By Jim Campbell
April 12, 2018
It’s a shame that three miscreants should be considered bullet proof as the United States Government Judicial Service proves itself to be as corrupt as ever.
Indict them and let’s hear what the have to say under oath.
No one is above the law.
“Louie Gohmert on the Warpath: There Are Three People President Trump Could Fire.”
The Ingram Angle
Robert Mueller’s investigation is a bigger fishing expedition than anything you will see on “Dangerous Catch” and it needs to end.
There are three people President Trump could fire.
He could fire Mueller, Sessions or Rosenstein.
Of the three, Rosenstein would be the least politically damaging.
It would also be effective depending on who replaces him.
The Democrats will fight tooth and nail to prevent Trump from getting his nominee confirmed but he could make a recess appointment to fill that slot.
Hopefully, someone who will pull the reins on Mueller and make him stick to his original mandate, the Trump/Russia collusion hoax.
CNN is pushing the narrative that Trump will fire Mueller again. I’m not sure if this is the 10th or 11th time they have done that, in keeping with their reputation as the Fake news capital of the world. But that would be very much politically damaging and is an unlikely scenario.
If he fired Sessions at this time many in the Senate, including some Republicans, would react strongly to his firing. So, it has to be Rosenstein.
But some of Trump’s legal advisers are telling him they now have a stronger case against Rosenstein. They believe Rosenstein crossed the line in what he can and cannot pursue.
And they consider him conflicted since he is a potential witness in the special counsel’s investigation because he wrote the memo that justified firing former FBI Director James Comey.
The legal advisers also believe they have successfully argued to the American public that the FBI is tainted and think they can make the same case against Rosenstein.
A senior administration official said the White House has been discussing potential options with key congressional Republican leaders, fearful of “blindsiding them.”
A person familiar with the conversations says a top congressional Republican advised the White House not to fire Rosenstein.
If Trump were to fire Rosenstein, his replacement would then be in charge of Mueller and could rein him in or he could do as Rosenstein is doing but I doubt it.
He would let the collusion investigation continue but would not authorize raids that invade lawyer/client privilege.
At this point, almost anyone would be better than Rosenstein.