Mar 13, 2018 - Uncategorized    No Comments

Stefanik offers weak explanation for partisan vote on Russia probe

U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik cites 2018 elections for supporting partisan end of House probe into Russian interference.

A day after the Republicans on the House intel committee announced its conclusion of its Russian interference (totally excluding the committee’s Democratic members), this area’s congress member, Republican Elise Stefanik, offers this weak explanation for supporting a totally partisan action in what she calls a “bipartisan investigation.”

She went along with her GOP majority colleagues in light of “2018 primary elections already underway and only several months until the mid-term elections.”


She says she will “continue to be an outspoken supporter of the Mueller investigation, which I believe is best equipped and our best hope to get to the apolitical truth.”

Meanwhile, she considers her committee’s incomplete report finished, and the Republicans can tout its findings, which fly in the face of what our nation’s intelligence has established about Russian interference and the unresolved question of collusion by Trump or his family and supporters.

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