Special Counsel Robert Mueller has been spearheading the investigation of a potential tie between President Donald Trump’s campaign team and Russian operatives for over a year now and has gotten nowhere.
Throughout the year, Mueller slandered the president and led a dangerous investigation with almost limitless power.
Now, one Republican Representative is taking a stand against the powermonger — and has resolved to stop Mueller in his tracks.
Representative Ron DeSantis of Florida recently spoke with Breitbart News regarding a proposed amendment that would seriously cripple the special counsel’s investigation.
DeSantis is proposing legislation that will halt the Russian collusion investigation that Mueller has dragged out for over a year.
The investigation brought forth no serious indictments, nor any finding of crucial evidence against Trump’s campaign team.
DeSantis said, “There are really no limitations to what the special counsel can do in either time or scope, and I thought that that was very dangerous. So my amendment would have limited the time–put up, or shut up if you don’t have anything on this Russia stuff. And then, it would have limited it to the campaign.”
“You can’t go back five or six years just trying to find anything on somebody,” he continued, pointing out that Comey was investigating for a year prior to Mueller, and there is zero evidence of any collusion, which was supposed to be the focus of the entire investigation in the first place.
“I think that from the day after the election,” said DeSantis, “I think the Dems and their allies in the media are like, ‘We’ve got to kneecap this guy no matter what we can do. We just have to do whatever we can.’ I think they settled on this Russian narrative. The media is so invested in it, even a little speck of dirt gets blown up.”
He added, “In this case, because the special counsel never identified a crime to investigate, he basically can just go and find anybody involved in this campaign: ‘Can we find anything on this person or that person?’ That is not the way the government is supposed to operate. And because you don’t have guardrails on this thing, it’s obviously something that is possible, and it is a distraction, and it’s just not the way it’s supposed to be done.”
Special Counsel Mueller has led his witch hunt for over a year and has been under fire for taking the investigation too far.
In one instance, Mueller was suspected of breaking constitutional law by leading a raid into the house of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, conducting a search of private property that was not covered by a warrant.
Fox News reported about the incident:
When a report surfaced that federal agents picked the lock on Paul Manafort’s front door for a surprise raid over the summer while the former Trump campaign chairman was in bed, it was also a wake-up call for prominent Houston attorney Tom Kirkendall.
“Here is a United States citizen where the FBI is coming in, picking his lock, and raiding his home in the early morning, over what? It doesn’t matter which side you’re on. It’s just crazy. We’re not the Soviet Union. It’s appalling,” said Kirkendall, who has worked on cases involving one of the special counsel’s key investigators, Andrew Weissmann.
Fortunately, Robert Mueller’s tyrannical power will be cut short if Rep. DeSantis’ amendment passes.
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