America is populated by a great nation, one which understands how the community works and is part of it as a democratic country.
But we don’t like it when something is ‘kept in the shadows’ and people are speaking up about it.
Donald Trump is being investigated, and the people responsible need to change direction and involve the people more.
If it’s still not clear what we’re talking about, it will become evident in a second. Special counsel Robert Mueller has been working on the case of our President, and is yet to come out in public to share some information. As The Daily Caller reported, representatives led by Brian Babin want that to change.
He has an idea that could be obtained, and it consists of Mueller being called up to a congressional hearing. During that, he can discuss where the case is heading, what they’ve learned on Russian election interference and how much expenses it would take to finish the project.
Here is what Babin wrote in his letter:
“Every nominee for United States Attorney must be confirmed by the Senate, a process that brings to the forefront any concerns regarding the nominee’s ability to hold their position in a decent and impartial manner. However, as Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III and his team of lawyers investigate our very own president, we as a nation wait in the dark with very little information about those given this great authority.”
He is expecting his fellow congressmen to sign on to the letter, which will be open for support until September 6th. It is weird how Mueller hired attorneys with ties to Democratic candidates, and nobody had started a rant already. Trump did not like the move, called it ‘ridiculous’, but nothing major was disclosed.
Another major reason for Mueller to be called up, which Babin proclaims, is the “the potential to drag on for months, or even years, and cost millions in taxpayer dollars.”
We agree with Babin’s statements, but also with what Jimmy Milstead told interviewers – we don’t see why there shouldn’t be very strong support.
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