There is, of course, no law, rule, custom or practice requiring senate confirmation of special counsel investigating possible fraud, corruption and other high crimes and misdemeanors. The senate has nothing to do with it, schitt-head.
If there was such a law, lifelong Republican Robert Mueller would have obviously been voted down 51-49 as would any so called “independent” counsel who had not given a public oath of impartiality and personal loyalty to the man being investigated (as the original framers of the constitution clearly intended it).
The attacked representative parried the tweet neatly:
By the way, according to the president, the jury is still out on whether Saudi crown prince Muhammad Bin Salman ordered the execution of a journalist he hated. The CIA rushed to judgment, recently concluding, based on all available evidence, that the order came from him. After only six weeks! SAD! Presumption of evidence and schitt!!!!