Mark Meadows: Inspector General Report Is Delayed — “Crimes Were Committed and People Need to Go to Jail” (Video)
Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) joined Maria Bartiromo this morning on Sunday Morning Futures.
Rep. Meadows told Maria the Inspector General’s report will be delayed but that “people are going to jail.”
Transcript via Real Clear Politics:
MARIA BARTIROMO: So all of these misconceptions and misrepresentations in the Mueller report, is there going to be accountability here, congressman? I mean, you talk about John Brennan, Peter Strzok, Andrew McCabe, James Comey, all of these people that created this narrative that the president was colluding with Russia, will we see accountability?
REP. MARK MEADOWS: Well it’s the number one question I get asked back home in North Carolina and across the country: “Will there be accountability?” And I’m here to tell you this morning, the answer is yes. Bill Barr is serious about making sure they reestablish the reputation of the FBI and the Department of Justice, and I can tell you that unless someone actually goes to jail, most of the people will think that accountability didn’t happen, but I believe based on the documents I’ve seen, that crimes were committed and people need to go to jail.
Rep. Meadows then added in the interview that if Democrats are smart they will not call Robert Mueller in to testify because,
“Jim Jordan and I are very prepared to ask a series of at least eight different questions that would indicate perhaps a lack of thoroughness on behalf of Robert Mueller and his team about Mueller report.”