Investigative reporter Sara Carter ripped into Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI top investigators following an intense hearing before the House Judiciary Committee.
They “undermined the American people,” Carter criticized during a discussion on Fox News’ “Hannity” on Thursday.
“They really believe that these guys that think they were better, smarter and they think they are the super patriots and we the people are stupid,” Hannity blasted FBI investigators in discussing Thursday’s contentious hearing in which Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray faced lawmakers demanding answers.
“They undermined the American people. They undermined the system that our nation is founded on,” Carter agreed.
“There is nothing more disgusting than thinking that you know everything,” Carter continued.
“That’s the reason President Trump won. Let’s be honest. People were sick and tired of being told they were not smart enough, not good enough. They don’t know what to do,” she argued. “You know what? The American people said we are smart enough, we are good enough and we don’t really care what you have to say because we live in this country and we will vote for whom we want to vote for.”
The Fox News contributor noted how none of the emerging back stories would have been uncovered if the November 2016 elections had turned out differently.
“If Trump would not have won the election, think about what the alternative would be. We would never know what happened,” she said.
Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett concluded the segment with a scathing rebuke of the FBI’s bias and corruption, slamming fired FBI chief James Comey as well as agency officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
“People like Rosenstein and Comey and Strzok and Lisa Page and the whole gang are a symbol of corruption and how absolute power corrupts absolutely,” Jarrett said.
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