Sometimes the truth hits deep and is not what we want to hear…
Legal analyst from Fox News, Gregg Jarrett, has argued this week over Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, former FBI Director James Comey, and top DOJ officials for the need to be prosecuted for crimes and fraud in suing a former Trump campaign official. The provocative and irrational accusations are the new example of how pro-Trump buffs are attempting to undermine special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Trump’s Russia ties.
They have done this by claiming that the Justice Department has been compromised by anti-Trump bias and corruption. Jarrett has made these accusations during a conversation with Sean Hannity at the Conservative Political Action Conference this Wednesday. Many Trump supporters claim that the Justice and FBI officials used that dossier in the wrong manner and got permission from a court to spy on the former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page in the 2016 presidential elections.
According to subjectpolitics:
The truth hurts but in this case, it is devastating…at least to all the enemies of President Trump who can’t wait for Mueller to take him down.
Not so fast.
Sean Hannity took the stage at CPAC yesterday and went right to the heart of the whole sordid Russia matter.
CPAC is the annual convention of conservatives officially titled the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Jarret, a Fox News legal analyst, has been an outspoken critic of the witch hunt against President Trump and came ready to make his case to the audience.
He told Sean Hannity, in response to a question about who on Mueller’s team could be in legal jeopardy:
“Well, I think James Comey, who signed off on it, Rod Rosenstein, who signed off on it, [former FBI Deputy Director] Andrew McCabe signed off on it, [former acting Attorney General] Sally Yates as well,” Jarrett said.
“Using a fake document as an officer of the court to convince a judge to spy on an American citizen is six different crimes: abuse of power, false and misleading statements, it’s perjury, it’s major fraud, conspiracy to commit fraud, and obstruction of justice. Those are the crimes and people need to be prosecuted.”
The left, of course, foamed at the mouth when they heard the comments from Jarret and closed their ears to the bad news and accused him of all things horrible.
Look, no one knows what is going to happen except that this investigation is coming to an end soon, and from all the evidence made public, it is not Trump who should be nervous.
Instead, as Jarret eloquently said, the investigators may be the ones facing a serious investigation.
We live by the rule of law and that certainly applies to the left as well as to Team Trump.
Last night on Hannity before a live CPAC audience, Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett said that James Comey, Rod Rosenstein, Andrew McCabe, and Sally Yates committed six different crimes and should be prosecuted. pic.twitter.com/wsllo84DfK
— Matthew Gertz (@MattGertz) February 22, 2018