Democrat Senator Warns Mueller About Releasing His Findings?

Sen. Bob Casey Jr. (D-Pa.) has gone on record and warned Special Counsel Robert Mueller to not release findings regarding the Russia collusion probe during election season. So far, the Special counsel has come up with no collusion involving the Trump campaign.

There does seem to be some collusion involving the Clinton campaign, the DNC, Fusion GPS, and maybe some FBI and DOJ people. Also, there are 13 Russians and 3 Russian organizations that have been indicted for meddling in the election. So just what is it that the Senator from Pennsylvania is worried about? Has the whole affair boomeranged back to the Democrats? Is that what he is afraid of?

As Written and Reported By Ed Morrissey for Hot Air:

Oh, why not? Wouldn’t that be hilariously ironic, no matter how Robert Mueller’s report turns out for Republicans and Democrats? Presumably, the special counsel has learned that lesson from his good friend James Comey, but beleaguered incumbent Democrat Robert Casey Jr wants to make sure of it:

Sen. Bob Casey Jr. (D-Pa.) on Sunday warned special counsel Robert Mueller against issuing a report on his findings in the ongoing investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election near the upcoming 2018 midterm elections.

Speaking to radio host John Catsimatidis on New York radio station AM 970, Casey said he couldn’t make any assumptions about where the Mueller investigation is going in light of indictments issued on Friday. But he added that he would recommend Mueller not release a report on his findings near the midterms, when it would distract from elections or cause people to question the election’s integrity.

“I don’t think we’ll know anywhere near the full story until [Mueller] issues his report,” Casey said. “But once you get into the summer, and ….


Dem Senator to Mueller: Don’t release findings around the midterms

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