Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida appeared on conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’ “InfoWars” and complained about being called a conspiracy theorist.
Gaetz spoke to Jones about a memo written by Republican Rep. Devin Nunes of California, which is the latest Republican effort to cast doubt over Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible Russia-Trump collusion in the 2016 election, notes Right Wing Watch:
We’re called conspiracy theorists because we see this cabal right in front of us. We’re able to aggregate these data points and show what was really going on. The reality is we’re just looking at the very messages that the people that were at the center of the Hillary Clinton investigation and the center of Robert Mueller’s investigation were saying to one another.
I mean, that seems to be an entirely reasonable review of the facts, to look at the communications between people who had central roles in the investigation. And I don’t think there’s any dispute that there was extreme bias, but not only bias in their minds—in their actions, in their planning, and the things that they were doing.
(Source: Right Wing Watch)