(National Sentinel) Deep State: Thursday evening Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett told “Hannity” host Sean Hannity that special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged collusion between the campaign of President Donald J. Trump and the Russian government is rife with corruption and impropriety.


Noting that congressional Republicans are beginning to piece together what appears to be politically biased actions and behavior by several people associated with Mueller’s investigation, Jarrett said the special counsel’s ‘house of cards’ is beginning to collapse.

“Is the house of cards going to blow down?” host Hannity asked Jarrett.

“I think so. And it’s a shame,” he responded.

“Because there are so many highly qualified experienced lawyers who don’t have a political ax to grind that Robert Mueller could have selected. He did not do it. It was deliberate. It was by design. Instead he stacked it with people with egregious political biases,” Jarrett added.

Continuing, Jarrett noted that in one case, Mueller selected a lawyer for his probe who “defended the Hillary Clinton Foundation,” while another “defended her top IT aide” against charges of corruption.

“I mean, these are people who should be nowhere near this investigation of Clinton’s opponent, Trump,” he said.

Circa News investigative reporter Sara Carter, who also appeared on the program, noted further that House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., was cleared by the House Ethics Committee of charges that he improperly disclosed classified information, a charge Nunes said was politically motivated.


The probe took an unprecedented amount of time — eight months — to conduct, during which time Nunes, who was forced to recuse himself from the panel’s investigation into alleged Trump-Russia collusion, was taken out of the picture.

Carter said according to sources in Congress she spoke to, that has never happened before.

Watch the exchange here:

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