ENOUGH IS ENOUGH: Rosenstein Just PUT MUELER IN HIS PLACE ON LIVE TV, Leaving Washington Stunned [VIDEO]

BAISH| We can all rest a little easier knowing that Robert Mueller (leader of the Trump investigation) is finally being held responsible for his actions. The Washington Examiner reported that Rod Rosenstein (United States Deputy Attorney General) explained that Robert Mueller will be required to obtain permission directly from him in order to delve into any possible crime outside of the scope of Russian interference. This is going to be extremely important in making this as fair of an investigation as it possibly can be.

Rosenstein spoke directly to host Chris Wallace on “Fox News Sunday.” He explained. “Bob Mueller understands and I understand the specific scope of the investigation, and so no, it’s not a fishing expedition.”

If you skip to the 8:15 mark in the video below you can see the exchange.



Robert Mueller was appointed by Rosenstein in the first place to lead the investigation back in May of this year. This was following President Trump’s decision to fire James Comey. Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from the case. Rosenstein is assuring everyone that no one should worry about the fact that Mueller is investigating Trump’s financials. (I wasn’t worried anyway. President Trump has nothing to hide… that’s why we elected him as our President. If we had wanted a liar we would have voted for Hillary.)

The Washington Examiner also reported that Rosenstein had indeed confirmed that the investigation is only subject to the rules and regulations that are decided by the Justice Department. It was noted that Rosenstein also explained that Bob Mueller does understand as well as he does that it is not a fishing expedition and should not be treated as such.

In my opinion, it’s about time we start prompting investigations on the entire Clinton family and former President Barack Obama. The Left needs to be held accountable for all of the damage that they have caused. We shouldn’t be wasting time and money investigating President Trump’s alleged “ties to Russia” when they don’t even exist.