Tucker: Mueller Probe Shows Political Campaigns Now 'Waged With Guns and Subpoenas'
Tucker Carlson said Robert Mueller's probe into President Donald Trump and his campaign shows that political endeavors are now being "waged with guns, subpoenas and the surveillance power of the U.S. government."
Carlson said that in conventional politics, candidates run on issues and face each other in a way that is in line with historical precedent.
But, he said the Mueller "campaign" being brought against Trump in the form of a special investigation is one "waged with guns and subpoenas."
He alluded to the fact that Mueller or other federal investigators have sanctioned armed raids on Trump attorney Michael Cohen and former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort.
"Now, lives are being destroyed forever," Carlson said. "It's pretty obvious what's going on."
Carlson said that at least one federal judge has appeared to push back against the prowess of Mueller and his team.
Eastern District of Virginia Federal Judge T.S. Ellis III, a Reagan nominee, criticized the Mueller team in court Friday.
Carlson said Ellis accused the team of granting themselves unfettered power.