LOU DOBBS (HOST): And very quickly as we conclude here, senator, Emmett Sullivan, the judge in Flynn's case, General Flynn's case, is now playing political games. Perhaps we shouldn't leave it just simply to reform of FISA, but reform of the politicized federal district court system. Your thoughts.
SENATOR RAND PAUL: Yeah. I don't understand how a court can have a case without a prosecutor, so I've never heard of that. I guess a court can appoint a prosecutor, but that, to me, sounds like a judge not being a judge, or not being impartial, but actually becoming part of the prosecution, and that's a really big mistake. So I hope that's not what's going to happen here.