Brian Babin

GOP REP. DEMANDS MUELLER PUBLICLY TESTIFY IN CONGRESS OVER ‘CONFLICTS OF INTEREST’, TURNING RUSSIA PROBE INTO FISHING EXPEDITION

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Rep. Brian Babin (R-TX) is asking fellow GOP Congressmen to sign his letter demanding witch hunt Special Counsel Robert Mueller publicly testify in front of Congress to explain why he’s turning the Russia investigation into a fishing expedition and explain the  conflicts of interest with regard to Mueller’s counsel of16 members who donated “generously” to Democrats or even represented Hillary Clinton herself.

 

Daily Caller reports:

Mueller, who is investigating Russian election interference and possible ties between the Kremlin and the Trump campaign, has come under intense criticism from allies of President Donald Trump for hiring attorneys who have donated to Democratic candidates and for his personal relationship with former FBI Director James Comey. Trump himself has called Mueller’s employment of Democratic donors “ridiculous,” yet he maintains that he has no plans to dismiss the special counsel.

Babin’s letter, which was obtained by TheDC, was sent out to congressmen Thursday and asks for members to cosign a letter he plans to send to House Judiciary chairman Bob Goodlatte and Senate Judiciary chairman Chuck Grassley.

“Every nominee for United States Attorney must be confirmed by the Senate, a process that brings to the forefront any concerns regarding the nominee’s ability to hold their position in a decent and impartial manner. However, as Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III and his team of lawyers investigate our very own president, we as a nation wait in the dark with very little information about those given this great authority,” Babin wrote in the letter to his fellow representatives.

Babin writes in the letter that there are “serious concerns” about conflicts of interest with regard to members of Mueller’s counsel who donated “generously” to Democrats or even represented Clinton herself.

“In addition, this investigation has the potential to drag on for months, or even years, and cost millions in taxpayer dollars,” Babin added.