Former Obama administration staffer Ben Rhodes is attacking Attorney General William Barr for “personally leading a sham investigation” to “justify a bizarre conspiracy theory.”
The Attorney General is personally leading a sham investigation to justify a bizarre conspiracy theory and doing so in a way that puts at risk the intel cooperation of allies.
— Ben Rhodes (@brhodes) October 6, 2019
Oh, the irony in that tweet.
For the past three yrs, Ben Rhodes & other Obama staffers were happy to spread the Steele Dossier’s conspiracy theories.
But now, after Mueller found none of it to be true, they’re slamming an AG for scrutinizing how the scam got started in the first place.
— Bryan Dean Wright (@BryanDeanWright) October 6, 2019
You spelled Robert Mueller wrong https://t.co/jnfimhfym0
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) October 6, 2019
Why is Rhodes attempting to discredit an ongoing Justice Department investigation? Remember when it was considered heresy to question the Mueller probe? https://t.co/FldSyR5ivw
— Andrew Amarone (@andrew_amarone) October 6, 2019
Wonder what the Left would say if the president started tweeting about ongoing investigations? Oh, that’s right.
I remember when the logic put forward by ppl like Rhodes was that since Trump criticized and denounced the collusion investigation it was because he must have been guilty. https://t.co/6Uai91HAGU
— Chuck Ross (@ChuckRossDC) |1427a0936439be61|2e42ea53b53a8dcd2560081a2240f008|436732d40d428|
You sound nervous and guilty. https://t.co/2ewUYq4dPN
— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) October 6, 2019
Surely, Rhodes, who was part of the “scandal-free” Obama administration, is not worried.
Let’s SEE how scandal-free they REALLY were: Sharyl Attkisson’s idea for ‘rooting out corruption’ should TERRIFY the Obama admin https://t.co/PFwhdVXVcz
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 7, 2019
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