SMART MOVE? Why President Trump WON’T Fire Mueller…Now
Donald Trump does things very differently. His tactics baffle many.
Unconventional only begins to describe the man. Take for example Trump’s tweeting. When the experts recommended he quit. President Trump tripled down.
Now where do many people see the effectiveness of his tactics?
So when Robert Mueller was selected as special prosecutor, many Americans were skeptical. Recall that President Trump didn’t say a word. Things only worsened when Mueller began selecting his team.
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Mueller began immediately stacking his team with people who supported Hillary Clinton. Almost by definition, supporters of Hillary Clinton denote haters of Donald Trump.
I said that Trump did the right thing in not fighting against Mueller. Then when the Left baited him to fire Mueller–yes, they hoped he would do it–Trump didn’t take the bait.
So now where do we find ourselves? Mueller and his entire bogus investigation is in a heap of trouble.
As The Daily Caller reported,
An attorney for special counsel Robert Mueller attended Hillary Clinton’s election night party in New York City, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
Andrew Weissmann’s attendance at the party is one of many signs pointing to a troubling bias from the attorney. Weissmann has been described by The New York Times as Mueller’s “lieutenant” and “pit bull.”
Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch obtained an email Tuesday that reveled Weissmann praised former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates’ defiance of Trump.
“I am so proud. And in awe. Thank you so much. All my deepest respects,” Weissmann wrote to Yates on Jan. 30. The email followed Yates’ instruction to the DOJ not to defend an executive order banning immigration from seven nations, an act that led to her dismissal by President Trump.
Weissmann is one of several Democratic donors that have been hired by Mueller, a registered Republican. The special counsel’s “pit bull” donated a combined $6,600 to the presidential campaigns of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
The special counsel’s probe has been criticized by Trump’s allies, but the White House maintains Trump has no intention to fire Mueller.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said in October that Mueller’s investigation would end “soon.”
So the man investigating President Trump is a friend of Hillary Clinton. He loaded his investigation with big supporters of Hillary Clinton.
You just can’t unlevel the playing field much more.
Now Mueller begins firing the very people he selected. And the more we learn about them, the more Mueller’s investigation unravels. Soon Mueller will be investigating himself.
Worse yet, what’s Mueller found? He has people who WANT to see President Trump go down, and yet they have nothing. This is because they are spending all their time still covering up for Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, James Comey, the FBI in general, and now Robert Mueller.
As they said of Watergate, the cover-up was far worse than the crime. Such is the case her as well.
I predicted this would happen. I foretold that Mueller’s investigation would be the undoing of the Left, and Trump would come out smelling like a freshly-picked rose.
So where does the Left go from here?
Mueller was already under fire, as we wrote:
It only took me a nanosecond to conclude that Mueller was as crooked as Comey. But the Left knew a lot more about the man, and yet didn’t draw any conclusions until now.
The article continues,
But at 73, Mueller has a record that shows a man of fallible judgment who can be slow to alter his chosen course. At times, he has intimidated or provoked resentment among subordinates. And his tenacious yet linear approach to evaluating evidence led him to fumble the biggest U.S. terrorism investigation since 9/11.
Now, as he leads a sprawling investigation aimed at the White House, Mueller’s prosecutorial discretion looms over the Trump presidency.
On what terms would Mueller offer immunity from prosecution to investigative targets? How broadly will he interpret his mandate to look into not only the 2016 campaign but also matters that “may arise directly from the investigation”?
Will he target Trump’s sprawling family business and financial empire and the years before the developer ran for the White House?
In short, the Left expected Mueller to do his job and arrest Donald Trump.
Mueller made the move on Flynn to buy time. But he doesn’t have enough money, and there certainly isn’t enough time to help him.
Mueller picked the “Dream Team” of investigators, and President Trump scoffs at them. Actually, he likely laughs at them.
And the Democrats’ recent attempt to take the moral high ground on Al Franken was their feeble attempt to make people believe Democrats are admirable. This approach to coalesce multiple issues into one, and try to divert attention will fail. Even every-day Democrats see what the Democrats are doing.
Soon Mueller will see himself for what he is. A patsy. He will be one of them left holding the bag.