Does Congress do anything other than launch investigations against the president? Every day, some congressional committee calls for another probe into the activities of someone I’ve never heard of — who may have lied to the FBI, or lied about lying, or is just a born liar — and, by the way, Brett Kavanaugh got drunk in high school. Not surprisingly, despite the corruption we know runs rampant in Congress, they never investigate themselves.
This isn’t a partisan rant. Both parties in Congress are guilty of wasting time and money on frivolous investigations. I’m a Republican, but I thought Bill Clinton had a good first term because he worked with Congress to pass several good laws that are still in effect today. His second term was stolen from him by Independent Counsel Ken Starr whose excessive investigation crippled Washington for four years, for what? A blue dress and a semen stain.
When was the last time this Congress passed legislation? We call them lawmakers for a reason; at least, we used to. So far, the Mueller investigation has cost nearly $40 million. I wonder how many children could have been rescued from poverty with that money.
Instead, we’ve got the biggest hypocrites in America — Congress — chasing cameras and pontificating about “Russian collusion.” Meanwhile, Robert Mueller is arresting everyone who looks at him cross-eyed. Amazingly, he’s sending people to prison for lying to the FBI. Is that even illegal anymore? Everyone lies to the FBI; even the FBI lies to the FBI, and yes, the FBI is also under investigation. To sum it up, everyone in Washington is under investigation for lying to the FBI. I mean, seriously, am I the only one laughing at these clowns?
Former chief speechwriter to Gov. George E. Pataki,
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