The former head of the CIA’s bin laden unit, Michael Scheuer wonders if Americans must take up arms and enforce the law themselves in the face of what he calls tyranny from the country’s elected representatives. He’s specifically focused on the investigation into President Trump being led by Robert Mueller. Scheuer says there’s no proof, and that the deck is stacked against the President by including many Democrat loyalists on the investigation team.
On 3 August 2017, the media reported Special Counsel Robert Mueller has impaneled a grand jury to investigate the already debunked charge that the Trump campaign worked with the Russians to defeat Hillary Clinton. In doing so, Mueller has established himself as a stinking offense to the idea of fairness and equality before the law. Mueller must have nearly a dozen conflicts of interests, any one of which should terminate his status as the special counsel. He has staffed his organization with Democratic Party-aligned attorneys, and is reported to have coached witnesses, including James Comey and Andrew McCabe, on how to testify when the time comes. As I understand them, the statutes governing a special council’s conduct requires Mueller to immediately step down because of his personal conflicts of interest, which have turned this investigation into something of which the producers of Stalin’s show trials would be proud.
Notwithstanding this fact, both parties in Congress are working together to try to pass a piece of bipartisan legislation that will protect Mueller by giving him an appeal process if he is fired for ignoring the law pertinent to his position and/or his numerous conflicts of interest. In addition, Mueller’s empaneling of a grand jury is obviously the act of a dastardly coward, which is meant to throw another obstacle in the path of executing the law and ordering his dismissal. Mueller is a disgrace to the legal profession.
Read more here.
Michael Scheuer drops truth about Trump Russia story and BBC cut him off
Latest posts by Richard C. Young (see all)
- Senate Must Not Confirm Anti-Iran-Deal Pompeo - April 20, 2018
- Cato’s Justin Logan—Iran Nuclear Deal an Historic Achievement - April 20, 2018
- Iran’s Nuclear Bomb Prospects - April 20, 2018