Oh No, Joe! Senator Ron Johnson: ‘Not a Big Fan’ of Special Counsels, But ‘Don’t See How You Avoid One’ if Biden Wins
The fallout from the 2020 elections on November 3rd, could include a deep investigation into the Biden family’s decades of questionable financial activities.
Our country just endured Special Counsel Mueller’s two-plus year Russian Witch Hunt. After spending $30 million-plus dollars, they came up with nothing, to the dismay of the left.
In spite of no evidence going in, the power wielded by the Special Counsel still ran the course, can you imagine if there had been evidence of collusion?
Unlike the Mueller investigation, thousands of damning emails, videos, and photos of the Biden’s have been assembled leading to calls for a Special Counsel to look into Joe Biden’s activities using his VP position for personal gain.
On Wednesday, Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) said if 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden wins next week’s election, there might need to be a special counsel to investigate. GOP lawmakers have been urging Attorney General William Barr to appoint a special counsel to investigate before Election Day.
In an appearance on Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria,” Johnson admitted he is “not a big fan” of special counsels, but argued one is necessary to get to the bottom of Hunter Biden’s business dealings overseas.
“Do you want to see a special counsel?” host Maria Bartiromo asked.
“You know, I am not a big fan of special counsels, but if Joe Biden wins the presidency, I don’t see how you avoid one,” Johnson replied. “Otherwise, this is going to be, you know, tucked away, and we will never know what happened. All this evidence is going to be buried, so I think we have to have a special election if Joe Biden wins.”
The Homeland Security Committee, which Johnson chairs, was one of two Senate panels that examined Hunter Biden’s role in overseas business dealings when his father served as vice president in the Obama administration.
The two committees released an 87-page report in September that concluded that the younger Biden’s work on the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company, “was problematic and did interfere in the efficient execution of policy with respect to Ukraine.”
By assigning a Special Counsel, the DOJ would turn over the non-partisan investigation over to team with massive resources and power to investigate, and whose final recommendations would probably be disasterous to the Biden’s.
Without a Special Counsel the odds of seeing justice in the Biden’s actives would be as likely as what we have seen with the Clinton’s. ZERO.