Kirsters Baish| Founder and President of Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch, Tom Fitton, made an appearance on Fox News Network’s “Sunday Morning Futures” with host Maria Bartiromo yesterday. During his time on the air, the two spoke about Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s corrupt investigation against President Donald Trump.
The Judicial Watch founder explained that Mueller really needs to testify in front of Congress about his numerous conflicts of interest in the case.
Tom Fitton stated, “He needs to be held accountable. And I’d like to see Mr. Mueller on his list of witnesses for Congress. Why isn’t he being brought in and asked about how he was hired, the scope of his work, how he administers his office, why he can’t find and Republicans to hire, what was he doing with Peter Strzok that he let him out and then he hid that information on the reason that he kicked him off his team for four months? Basic questions.”
Take a look at the video clip from Sunday Morning Futures:
Just last week, Fitton claimed that Mueller’s investigation wouldn’t be happening if not for terminated FBI agent Peter Strzok. He called the anti-Trump former FBI agent the “architect of the collusion theory.”
Fox News Insider reported:
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said that the firing of former FBI agent Peter Strzok was “long overdue.”
Strzok, who played leading roles on the Clinton email investigation and the Russia probe, was terminated from the bureau on Friday, according to his attorney, who added that the firing was politically motivated.
He testified before Congress last month about the slew of Trump-bashing texts he sent to Lisa Page, his former co-worker and lover, using his FBI phone.
Take a look at what the Judicial Watch President had to say about Strzok’s termination:
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Peter Strzok was escorted from FBI headquarters back in June following the release of Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s much anticipated report, which delved into Strzok’s biased text messages about Donald Trump.
Strzok has claimed that he has not shown any bias as a top FBI agent.
Fitton stated that Lisa Page’s private testimony must be released to the public so America can understand her relationship with Strzok and it’s relation to the Mueller investigation.