Dhillon on Release of Mueller Report

Harmeet Dhillon Appears on FBN’s ‘Lou Dobbs Tonight’ To Discuss the Release of Mueller Report

According to Dhillon:

What an upgrade. To use the term, humanity. He was so competent yet humane and the way he described the situation, he really sucked all the oxygen out of that overheated room. I am looking forward to seeing more of this type of performance by the Attorney General.

Three outstanding investigations are already going on with the Inspector General, The FBI, there is also the investigation into Andrew McCabe. Next to our Attorney general The stage was Rod Rosenstein who sometimes had claimed to say he would wear a wire and today he is standing there ready to help exonerate the president. So I think this kind of attitude runs pretty high up the chain in the DOJ and I think it may take a while to change the culture there but I think we have a good start here.

Everything that went on against the president and many other Americans dates back to the Obama administration. This is not just cleaning up corrupt cops at the FBI and DOJ. There are different political aspects that need to be exposed so they never happen again to any American.

If there’s going to be investigatory work, it would have to be done by the Department of Justice and they are on board with the President right now. We will see more leadership changes there and I hope that William Barr will be given all of the rope and ammunition he needs to go forward. From a political viewpoint, the six heads of the top Democratic Committees in Congress just within the past hour released a joint statement calling for more witchhunt. So that’s what they want to do with their time and it’s not good for America. It’s not just the President and his administration but all the American people that have been cheated out of the government for the last two years.

We have to clean house from top to bottom. When you read some of the things that happened, the President has some people around him that are not particularly supportive of him. That is unfortunate.