Mike Rogers: A Congressman Who’s Read a Classified Report Shouldn’t Be Placed Near a Mic

‘I just heard Adam Schiff this morning saying, well, we can’t talk about that but, boy, people are guilty of something’

RUSH EXCERPT:
ROGERS: "That is how the FBI squeezes you. I would say — listen, if I were the committees, I wouldn’t grant immunity. And the other thing I would stop doing is having all of this public attention to an investigation. If this is really an investigation everybody needs to clam up candidly including the president. Stop talking about it. I mean, the most dangerous place in Washington, D.C. right now is between a congressman who has read a classified report and a microphone. That needs to stop and it’s both sides. I just heard Adam Schiff this morning saying, well, we can’t talk about that but, boy, people are guilty of something. He is supposed to be the person helping lead an investigation for a conclusion."

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