Ingraham on 'Tainted' Mueller Probe: Shows How Big Gov't Can Threaten Representative Democracy
In her "Angle" monologue tonight, Laura Ingraham said that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe has become "irreparably tainted" after "endless revelations of bias" against President Trump.
"What we’ve seen over the past seven months of the Mueller investigation reveals a lot about how big government can end up becoming a threat to representative democracy," Ingraham said. "And the more we look at the web of Clinton and Obama loyalists who burrowed into Mueller's office, the more obvious it all becomes."
She pointed to Peter Strzok, a former counterintelligence agent at the FBI who was removed from Mueller's team after his anti-Trump texts were discovered.
She noted that one text seemed to reference FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and an “insurance policy” against a Trump presidency.
"That text message could be the smoking gun," Ingraham said.
She noted that it's also been revealed that multiple members of Mueller's team have donated thousands of dollars to Democrats.
She said the entire Russia investigation has become a "complete farce," but she's not calling on Mueller to step down or for Trump to fire him.
Instead, she said, Mueller should put the brakes on the investigation, and allow a respected, independent expert to come in and thoroughly examine the individuals conducting the probe.
"Otherwise, the public confidence in the Mueller investigation can and should collapse under its own weight," Ingraham said.
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