VIDEO: Dershowitz Says Next Report Will Almost Certainly End Bogus Mueller Investigation
There’s not a rarer creature on the earth than a Democrat that agrees with the Trump Administration.
All things being fair, it’s completely possible for one person to hold some of the ideas of one group to be true and the ideas of another to be true at the same time.
The interesting thing about those folks is that they are more than willing to call things down the middle as much as possible.
CNN recently released a poll revealing that only 41% of Americans approve of how special counsel Robert Mueller is handling the Russia investigation.
Alan Dershowitz, a lifelong Democrat and Harvard Law professor, was interviewed as to his thoughts around the low approval rating of Robert Mueller, during his appearance on Fox and Friends.
Host Ed Henry asked Dershowitz if he would explain his thoughts on the direction of Robert Mueller’s investigation, since the majority of Americans aren’t really buying into it, and that it “seems like it will be a very difficult road ahead”.
Dershowitz reminded the Fox News hosts that the poll was taken before IG Horowitz’s report was released.
He also reminded them of their previous discussions, “It really does show what I’ve been saying from the very beginning, that we did not need a special counsel.”
Dershowitz reiterated that either an “objective, neutral, non-partisan investigation, either a congressional committee or by the IG is more efficient, it’s quicker and it has a greater degree of credibility.”
He went on to explain that the IG reports shows us how we can get to the “bottom of things” without using the criminal justice system, or as Dershowitz accuses the special counsel of doing, “using criminal law as a’ weapon’.”
He also pointed out how the special counsel first goes for the “low hanging fruit” first and then tries to get them to flip and to cooperate.
Fox host Pete Hegseth asked Dershowitz, “When does this end, and where will it end?”
Dershowitz points out that it will end when there are indictments of the “low hanging fruit” some “indictments and pleas from people who are peripherally involved in the campaign, or who committed crimes, not before the special counsel was appointed, but because the special counsel was appointed. The appointment of the special counsel creates new crimes….obstruction of justice, tampering with witnesses.”
“I think we end with a report, a report that is probably very critical of the President and that does not recommend indictment or does not indict him, because a sitting president can’t be indicted, and doesn’t come to any conclusion regarding impeachment, just says ‘here’s the things that he did, now Congress, you consider impeachment’.”