Paul Ryan assures us he will commit treason to stop bill protecting Mueller

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Early Sunday, Paul Ryan gave an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” While discussing the possibility of passing a bill to protect Mueller, Ryan expressed his lack of support.

Chuck Todd, the show’s host, asked Ryan if he would support the Senate’s proposed bill to prevent the President from firing the Special Counsel. Ryan apparently would not.

Here’s part of that exchange:

Chuck Todd: Do you believe that if the Senate passes this bill to protect Mueller you’ll bring it up in the House?

Speaker Ryan: I don’t think it’s necessary.

Todd: Insurance isn’t necessary, but you buy it.

Thus, if the Senate does pass a bill to protect Mueller, Ryan will apparently try to stop it from passing in the House. He will willingly commit treason against his country. This is unsurprising to many.

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However, Ryan did agree that Mueller should not be fired- or at least that’s what he says publicly. He says that the Special Counsel should be left to do his job and that ‘no one is above the law.’

Ryan still may not be able to stop the measure. Thanks to Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN), a bipartisan discharge petition is on file in the House. This discharge petition can override Ryan and allow for a vote.

You can watch the clip below.


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