This weekend, supporters of Donald Trump made a nuisance of themselves on a number of highways. In New York and New Jersey, they attempted to close down major roadways and bridges. It was even worse in Texas where a caravan of Trump supporters attempted to run a Biden campaign bus off the road.
Video of the incident quickly went viral online. Despite the wishes of Donald Trump, the FBI announced that they would be investigating the incident. This enraged Fox host Lou Dobbs and his guest Devin Nunes who agreed that the decision was “nonsense.”
Dobbs began, “The Biden campaign accused the convoy of trying to run that little, tiny bus off the road. Today police in San Marcos, Texas, said the online footage made it appear that a white SUV was the at-fault vehicle, and the victim was, in fact, a pro-trump truck. That according to police authorities. The at-fault white SUV, a staff vehicle for the Biden/Harris campaign. But the FBI was is so interested in this case, but almost nothing about, well, scandals, Hillary Clinton’s e-mails, you know.”
The Fox host later brought on Nunes. The California congressman agreed, saying, “What law would they possibly be breaking? I watched the footage. Unless there’s something unit see, but I never saw the bus go off the road, and last time I checked it’s okay to drive your pickup truck with a big flag out the side of it or in the back of it. That’s not illegal.”
Watch a clip of the segment below, courtesy of Fox News:
Expose the Bidens: @DevinNunes says there may need to be a special prosecutor & special counsel put on the Hunter Biden case because it’s so big and sprawling. #MAGA #AmericaFirst #Dobbs pic.twitter.com/pX8ybqgykj
— Lou Dobbs (@LouDobbs) November 2, 2020
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