...is not that he's hired a bunch of people who contributed to Hilliary's campaign or are otherwise obviously biased towards the left, but rather that key people in his investigation are spending large amounts of work time on politics, indicating that they are not only biased, but are also incapable of addressing allegations and evidence fairly.
Which suggests that not only Peter Strzok and Lisa Page ought to be under scrutiny, but also Robert Mueller and Rod Rosenstein. To ignore obvious conflicts of interest like this is something taught, really, in the first year of law school--and does not need to be taught to many even before they enter law school. Time to drain the swamp.
Read the whole thing - I'm assuming there's another side to this story, but it's a hell of a story: [Michael Chambers's] nightmare began when a Mississippi social worker, Kyra Re...
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