Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Robert Mueller Is Fueling the Flames of Impeachment

“If we had confidence that the President clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said that.” The job of the Special Counsel is not to indict or acquit the President. It was to decide whether or not probable cause existed to file charges. If the answer is No, then the recourse is to stop. The presumption of innocence takes over. Not for the special Counsel. He left the innuendo that the President might have obstructed justice, but provided exactly ZERO facts to support that statement. Robert Mueller really said “We know President Trump is guilty of something, but we have no proof.” He said that the report controls. There are no such facts in the Report!!!! 448 pages and not one factual accusation of obstruction. His staff was full of Obama and Clinton supporters. They wanted to nail President Trump, but found no evidence.. The Republic is in danger The House Democrats and Democratic Presidential candidates are clamoring for Impeachment. The howls are up: Impeach, Impeach, Impeach. Where’s the presumption of innocence? Where’s the proof? President Nixon’s tapes showed he was involved with the Watergate cover-up. Where are the facts on President Trump? Not one fact in the 448 page Mueller report. Kenneth Starr’s report on President Clinton contained 11 specific accusations of criminal violations. Not one in the 448 page Mueller Report. President Clinton was impeached for obstruction of justice. He lost his law license and paid a fine. Where’s the facts? FBI Director James Comey said Hillary Clinton had committed many violations with mess, but lacked criminal intent. Where are the facts with the Mueller report? The founders were concerned about mob rule. They drafted the Constitution and Bill of Rights to protect the people and the minority against mob rule. Innuendos are not facts, but to the sufferers of Trump Derangement Syndrome, facts are irrelevant. The Democrats are playing with fire. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid thought he was brilliant in ending the filibuster on judicial appointees to the federal district and appellate courts. He wanted to stack the federal judiciary with liberal judges appointed by President Obama. What goes around comes around. The Republicans under Senate Majority Leader McConnell dropped the filibuster for Supreme Court appointees, eliminated the blue card system for judicial appointments, and shortened the debate period on appointments. Thus, President Trump in two years appointed over 100 judges, including two Supreme Court justices, to the Bench The Republicans will remember and pay back the vicious treatment received by Justice Kavanaugh. If the Democrats vote to impeach President Trump, then most assuredly a Republican Congress will vote to impeach, and with enough votes in the Senate, remove an unpopular Democratic President.

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