Trump-Loving Alan Dershowitz Goes On Crazy Rant Saying Congress Should Be Sued For Probing Trump
Law professor Alan Dershowitz appeared on Fox News over the weekend to rant about Congress investigating Donald Trump and even suggested that U.S. Congress should be sued for abusing its constitutional authority to investigate the president.
Dershowitz was asked during a segment about special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
“I think it does show that the Mueller commission, ultimately, has not been a success,” Dershowitz said. “It didn’t uncover any of the crimes that were part of its original mandate by any American citizens.”
“But we still can see investigations and prosecutions brought by the Southern District of New York and other prosecutors’ offices,” he added. “In fact, what we may see in the report is a road map for how further investigations both by U.S. Attorneys’ offices and by Congress can be pursued.”
The law professor then ranted about about the investigations taking place in Congress, adding that he is “deeply concerned.”
“They’re supposed to investigate in order to help them pass legislation, not to expose people, not to simply attack people, not to make it harder for an administration to function,” he insisted. “And I think the time will come when lawsuits will be brought to try to limit the ability of Congress to conduct investigations that are improperly motivated.”
Take a look at his rant in the video clip below: