During a press conference, a heckler shouted “losers!” and other disparaging remarks.
“We know there was collusion,” Nadler insisted several times during an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
“Why there’s been no indictments, we don’t know,” he idiotically claimed.
Um… Nadler, we do know why there’s been no more indictments.
There is no evidence of a crime.
Despite the fact that democrats lied, destroyed evidence, orchestrated massive entrapment plans, and basically conducted a soft coup against an elected President of the United States, Mueller still had nothing.
How much would anyone like to bet if there was the slightest hint of any wrongdoing, the news would be treating like the biggest scandal in history?
Nadler listed the Trump Tower meeting and the way Trump “pressured the FBI to go easy, to stop investigating Flynn,” and Trump firing Comey as evidence of the alleged “collusion.”
Firstly, the Tower meeting was orchestrated by democrats and Glenn Simpson, the founder of Fusion GPS. It was designed to entrap campaign members, but failed miserably.
Second, the president has every right to request the FBI act in an incident that new reports show Hillary Clinton actually committed herself before Barack Obama was inaugurated.
Of course, that was also a set-up by the Obama FBI. General Mike Flynn got arm-twisted into pleading to lying even though the FBI agents who talked to him said he wasn’t lying.
Likewise, the president’s firing of James Comey (which democrats had been screaming for just a year before) was not obstruction. As the executive of the country, he had every right to fire lying James Comey.
It’s his job.
Bash pointed out several times that none of that rose to the level of indictment from the Mueller team, but Nadler ignored it.
“Well, there have been obstructions of justice, whether they are — clearly, whether they are criminal obstruction is another question,” Nadlerexplained.
“But we have — the special prosecutor is limited in scope. His job was limited in scope and limited to crimes. What Congress has to do is look at a broader picture.
“We are in charge — we have the responsibility of protecting the rule of law, of looking at obstructions of justice, abuses of power, at corruption, in order to protect the rule of law so that our democratic institutions are not greatly damaged by this president.”