Earlier today on Fox and Friends First, Katrina Pierson discussed the need to investigate biases in the FBI.
This comes off the heels of the bombshell revelation that Peter Strzok, one of the lead FBI agents that was removed from Mueller’s team had been exposed for having a blatant pro-Hillary, anti-Trump bias. Strzok had a pivotal role in the Hillary email investigation, leading many to question the legitimacy of the Comey led Clinton investigation that failed to yield an indictment.
House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes has now announced he will move to hold top Justice Department officials in contempt of Congress by the end of December, due to their failure to deliver subpoenaed information about the Russia probe to his committee.
It’s one of the things that a lot of people have been upset about with Attorney General Jeff Sessions. If he’s not going to appoint a special counsel to investigate the investigators, the House has no choice to move forward with contempt. This idea that suddenly now they want to make people available to talk to the House after the threatening of being in contempt, that’s unacceptable. We are talking about millions of dollars that private citizens had to be paid through hiring attorneys to fight this ridiculous Russia case.
.@KatrinaPierson on @FBI bias: I see no reason why the House doesn’t move forward with contempt charges…We have to investigate the investigators at this point b/c the BIAS is absolutely CLEAR. pic.twitter.com/XjBMkM1GPt
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