Reader Poll: Reschenthaler Deserves a Failing Grade for Mueller Hearing
The long awaited hearing Congressional hearing with former Special Counsel Robert Mueller has come and gone. While three Freshman Representatives from the state had the chance to ask questions to Mueller in front of the House Judiciary committee and nearly 13 million viewers at home watching on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC, we asked the PoliticsPA audience to weigh in on the performance of Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-Allegheny).
During Reschenthaler’s five minutes of questioning, he accused Mueller of leaving out information in the report that would have been helpful for the President and said some of the information made public in the report without an indictment or prosecution was “Un-American.”
With 707 votes casted, 53% of PoliticsPA readers believe that Reschenthaler deserves an “F” grade for his questioning during the Mueller hearing. However, the second highest letter grade selected was “A” with 28% giving Reschenthaler the highest grade possible. Coming in third place with 11% of people giving Reschenthaler a “D”, followed by 5% grading his performance as a “B”, and rounding out the list is 4% giving him a “C.”
Reader Poll: How Would You Grade Reschenthaler’s Questioning During the Mueller Hearing?
- F (53%)
- A (28%)
- D (11%)
- B (5%)
- C (4%)