During former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's testimony on Wednesday, Republican Congressman Jim Jordan pointed out the double standard Mueller's team applied to the Trump campaign and the Clinton campaign during the 2016 presidential election.
Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz is expected to released the findings of his investigation into the origins of the FBI probe surrounding the Trump campaign. The results are expected to be damning and will potentially expose FISA court abuse, in addition to spying, against private American citizens.
During an interview with Fox News Wednesday night, Jordan stressed this point and warned that if the FBI can spy on those working for presidential campaigns, they can spy on anyone.
"If they can do this to the President of the United States. If they can go spy on two people, two Americans associated on his campaign based on this idea that there was some conspiracy which know now is completely false, if they can do this to the President, imagine what they can do to you and I?" Jordan said. "For Bob Mueller not even to look at that or answer any questions about that, not even want to look at that, that's a big concern."
U.S. Attorney John Durham has been assigned and appointed to investigate the improper behavior of the FBI and Department of Justice. This appointment was made by current Attorney General Bob Barr.
If the FBI can spy on a presidential campaign, imagine what they can do to you.— Oversight Committee Republicans (@GOPoversight) July 25, 2019
That's exactly why Attorney General Barr is getting to the bottom of how the collusion delusion started. pic.twitter.com/iq1Q2RsXBJ