Americans Are Appalled at $25 Million Spent on Mueller Investigation
PHILADELPHIA—Even though the release earlier this month of the Mueller report found no evidence of collusion with Russia on the part of the Trump campaign, certain Democrats can’t seem to let go of discussions of further investigations and even talk of impeachment.
In fact, this week, Congressman Mark Green (R-Tenn.) called the subsequent investigations by Democrats a “massive leveraging of the legislative branch against the executive branch” and a “ridiculous abuse of power,” according to Fox News.
Nationally syndicated host and biblical investing authority Dan Celia says the American people are tired of the wasteful investigations, and Democrats have much more to lose if they continue with their obsession.
“We have a Congress that is consumed with the garbage of investigations, impeachment talk and more,” Celia said. “The economy is strong, no thanks to these lawmakers who are only focused on taking down President Trump. The comparison between investigation-obsessed Democrats and Republicans who have focused on the economy and things that really matter to the American people will have a huge impact come election time. The odds of Republicans and conservatives gaining back control of the House of Representatives is growing each day.”
Beyond the exhaustion of hearing about more investigations, many Americans are—and rightfully so—appalled at the amount of money spent on the Mueller investigation: $25 million in the first 16 months alone, through December 2018, CNBC reported.
Celia discusses these and other global and economic headlines on his daily, three-hour “Financial Issues” program, heard on about 650 radio stations nationwide, as well as several television networks.
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