Sorry, Congresswoman Pelosi and the rest of Congressional Demoncraps: Redaction is REQUIRED BY LAW, even for Congress. More on that after the link. In the meantime, HERE IS THE REPORT, direct from the Department of Justice itself:
- Robert Mueller – Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election – Volume I of II and Volume II of II.
By law, Special Counsel Robert Mueller was required to keep the report confidential, delivering it to — and ONLY to — the Attorney General of the United States of America. Having served in various capacities in the Attorney General’s office between 1990 and 1993 and again in 2001, as well as the 6th Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation between 2001 and 2013, Robert Mueller knows this all too well.
It’s a shame far too many members of Congress are ignorant of the law. Before we continue, let’s refresh their memories, shall we?
28 Combined Federal Regulations (C.F.R., or CFR, for short) Part 600 — General Powers of Special Counsel covers not only the Special Counsel’s requisite and prohibited actions, but also those of others involved in the process. Funny thing, however, Congress is only mentioned in 28 CFR § 600.7 – Conduct and accountability and 28 CFR § 600.9 – Notification and reports by the Attorney General, and by derivative, 28 CFR § 600.10 – No creation of rights.
In know… Ironic, right? I mean we have the U.S. Constitution, “the supreme Law of the Land,” followed by Federal Regulation, and that regulation actually governs precisely what Pelosi is talking about, but NOT in the way Pelosi presents it to the People of the United States of America.
But don’t take my word for it. Let’s look at it together!!! Keep in mind I’m including ALL of 28 CFR § 600, so please! Do NOT allow Pelosi and the other dipshit Demoncraps to pull the wool over your eyes!