Its surprising how much you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit
Robert Mueller has a long and sordid history of illicitly targeting innocent people that is a stain upon the legacy of American jurisprudence. He lacks the judgment and credibility to lead the prosecution of anyone.
I do not make these statements lightly.
Each time I prepared to question Mueller during Congressional hearings, the more concerned I became about his work ethic. Then as I went back to begin compiling all that information in order to recount personal interactions with Mueller, the more clearly the big picture began to come into focus. At one point I had to make the decision to stop adding to this or it would turn into a far too lengthy project.
My goal was to share some first-hand information as other Republican Members of Congress had requested, adding, “You seem to know so much about him.” This article is prepared from my viewpoint to help better inform the reader about the Special Prosecutor leading the effort to railroad President Donald J. Trump through whatever manufactured charge he can allege. Judging by Mueller's history, it doesn't matter who he has to threaten, harass, prosecute or bankrupt to get someone to be willing to allege something—anything—about our current President, it certainly appears Mueller will do what it takes to bring down his target, ethically, or unethically, based on my findings.
What does former Attorney General Eric Holder say? Sounds like much the same thing I just said. Holder: “I’ve known Bob Mueller for 20, 30 years; my guess is he’s just trying to make the case as good as he possibly can.” Holder does know him. He has seen Mueller at work when Holder was obstructing justice and acting in contempt of Congress. He knows Mueller’s FBI framed innocent people and had no remorse in doing so. Let’s look at what we know.
What I have accumulated here is absolutely shocking upon the realization that Mueller's disreputable, twisted history speaks to the character of the man placed in a position to attempt to legalize a coup against a lawfully-elected President.
Any Republican who says anything resembling, “Bob Mueller will do a good job as Special Counsel,” “Bob Mueller has a great reputation for being fair,” or anything similar; (A) wants President Trump indicted for something and removed from office regardless of his innocence; (B) is intentionally ignorant of the myriad of outrageous problems permeating Mueller’s professional history; or (C) is cultivating future Democrat votes when he or she comes before the Senate someday for a confirmation hearing.
There is simply too much clear and convincing information available to the contrary. Where other writers have set out information succinctly, I have quoted them, with proper attribution. My goal is to help you see what I have found.
In his early years as FBI Director, most Republican members of Congress gave Mueller a pass in oversight hearings, allowing him to avoid tough questions. After all, we were continually told, “Bush appointed him.” I gave him easy questions the first time I questioned him in 2005 out of deference to his Vietnam service. Yet, the longer I was in Congress, the more conspicuous the problems became. As I have said before of another Vietnam veteran, just because someone deserves our respect for service or our sympathy for things that happened to them in the military, that does not give them the right to harm our country later. As glaring problems came to light, I toughened up my questions in the oversight hearings. But first, let's cover a little of Mueller's history.
This article is very long. The entire article is posted at the bottom of this page as an attachment.
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Sometime I can't help but entertain the thought that some of our elected may have been scared of Mueller for less than honorable things they have done and then they have not acted to rid us all of this character Mueller.
Louie G. will say "and this is just the way it is".
Mueller should be shut down. Who among the swamp has the courage to do that?
To "drain the swamp" Trump must do the following.
1). Remove security clearances from those upper echelon of the former Obama Administration officials in all departments to clear the runway for YOUR OWN administration plans for our future. They are "snakes in the tree of knowledge of good and evil".
2). Fire the current head of the FBI Christopher Wray who knew of the deceptions and evidence of bias at the DOJ, and when asked if he believed that the Russian collusion charges against Trump was a "witch hunt" he told us it wasn't. Facts have now proven otherwise ... but he remains silent ... after all he works for Sessions ... who can still UN-recuse himself, but won't.
3). Fire Rosenstein, and Sessions. Then appoint a strong no-nonsense constitutionalist with legislative experience to clean out the creatures from the swamp lagoon. Remember that it was Sessions who "appointed" a federal prosecutor John Huber of Utah in March 2018 to look into wrongdoings of the DOJ ? https://www.jurist.org/news/2018/03/sessions-appoints-federal-prose...
4). Bring up charges against those who sought to manipulate our DOJ and FBI for personal and monetary gain ... BEFORE the Statute of Limitations expire. The information is out in the public sphere so that any prosecutor could bring that case.
U.S. gov't has millions upon millions + of active security clearances awarded and those clearances are of a wide range.
This is an opportune time to evaluate their entire practice.
The "keeping of" clearances by these top officials seem to be a courtesy perk to them for serving. Certainly not a necessity. For any institutional knowledge they have bringing them in for questions and a signing of a proper non-disclosure should be adequate.
Honestly for reason that I have already posted + an additional one of a desire to keep all of this as a tool in carrying out all the actors political war games this grinds on. The American people are made casualties and indeed our Republic.
President Trump should do all in his powers as you suggested and Congress should revisit with oversight pertaining to security clearances. Get the whole system changed.