Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) admitted that the FBI held clandestine meetings “at the highest levels” in their effort to remove President Trump from office.
Johnson spoke with Fox News’ “Special Report with Bret Baier” on Tuesday night, and described how Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 election was no longer legitimate, due to shockingly blatant corruption and bias against the President.
“What this is all about is further evidence of corruption, more than bias,” Johnson explained. “Corruption of the highest levels of the FBI. The secret society — we have an informant talking about a group that was holding secret meetings off-site.
“There is so much smoke here,” he added.
Baier seemed stunned by the revelation—asking about the so-called anti-Trump “secret society” that FBI agent Peter Strzok had referenced in texts with his mistress, FBI lawyer Lisa Page.
When Baier suggested whether Johnson had confirmation that “secret meetings off-site of the Justice Department” had occurred among FBI agents, Johnson answered: “Yes.”
“We have to dig into it,” he added. “This is bias, potentially corruption, at the highest levels of the FBI. Robert Mueller used to run the FBI. He’s in no position to do an investigation over this kind of misconduct.”
“I think at this point, we probably should be looking at a special counsel to undertake this investigation,” Johnson added. “Congress is going to have to continue to dig.”