While appearing on Sunday’s edition of CNN’s “State of the Union” with guest host Dana Bash, Jerrold Nadler, Google’s bought-and-paid-for congressman from New York, dismissed the finding of no collusion in AG Barr’s summary of the Mueller report and told Bash he not only knows there was collusion in the 2016 election, but that he intends to keep the anti-Trump witch-hunt alive.
“We know there was collusion,” he said, according to a report at the Daily Caller. “Why there’s been no indictments, we don’t know.”
Perhaps that’s because there’s no reason to hand indictments down. But we digress.
The Daily Caller informs us:
Nadler listed the Trump Tower meeting — which has been the subject of numerous false reports — and the way Trump “pressured the FBI to go easy, to stop investigating Flynn,” and Trump firing Comey as evidence of the alleged “collusion.”
Bash pointed out several times that none of that rose to the level of indictment from the Mueller team, but Nadler quickly shrugged it off.
“Well, there have been obstructions of justice, whether they are — clearly,
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