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  • Coup Plotters Against Trump Should Serve LONG Jail Sentences

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    Rep. Mo Brooks says officials attempting a coup against President Trump should be aggressively prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

    During an appearance on “The Dale Jackson Show” on WVNN, Brooks demanded that those who made “false statements” that led to the expensive Mueller probe should face harsh jail terms.

    Breitbart.com reports: “[O]n the executive branch side, [Attorney General William] Barr on his own can be and should be investigating how this got that far wasting this amount of taxpayer dollars,” Brooks said. “At some point in this process, there was somebody who made false statements about alleged Russian collusion to someone in the executive branch.”

    “That is obstruction of justice,” he continued. “That is making false statements to law enforcement officers. And those people, whoever those people are, they need to be uncovered, and they need to be prosecuted because they’re the ones responsible for this two-year debacle, this two-year investigation, this waste of $35 million investigating a non-event.”

    Host Dale Jackson asked Brooks if those individuals would be caught, to which Brooks said he did not know. However, Brooks argued if that is determined, then those individuals should face punishment.

    “I do not know,” he replied. “I certainly hope so, and I hope that this attorney general will be aggressive and get to the bottom of it because the people who are engaged in these kinds of lies, this kind of wasting of taxpayer money should not get away with it. We should catch them. We should put them in jail to the maximum term allowed by law because we should never allow federal government employees to go rogue, to try to engage in what in effect a coup d’état against a sitting president of the United States. That is serious, and that needs to be dealt with seriously.”

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