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House votes to hold Mueller’s witch hunt probe fiscally accountable: Audit bill attached to MUST-PASS legislation

(National SentinelCostly: We’re finally beginning to get an idea of what special counsel Robert Mueller’s witch-hunt investigation is costing taxpayers, but House Freedom Caucus members want more than just rough estimates.

They, like their constituents and tens of millions of Americans, want to know exactly how much tax money Mueller and his Democrat-aligned prosecutors have burned through.

So the wrote a bill to audit Mueller’s probe and attached it to must-pass spending legislation for military construction, veterans, energy and water.

And on Friday the House passed the bill 207-201, so it now it advances to the Senate where it’s likely to remain intact.

So far, according to published reports, the Office of Special Counsel released a statement of expenditures last week noting that $4.5 million has been completely wasted on this bogus probe just over a six-month period.

But this figure is in addition to  $6.7 million the Special Counsel cost the first five months.

So if you add to that other Department of Justice costs “related to Russia,” we get an even higher figure than what Politico estimates to be $17 million total.

And still no evidence POTUS Trump or any member of his team “colluded” with Russia or otherwise undermined the U.S. in any way regarding Moscow.

This, of course, doesn’t even take into account all the lives the reprobate Mueller has destroyed along the way.

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Mueller has been roving around the world looking for something conducting a pretend investigation looking for ‘evidence’ that doesn’t exist — because the Russian “collusion” narrative is a lie.

It’s a fabrication. It was made up by the Democrat-aligned Deep State to undermine our duly-elected president.

Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein is supposed to have “oversight” over Mueller but he’s conflicted too and has been since he named Mueller.

Now, House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows, R-N.C., wants a full accounting of expenditures because he believes the American people deserve to know.

He also believes the legislation will apply more pressure on Rosenstein to release the memo outlining Mueller’s scope of authority as well as help lawmakers get to the bottom of why the FBI launched a counterintelligence probe of Team Trump in the first place.

“I’ve introduced an amendment to require a semi-annual financial audit of special counsels by the GAO. A special counsel’s work is important, but they should not be able to spend taxpayer dollars without accountability. Americans need to know where their money is going,” Meadows tweeted Friday.



When it passed, he noted: “This is a big win for taxpayers–special counsels shouldn’t be able to avoid accountability on where they spend Americans’ money.”

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