Rubio In 2012: No Attorney General Is Above The Law And One Held In Contempt Should Resign [VIDEO]

The Tampa Bay Times reports:

Video unearthed Wednesday by an activist group shows U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio making the case for Attorney General Eric Holder to resign after he was found in contempt of Congress in 2012.

“No one can be above the law, not even the Attorney General,” Rubio says in the clip. He added: “I think an attorney general held in contempt of Congress is someone who should resign.”

The video’s unveiling comes on the same day the House Justice Committee voted along party lines to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt for failing to deliver an unredacted copy of the Mueller report and ignoring other subpoenas.