Grand Junction Indivisible Rallies for Mueller Investigation

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - Members of Grand Junction Indivisible are demanding answers into the investigation involving Russian meddling into the 2016 presidential election.

The group met outside of Alpine Bank here in Grand Junction to make their voices loud and clear.

They're asking that Representative Scott Tipton and Senator Cory Gardner protect special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.

Those with the organization said as the investigation moves closer, President Trump has reportedly threatened to take steps to fire the special counsel.

"We want to know what happened. If it clears him, okay. If it doesn't, then we have to go forward. We just want the truth. We want the investigation to progress and not have a specter hanging over it's head of being shut down by the President," said Charlie Post with Grand Junction Indivisible.

"This is not The Apprentice. He doesn't have a right to say you're fired," said Fredericka Banks, Protestor.

Protestors are demanding that Senator Gardner support either of the two pieces of bipartisan legislation introduced in the senate.

The first piece of legislation by Republican Senator Thom Tillis, would allow Mueller to challenge his potential dismissal in federal court.

The second by Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, would require a judicial review before removing a special counsel from their position.

Those with the organization said while both bills take a different approach, they would have the same affect-- to stop President Trump from firing Mueller.

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