The thing about several years of the Obama White House is that there were so many corrupt people in the administration that it would almost take the entirety of President Trump’s first term to get things lined up to prosecute all of them.

Thankfully, they have put their feet in their mouths so many times on different issues that they have made it so easy to catch them in their lies.

That, and they weren’t really good when it came to covering their tracks.

Added to that, not every member of the mainstream media has been someone that was a complete and total liar.

Hat tip to Maria Bartiromo who has been one of the few honest members of the media.

U.S. Representative John Ratcliffe (R-TX) joined her this morning.  Rep. Ratcliffe is a former federal prosecutor.

Along with Nunes, who was privy to classified information, he saw through the collusion delusion early on and became a staunch defender of President Trump’s rights as an American.

On Wednesday, Ratcliffe tore special counsel in name only, Robert Mueller a new one when he pointed out that the special counsel investigation had been, and remains, a witch hunt:

Today, he discussed with Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo what Americans can expect next.

“The person who learned the most about what was in the Mueller Report was Robert Mueller.”

Rep. Ratcliffe properly restrained himself displaying the words of a federal prosecutor who respects the fact that everyone is afforded the presumption of innocence until they are proven guilty:

“I think the first thing we need to do is make sure we don’t do what the Democrats have done.

They [Democrats] accused Donald Trump of a crime and then they tried and reverse engineer a process to justify that accusation.” 

“So I’m not going to accuse any specific person of any specific crime, I just want there to be a fair process to get there. What I do know as a former federal prosecutor is that it does appear that there were crimes committed during the Obama administration.”

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