At least nine GOP lawmakers on Capital Hill asked Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to hand over the names of “everyone, past and present” working on Robert Mueller’s Russian probe, saying they were “disturbed” over the Democrat-packed investigation, reports Hannity.com.
According to Fox News, the Republican legislators demanded the information from Rosenstein just days after the Inspector General report showed widespread bias throughout the DOJ and the FBI both before and after the 2016 race for the White House.
“We know that these biases were shared among multiple people at the FBI and could be easily uncovered by Mr. Mueller with simple vetting,” the letter says. “These individuals should not have been given an opportunity to influence – directly or indirectly – this special counsel investigation.”
“Congress’s constitutional oversight gives us the responsibility to know . . . whether other members of Mr. Mueller’s team harbor political biases and have conflicts of interest,” the letter emphasizes. “These investigators endanger our ability to uphold justice.”