Far from damaging Trump, Andrew Weissmann’s closed-door testimony—if handled properly—will help unravel the Russia-collusion witch hunt and inflict damage on Democrats.
The next Democratic administration could use the Robert Mueller report’s denial of ‘exoneration’ to prosecute its Republican predecessors.
Convicted felon and former Nixon lawyer John Dean was humiliated by Republicans during Monday’s House Judiciary Committee hearing.
‘The idea of resisting a democratically elected president and…really changing the norms on the grounds that we have to stop this president, that is where the shredding of our norms and our institutions is occurring.’
It’s now clear that Robert Mueller finessed Justice Department oversight in order to get damaging allegations about the president into the public space.
As he showed at his press conference on Wednesday, Robert Mueller never cared about the rule of law. Instead, he turned it on its head just to get Trump.
Democrats nationwide desperately want to impeach—preferably President Trump, but impeaching anyone would also be good, although not as cathartic.
Last week’s testimony by Attorney General William Barr confirmed these blunders and bared additional concerns with the probe into Russian interference with the 2016 presidential election.
Democrats won’t impeach Trump because then the president would get his day in court in the form of a trial in the Senate, and he would easily win it.
There are rules against using the power and authority of a prosecutor to smear a defendant without giving him his day in court.
While there is much within the Mueller report that suggests skepticism was well-founded, what is perhaps most probative is what the report omitted.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) reacted to the release of the Mueller report by arguing impeachment ‘is not worthwhile.’ That did not sit well with much of the left.
After two years and spending an estimated $35 million, Robert Mueller issued a 448-page report that ignored the governing special counsel regulations.
Relatively few people will read the nearly 400-page special counsel report. Many will cherry-pick information to support their current opposition to the president. Here’s what is reasonable to expect from it.
Expect the left to train their fire on a memorandum Barr authored and sent to the Department of Justice in 2018.
It’s beginning with the false narrative that there’s a ‘fight’ with Attorney General William Barr over releasing the Robert Mueller report to Congress.
In a different time, the media would be out following up on the inconsistencies and alarming assertions Andrew McCabe provided in his interviews.
A Friday expose from the New York Times reveals that the FBI investigation of Trump for alleged treason was little more than retaliation against the president for lawfully firing an incompetent and ethically challenged FBI director.
Rod Rosenstein says Barr’s memo didn’t have any influence on Robert Mueller’s probe. It was so sensible, it should have.
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