CNN goes to Iowa to ask voters about Russia probe, and didn’t get the answers they probably hoped for

The liberal media is sorely disappointed that people have stopped believing them.

On Monday, CNN’s Martin Savidge sat down with a group of Trump voters from Iowa to ask them about their thoughts on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. The Iowans expressed doubt in the probe, going so far as to call it a “witch hunt.”

Savidge asked the four members of the panel about their faith in the FBI, prompting them to argue that the Bureau has “politicized” its investigation of the president.

“It’s not the FBI, it’s the leadership of the FBI that has politicized this,” salesman Kevin Slaman said. “And in this situation, the people that are at the top of the food chain have decided that they don’t like the game. They’re gonna change it, they’re gonna play by their rules.”

(Photo: Screen Capture).

Vicente Javier, a former minor league baseball player for the Cedar Rapids Reds, called the Russia investigation a “political witch hunt from the get-go” and a “disgrace.”

The four Trump supporters said they would be in support of the president being interviewed by Mueller as long as it was “not under oath.”

Special Counsel Robert Mueller. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images).

They also argued in favor of keeping the Mueller probe in place and letting the investigation “run its course, because the truth will come out.”

President Trump. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster).

After a series of Trump-related botched reports and giving glowing coverage of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un’s sister, is CNN surprised voters are more than a little skeptical of them?

 

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