel’s opinion keeping him from indicting Trump — it was the fact that the evidence against Trump didn’t exist to take action.
Unsurprisingly, Lieu took to CNN and started to spout off conspiracy theories. “I don’t know who got to him, I don’t know who talked to him, but that was really odd what he did,” he opined.
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