By The Blaze. A reporter for the progressive cable news channel MSNBC was stunned by a New Hampshire voter who warned the Democratic party that they would lose in 2020 if they kept pushing the Mueller report after its release.
“But I do want to bring in one of the voters who I’ve been talking to this morning,” said Ali Vitali. “Harold Chase, and you’re someone who, now that you’ve seen the report come out, what are you thoughts?”
“Well my thoughts are that, like I said earlier, it’s just, it’s all false, the reports, there’s nothing in there that shows the President of the United States is guilty of anything,” Chase told her.
“There’s no Russian collusion and there’s no obstruction,” he continued, “you know they’re gonna try to find something, looking at that report, pick it apart and they’ll try to find something and run with it, and nothing’s gonna happen.” . . .
“Well, the report is out,” he replied. “I think they just need to move on, and just drop it, you know if they just keep going forward, they’re not getting anywhere.”
(Read more from “Voter Stuns Reporter With His Message to Democrats After Mueller Report Release” HERE)
DOJ calls Nadler subpoena for full Mueller report ‘premature and unnecessary’
By Fox News. The Department of Justice responded Friday to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler’s request for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s full and unredacted report, dismissing the request as both “premature and unnecessary.”
DOJ spokesperson Kerri Kupec said in a statement that Attorney General Bill Barr provided Mueller’s report on Thursday with only “minimal redactions” and, “in the interest of transparency,” the department had provided certain members of Congress, including Nadler, with a report that had “even fewer redactions.”
“In light of this, Congressman Nadler’s subpoena is premature and unnecessary. The Department will continue to work with Congress to accommodate its legitimate requests consistent with the law and long-recognized executive branch interests,” Kupec continued.
Nadler said in a statement early Friday that he subpoenaed the DOJ for the “full version” of the Mueller report and “underlying evidence,” requiring the department to comply by May 1. (Read more from “DOJ calls Nadler subpoena for full Mueller report ‘premature and unnecessary'” HERE)