- Apr 14, 2008
- Reaction score
- Huntsville, AL (USA)
- Political Leaning
McConnel - “I mean there's been no indication, as you can imagine – I talk to the president fairly often – no indication that the Mueller investigation will not be allowed to finish, and it should be allowed to finish,” McConnell told reporters on Wednesday.
He went on: “We know how the president feels about the Mueller investigation but he has never said he wants to shut it down. I've never heard anybody down there say they want to shut it down. I think it's in no danger and so I don't think any legislation is necessary.”
Source: ABC News
Sen. Grassley - Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley said he also supported the bill but would not lobby McConnell to allow the measure to move forward.
"Every bill that comes out of my committee, I'd like to see a vote. But whether it comes up will be up to the leader and I'm not going to lobby the leader," Grassley told reporters on Tuesday. "If it comes up, I'll vote on it. And I think it ought to pass."
Given what these high ranking, influential members of the Senate have said concerning their support for the Mueller investigation continuing until its conclusion, do you think the Russia investigative report will ever see the light of day in the public square even if the bill to protect Mueller does somehow find its way to the Senate floor and is subsequently approved? Listening to the public statements from the likes of Sen. Lindsey "Leach to Power" Graham, Senate Majority Leader Mitch "The Turtle-Weasle" McConnel, and Sen. Chuck "Snake in the Grass"ley concerning protecting the Mueller probe via a Senate bill, I believe it's unlikely they'll do anything to protect Mueller, but that's probably because they know Mueller's Russian Collusion Report will never be released to the public.
What say ye?