Dhillon on the Mueller Report

Harmeet Dhillon Appears on FNC’s ‘Ingraham Angle’ To Discuss the Mueller Report

According to Dhillon:

The term “relitigated” is abused in our professions, but this is really relitigating in a criminal proceeding that is not getting their desired result. It’s not that they don’t want to follow the rules. They actually are coordinating with the media. So just two weeks ago, the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press filed a lawsuit with this District Court seeking these grand jury materials to be released. That is clearly a coordinated effort with Democrats in my opinion — but wish as you will, the Rule is very explicit. Exactly two weeks ago, the DC Circuit ruled that even though there was a very interesting case involving an indictment of an FBI official in a criminal case 40-50 years ago, that under no circumstances could compelling public interest justify this release. So in case like that where everybody is already dead and there’s no concern about privacy , the court still said sorry we just cannot do it. They said the rule is very, very clear.

Anybody who is hoping to maintain some equilibrium on this issue on the left, who running for president, is going to be committed to oust Elizabeth Warren. She is somebody who lied repeatedly throughout her career about who she is. So she thinks this is an impeachable offense or series of offenses. She really has no standings, neither does Eric Swalwell who repeatedly lied to the American people about the evidence he claimed he had seen, which clearly did not exist. Reading this Mueller report, I found it personally to be very biased – I’m hearing, “Mueller is a man above integrity.” I thought it was an extended op-ed, fratuitous smears against the President. It was an objective. With a lack of objectivity and bias, they still couldn’t find anything. So these hacks, I have no other word of them, to use this to tear apart the country in this way. I would say have at it from a political point of view. But from the country point of view, think it is really bad.