Friday, June 16, 2017

The Deck Being Stacked Against President Trump.

The deck has been stacked against Donald Trump since day one, but has become much more obvious with the appointment of a special counsel a few weeks ago to dig up and/or fabricate any dirt he can.
At the very least, the president will be forced to remain on defense for months to come.  He will remain under scrutiny and attack by the special counsel, the Senate and House committees, mobs of protesters, and the leftist news media.  All the while the constant threat of impeachment will be hanging over him.

Mueller should NEVER have been appointed special counsel.  The fact that he was isn’t even legal because of the fact that he and Comey are longtime friends.  All, or at least most of the investigators and advisers he's hired are left-wingers, donors to Hillary Clinton's campaign, and a lawyer named Jeannie Rhee who "provided legal services for the Clinton Foundation.

I see a modern day high tech lynching in the making.  Mueller has already broadened the scope of his investigation to include whether Trump attempted to obstruct justice in his dealings with then-FBI director James Comey and possible financial crimes by Trump associates.  How do we know this?  We know this because of illegal leaks by "officials."

The Wasnington Post reported that the interviews represent a widening of the probe to include looking into whether the President obstructed justice in suggesting to his former FBI Director James Comey that Comey drop the investigation into Michael Flynn, Trump's former national security adviser, as well as for his firing of Comey.

Mueller's investigators have asked for information and will talk to Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director  Mike Rogers, according to a source, who said they have also sought information from recently retired NSA Deputy Director Richard Ledgett. Coats and Rogers have testified that they were not pressured by the Trump administration. 




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