Rep. Jerrold Nadler doubled-down on the Democrats’ total dismissal of Robert Mueller’s final report on Russian collusion Friday; saying the special counsel couldn’t prove ‘obstruction’ charges because “lots of people destroyed evidence.”
Jerry Nadler to @GMA: Mueller "wasn't able to prove a criminal conspiracy, and one of the reason he said he wasn't able to do it was that lots of people destroyed evidence, perjured themselves." https://t.co/mOQZNKl1wy pic.twitter.com/Q33cVuoWuB
— ABC News (@ABC) April 19, 2019
“The special prosecutor made very clear that he couldn’t reach a determination on obstruction of justice because of Justice Department guidelines which didn’t allow him to do that,” said Nadler.
“Barr has revealed himself as an agent of the President… [Mueller] wasn’t able to prove a criminal conspiracy, and one of the reasons he said he wasn’t able to do it was that lots of people destroyed evidence, perjured themselves,” he added.
COLLUSION DELUSION CONTINUES: Maxine Waters Claims Trump ‘Conspired with the Kremlin’
Outspoken Congresswoman Maxine Waters continued her war-of-words with the White House Thursday; flatly asserting that the Trump campaign “conspired with the Kremlin and oligarchs of Russia.”
“Some people say, ‘How dare her (sic) come out and say, ‘Impeach him? She doesn’t know enough about him to talk about impeaching him.’ But now the American people, whether they say it or not, they know that this man is dangerous,” Waters said.
“That certainly, he conspired with the Kremlin and with the oligarchs of Russia,” she added.
Waters’ comments fly in the face of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s $30 million, two-year investigation; releasing his findings just days ago that confirmed there was “no collusion” between the Trump campaign and Russian officials.
Read the full report at Fox News.
COLLUSION DELUSION: Adam Schiff Digs In, Says ‘Plenty of Evidence of Collusion’
Rep. Adam Schiff doubled-down on his desperate ‘collusion delusion’ assertions this week; bizarrely stating there’s “plenty of evidence of collusion” despite Robert Mueller’s $30 million investigation that found no connection between the Trump campaign and Russian officials.
“There’s plenty of evidence of collusion and corrupt co-mingling of work between the Trump campaign and the Russians. I fully accept that as a prosecutor [Mueller] couldn’t prove beyond a reasonable doubt that crime,” said Schiff.
.@AdamSchiff says he's convinced Trump colluded with Russia.
"There's plenty of evidence of collusion and corrupt co-mingling of work between the Trump campaign and the Russians. I fully accept that as a prosecutor [Mueller] couldn't prove beyond a reasonable doubt that crime." pic.twitter.com/0jz5Sjthhd
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) April 3, 2019
The President unloaded on Rep. Schiff Tuesday over his baseless allegations of collusion between senior Trump aides and the Kremlin; saying there “was no amount” of testimony or documents that would satisfy “Shifty Schiff.”