The actress took to Twitter to respond to a tweet sent by Trump
Hollywood liberal and gun control activist Alyssa Milano has threatened Donald Trump a revolt if Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the 2016 election is ended.
The actress took to Twitter to respond to a tweet sent by President Donald Trump, urging Attorney General Jeff Sessions halt the Mueller probe.
“If they fire Mueller, we take to the streets”
“This is a terrible situation and Attorney General Jeff Sessions should stop this Rigged Witch Hunt right now before it continues to stain our country any further. Bob Mueller is totally conflicted, and his 17 Angry Democrats that are doing his dirty work are a disgrace to USA!” President Trump tweeted.
According to Breitbart: Indeed, July 31 marked the two year anniversary of the FBI investigation into the Trump campaign. The probe has yet to produce evidence of the Trump campaigns collusion with Russia.
President Trump blasted Wednesday the politically partisan lawyers on Mueller’s team.
“Bob Mueller is totally conflicted, and his 17 Angry Democrats that are doing his dirty work are a disgrace to USA!” Trump tweeted.
If they fire Mueller, we take to the streets. https://t.co/SQePUp94HC
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) August 1, 2018
President Trump’s tweets blasting the Mueller probe come on the heels of polling data that indicates a majority of Americans believe the FBI showed bias in its investigation of Trump.
Last month Former FBI attorney Lisa Page has revealed that the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller is, in fact, a witch hunt against the president, confirming that “Trump is right.”
In a text message sent from Page to her ex-lover, former FBI agent Peter Strzok, last year, the lawyer made the bombshell revelation that the Russian collusion investigation is nothing more than a political witch hunt by saying:
“There’s no big there there.”Page has now blown the whistle to confirm that the message from her former colleague referred to the lack of merit in the Russia investigation, during a closed-door congressional hearing.