Laura Ingraham accuses House Judiciary Committee of “committing a fraud” by voting to subpoena the Mueller report

Laura Ingraham accuses House Judiciary Committee of “committing a fraud” by voting to subpoena the Mueller report

Ingraham: ​"Any judge considering this should sanction any lawyer who signs his name on this request for a subpoena"

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From the April 3 edition of Fox News' The Ingraham Angle:

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LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): Today, the Democrats engaged in a bit of theater in a desperate effort to keep the Russian collusion drama going. Jerry Nadler's Judiciary Committee, along party lines, voted to subpoena the entire unredacted Mueller report, and all supporting evidence from the Department of Justice.

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INGRAHAM: Now understand this, with this move, Nadler is -- well, the committee, again, party line vote -- is actually committing a fraud. It's a fraud if ultimately filed at the Justice Department, on the Justice Department. And just the discussion of it, it's a fraud on the American people.

Any judge considering this should sanction any lawyer who signs his name on this request for a subpoena, given that the law prohibits Attorney General Barr from releasing underlying materials without a careful review for any grand jury information that would be prohibited by law to release.

Previously:

Fox & Friends' Steve Doocy on the Mueller report: "Why are the Republicans hiding it? They're hiding it because it's the law."

The Mueller probe is over. Now Fox News wants retaliatory investigations.

Fox & Friends host misleadingly claims "Mueller was very emphatic according to Bill Barr. There is no collusion."

Sean Hannity justifies keeping Mueller report hidden from the public
 

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Fox News Channel
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Laura Ingraham, Robert Mueller
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The Ingraham Angle
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