Louie Gohmert Calls Out Mueller On ‘Scalp Hunt’ Of President Trump And Damaging FBI [Video]

Representative Louie Gohmert appeared on FOX News and Special Counsel Robert Mueller came up. The Representative did not pull any punches in his opinion of the Special Counsel. The nicest things he said were calling his job a witch hunt.

The subject of assistant FBI Director Andrew McCabe also came up. Mr. Gohmert would not reveal what was said in the seven hours of the closed-door meeting with McCabe. Also covered were some things that Mueller did to damage the FBI during the investigation of the Boston Bombing. I was not aware of these facts. It was a very interesting few minutes of an interview.

As Written and Reported By Ryan Saavedra for the Daily Wire:

Texas Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert said on Tuesday that he believes special counsel Robert Mueller is out to get President Donald Trump’s “scalp,” and claimed that Mueller has a track record of showing disdain toward anyone who identifies as conservative.

Gohmert joined Fox & Friends to speak on the latest revelations about FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, including that he had already planned his upcoming retirement before quickly shifting gears and focusing on Mueller.

“I have said since day one, since he was appointed, he’s bad news,” Gohmert said. “He’s out for a scalp. He would love to get Trump’s scalp. He would love to be the hero of the left to take out Donald Trump. He will do everything he can to do that and Mueller is not going to be deterred by these people falling around him.”

Gohmert also noted how destructive Mueller was to the FBI and said that he weakened the federal agency more than any other person in history…..


GOP Congressman: Robert Mueller Damaged FBI More Than Anyone Else, Out For ‘Trump’s Scalp’ | Daily Wire

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