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Thursday, March 15, 2018

Mueller wants to be fired. Oblige him

Bob Mueller crossed the line today by subpoenaing President Trump's business records.

Mueller is part of a cabal of incompetents in the Deep State's intelligence/prosecutorial circle who missed 9/11 and wrongly claimed Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction.

As FBI director cost taxpayers $5.8 million for harassing a government worker. He insisted the man sent anthrax that killed five people, and hounded the man five years, until the real perpetrator became known.

The power of the state is overwhelming.

Through a private contractor paid originality by the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton, the Obama administration planted a fake Russian dossier on President-elect Trump. This later triggered an unnecessary investigation by Mueller.

He has nothing on Trump but is abusing his authority to do. Mueller is crossing the line in an attempt to goad Trump into firing him.

OK. Let's do it.

Fire him.

Fire Rod Rosenstein, the man who appointed him.

Fire Jeff Sessions who wrongly recused himself allowing this unconstitutional and unfair witch hunt.

"Mueller has subpoenaed the Trump Organization to turn over documents, including some related to Russia, according to two people briefed on the matter. The order is the first known time that the special counsel demanded documents directly related to President Trump’s businesses, bringing the investigation closer to the president," the New York Times reported.

More illegal leaks.

Bush should have fired Mueller over the botched anthrax investigation.

Trump should fire Mueller now. He should take the heat and stand up to the attempt to overturn the 2016 election. My vote matters. We should not have our votes canceled by civil servants and political appointees.

24 comments:

  1. Not this "Deep State" nonsense. The conspiracy nut paradox: the government is both able to pull off a complex conspiracy and at the same time be highly inefficient. It can't be both.

    You bargained for the legal mess when you voted for a crook--who wouldn't release his taxes--and acts as guilty as sin.

    You might want to check with Admiral Ackbar before you advocate firing Mueller. How'd that go last time? You really think Bobby Three Sticks hasn't planned for this?

    Fire Rosenstein. Fire Sessions. Get some lackey to fire Mueller. None of this goes away. When the pardons come, Schneiderman gets the baton.

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    1. I'm triggered by your typing in the basement for Media Matters. (Mods, please delete this offensive garbage. Thank you.)

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    2. Does Fast and Furious qualify as a government conspiracy? Does Hillary and Bill fattening their purses under the aegis of the state department qualify? Life is full of paradoxes. The entire government is not made up of the dull witted bureaucrats that you seem to worship rather than God.

      If business records have been subpoenaed, the subpoena can be appealed, and the reasoning for the subpoena outlined and perhaps narrowed to be consistent with the mandate of the SP. If there can not be shown to be just cause, if it is a fishing expedition, then it can be denied.

      To say that governments are incapable of carrying out conspiracies is to deny the facts of hundreds of years of history.

      Yes. Every form of government as yet designed by man has proven eventually to be incompetent and fail, and parts of them fail off and on from day one. But they have been involved in complex conspiracies from day one, too.

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    3. Teapot Dome, hello.

      Or,

      Tenure of Office Act that was designed to increase the power of Congress over the Executive.

      Lincoln was assassinated. VP Andrew Johnson, a Democrat Southerner Unionist, became President.

      Congress, run by the Radical Republicans, passed the Act over Johnson’s veto to reign him in.

      Johnson fired Sec of War, Stanton, and nominated Grant. Grant took it, then resigned.

      Congress impeached the President. One article of impeachment was for making disrespectful speeches about Congress.

      He was acquitted, but not before the Senate overfilled the Supreme Court’s Chief Justice who was presiding over the trial.


      There’s plenty more.

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    4. Schneidermann? Please. The jurisdictional questions will last years.

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  2. Why give the democrats a reason to bleat about a non existent crime? I think the upcoming IG report on FBI & DOJ misconduct will provide all the pressure needed on Mueller to wind up this farce.

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  3. Purposeful leaks.
    The airsoft kids call it battle smoke.

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  4. And charge Comey with leaking classified material at the same time.

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  5. Mueller should be jailed along with the rest of the Uranium One conspirators and the Clintons. Maybe that's why he is appearing to be getting desperate. He certainly needs to be fired. - Elric

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  6. I reckon as how Trump is taking the “enough rope” approach to Mueller.

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    1. Precisely, OUD . . .

      Feckless and reckless both apply to the man. He is stringing up his own noose. Never interrupt your enemy as he does that.

      Even Schifferbrains realizes he has no help from Mueller.

      Of course, when his turn comes round, he has no help for all his leaks.

      And for those of the GOPe persuasion - Ryan is your hero - he used his PAC to support the commie dem in PA pretending to be "conservative" - whatever that word means anymore.

      Mueller is well beyond his parameters, and knows it. His only chance at any kind of vindication is if Donald fires him, which I don't think Donald will do.

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    2. "Mueller is well beyond his parameters, and knows it."

      The problem is there are no parameters. His mandate is open-ended, despite the recent public comments by Deputy AG Rosenstein, who is nominally in charge of Mueller's investigation. If Mueller had anything to prove Trump's alleged collusion with the Russians, he would have asked for the business and campaign records long, long ago. The only reason he's been asking for them in the last few months must be because he has nothing else to pin on Trump, so he is fishing for some financial irregularities that have nothing to do with the 2016 election. I doubt there's anything criminal to be found in the business affairs of Donald Trump, not because he's that principled, but because he probably has never had to violate the law to get what he wanted and could get by being persuasive and by making good business sense. Who wouldn't want to have a bit of the luster of the Trump brand to rub off on them? It's golden.

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    3. A "special prosecutor DOES have limitations, and Mueller crossed the line today in a very big way. And given Rosenstein's and McCabe's criminalities, even moreso.

      Mueller is trying to postpone indictment for his own dealings with Uranium One. Methinks he knows his day is coming soon.

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  7. Don, I know we aren't "snowflakes" but could you possibly put the nasty person who is continually infesting your lovely blog with peurile nonsense attacking all of us, your supporters, in the icebox? The left has enough of a soapbox, why give them another one here? cdm

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    1. Solitude -

      As I said yesterday, I believe - let Anon ramble on. Ignore him - that is what his type hates the most! Ignorance of idiocy is like an anti-biotic - sooner or later the bug will go away. Heh! Pax -

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    2. Oh, you claim he has limitations? So, what are they? Here is Mueller's mandate, taken directly from the official appointment announcement:

      (b) The Special Counsel is authorized to conduct the investigation confirmed by then-FBI Director James B. Comey in testimony before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence on March 20, 2017, including:

      (i) any links and or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump; and
      (ii) any matters that arose or may arise directly from the investigation; and
      (iii) any other matters within the scope of 28 C.F.R. § 600.4(a).
      (c) If the Special Counsel believes it is necessary and appropriate, the Special Counsel is
      authorized to prosecute federal crimes arising from the investigation of these matters.

      So, (b)ii gives Mueller the authority to investigate anything his team finds in the course of their probe for collusion, and then (c) gives him the power to prosecute any crimes he may uncover. Now I know b(ii) incorporates the word "directly" but that constitutes no great limit on the scope of Mueller's work. He just has to keep digging, and digging, and digging...until his team finds something that he can label a federal crime. From there it is a tiny step to proceed with an indictment, as Mr. Manafort has sadly learned.

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  8. I like Anon;his goofy tirades are a window into the soulless left's worldview.😋

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    1. He must be typing while sitting on his brain! A typical leftist!

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  9. I still think Sessions is waiting to get them all at once. Wish he would have indited Clapper for
    Lying.

    If PDJT fired Sessions, it would be near impossible for a strong AG to be a pointed due to the incompetent senate.

    Meuller is hopefully hanging himself. Sessions should fire Rosenstein.

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  10. "until the real perpetrator became known."

    I know they hounded the wrong guy interminably. But did they ever find the right one? I didn't think so....
    JimNorCal

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  11. I think they are pushing for Trump to fire him..then, charge him with Obstruction of Justice...

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    1. Since the question of the investigation is collusion with Russia in the election of 2016, and the house committee has said point blank there was no collusion, I wish the moonbats luck in getting impeachment through the house.

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  12. I believe the phrase, "Go ahead. Make my day", applies.

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