Tuesday, July 25, 2017

More on possible firing of Mueller

Democrats warn of "firestorm".

Mueller is now trying to expand the reach of the investigation.  But that was predictable.  He shouldn't have been hired in the first place.

Update same day @ 17:47 :

This could be a rationale for an impeachment.  It is a no-win scenario for Trump, if there is anything they can pin on him with an "investigation".  The "investigation" has no probable cause, and is an unreasonable search and seizure under the Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution.  Thus, the entire "investigation" is nothing more than a railroad job in order to oust Trump, and make it look legal and above board.  But it isn't.

Speaker Ryan said it wasn't his duty to defend Trump.  No?  All citizens, including the President, are afforded these rights.  It is definitely Ryan's duty, since he swore to it when he swore to defend the Constitution, and all the laws arising from it.  All members of government must swear an oath to the Constitution.  It is the duty of all in government service, therefore, to defend these rights for all citizens; even those who may be out of favor with the ruling class.  Evidently, Speaker Ryan does not respect what he took an oath to defend.

The government in Washington DC is out of control.

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