Democrats and their anti-Trump allies are licking their chops in anticipation of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s testimony before Congress on Wednesday.
The Democrats want Mueller to bash President Donald Trump and give them just enough to keep their impeachment dreams alive.
But House Republicans have their own plan, and it will likely end the Democrats reign of terror.
Top Republicans are planning to ask fierce questions of their own when Mueller takes center stage on July 24 — an offensive strategy of their own aimed at exposing how corrupt and flat-out wrong the Russian collusion theories really are.
Rep. Doug Collins, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, said the American people are sick of hearing about Russia, especially given Mueller’s report vindicated Trump of collusion and obstruction.
Collins said Republicans are united and have one goal with their questioning: to make sure this is the end of the Russia saga.
“Remember, the Mueller report is a one-sided report,” Collins said. “It has not been questioned from the other side. This is our chance to do that.”
“There’s going to be a lot of questions for what he did say, what he didn’t say, and how this thing started,” he said, referring to Mueller.
“This is the time that the Democrats have got to show on their end how much time they have been wasting of our committee and how we have not been getting things done because they simply don’t like this president, who was elected by the people in 2016, and they’re just trying to derail him for 2020.”
Mueller’s testimony could backfire big time on Democrats.
Collins also said that Mueller testifying gives Republicans the chance to prove there was no collusion, no obstruction, and inherent bias at the highest levels of Obama’s FBI when they opened the Russia investigation into Trump.
Collins rounded out his comments by saying that Mueller didn’t even want to testify, but Democrats are so desperate to keep the Trump-Russia collusion theories alive that they threatened to subpoena him.
“So Mueller does not want to come. He does not want to come because he does not want to deviate from his report. What you’re going to get are these incendiary questions about obstruction and impeachment. You are not going to learn anything that you don’t already know. It’s just going to be great for people,” he said.
The top Republican also argued that if Republicans can stick to the known facts about the anti-Trump bias that infected the Mueller investigation, the American people will see that the two-year long probe was shady and led to the president being completely vindicated.
Aside from that, Mueller’s report clearly vindicates the president and squashes the Democrats pipe dream of impeaching the president.
After a two-year investigation, Mueller stated that his team found no evidence that Trump, his campaign, or any American colluded with Russia during the 2016 presidential election.
Back in April, Attorney General William Barr also said he consulted with then-Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein and that they both determined there was no evidence to charge Trump with obstructing justice in the Russia probe.
Barr and Mueller have made it clear that there is no evidence of collusion or obstruction of justice.
The president has been completely vindicated after the two-year Russia probe, and Republicans are prepared to turn the tables on those who started the entire witch hunt.