Prosecutor Andrew Weissman, a member of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team, reportedly praised former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates after she refused to defend the Trump administration’s discriminatory travel ban targeting Muslim-majority countries, according to an email obtained by Judicial Watch. The email was sent on Jan. 30, months before joining Mueller’s team.
Fox News anchor Gregg Jarrett called on Andrew Weissmann to “resign immediately, or be fired immediately. Robert Mueller’s entire team should be replaced. Mueller himself should be canned. [Deputy Attorney General] Rod Rosenstein should be taken away from anything approaching this special counsel investigation, which means Jeff Sessions, the attorney general, should can them all, fire them all.”
“Jeff Sessions has been paralyzed,” said Fox’s Lou Dobbs.
Jarrett urged Sessions to “un-recuse himself for the sole purpose of getting rid of all of these partisans, including Robert Mueller. And I’m not saying kill the investigation, I am just saying replace these people with fair, impartial, objective people.”
That’s when Dobbs called for an investigation of former President Barack Obama.
“This is not something I would want to argue too vociferously over, but I do think it’s time to kill the investigation,” Dobbs said. “Because first of all, the person who should be investigated is Barack Obama. These interferences, if they are that, occurred under his administration.”
Last week, Dobbs told his viewers that Obama should be detained by U.S. Marshals for criticizing President Trump while traveling abroad.
“I think U.S. Marshals should follow him, and any time he wants to go follow the president like he is, and behave… I mean, this is just bad manners. It’s boorish, it’s absurd, he doesn’t realize how foolish he looks. I mean, he should be brought back by the Marshals,” Dobbs said. “Isn’t there some law that says presidents shouldn’t be attacking sitting presidents?”