Andrew Weissmann, who was a deputy to former special counsel Robert Mueller and is now a contributor on MSNBC, thinks a Joe Biden DOJ should look to prosecute President Donald Trump after he leaves office.
Weissmann said in a New York Times op-ed that the new administration “should investigate Mr. Trump and, if warranted, prosecute him for potential federal crimes.”
In his opinion, Trump “clearly” obstructed justice in the Mueller probe; never mind that we now know the probe came from a bad faith shakedown at best and a criminal one at worst, and didn’t yield any incriminating evidence against Trump after two-plus years of trying.
The assertion is not surprising, given that Weissmann compared Trump to Hitler on the air and didn’t think the two-and-a-half year Mueller anal exam went far enough.
I’m fine with going after Trump once the DOJ puts former FBI Director James Comey and former President Barack Obama in jail for illegally and treasonously conducting a soft coup against Trump and lying about it. And while they’re at it, they can do the same to the so-called president-elect, Joe Biden for his part in all of it, too.
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