Special counsel Robert Mueller’s witch hunt against Trump and his allies — predicated on a false claim of “collusion” with Russia during the 2016 campaign — has resulted in a stunning career decision by the longtime bureaucrat.
Not content with prosecuting individuals such as Paul Manafort and Roger Stone on charges entirely unrelated to Russia, Mueller could still be preparing to attempt a takedown of President Trump himself to appease his Democrat handlers.
As we know, congressional Democrats are itching to begin impeachment proceedings against Trump in order to draw attention away from Trump’s incredible progress on the economy, jobs, and border security. Mueller is their last hope.
The Constitution says “treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors” are grounds for impeaching a president, however, for all of his grandstanding, Mueller has yet to present any evidence whatsoever of wrongdoing by Trump.
This may be Mueller’s last-ditch effort before the investigation runs out of steam completely, especially since traitorous talk between former FBI Director Andrew McCabe and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was exposed to the public.
But Mueller and Democrats are playing with electoral fire. Trying to impeach the president isn’t going to go how they think. However, as Napoleon Bonaparte once so rightly said, “Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.”
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