Warner: 'Incumbent' that Congress Pass Bill Protecting Mueller

During Friday’s Democratic Weekly Address, Senate Intelligence Committee Vice Chairman Mark Warner (D-VA) stated that since Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker hasn’t recused himself from the Mueller investigation, “it is incumbent that the Congress pass the bipartisan legislation that’s already passed by the Senate Judiciary Committee that will protect the integrity of the special prosecutor’s investigation.” Transcript (via FedNews) as Follows:  “Hi, I’m Mark Warner, Senator from Virginia, and the Vice Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee. On the Intelligence Committee, it is our job to ensure that our country, our people, and our values are protected against some of the most dangerous threats facing the United States. At times, however, serious challenges to our democracy can come from right here at home. Today, I want to talk about the president’s threats against the investigation led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and what the implications are for our country. I know it can be easy to get lost in all of the details of this investigation. There have been so many concerning revelations that it can be truly overwhelming. But let’s be crystal clear, this much we know: Russia attacked our democracy in 2016. And we have to get to