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Why does Mueller get to slink away after lying about and smearing POTUS Trump? Time for him to be hauled before GOP Senate

By J. D. Heyes, NewsTarget

Earlier this week, former special counsel Robert Mueller appeared before reporters during a very unorthodox press conference at the Justice Department to insinuate that POTUS Donald Trump is guilty of obstructing justice despite the fact that he has not been charged with such a crime.

In laying out essentially the same things revealed in his highly partisan and equally non-committal report to the DoJ regarding his “Russian collusion” witch hunt, Mueller claimed that if he and his 19 Democrat-donor prosecutors really thought the president was ‘innocent,’ “we would have said so.”

Well, of course, majority Democrats in the House interpreted Mueller’s statement precisely the way he wanted them to: That POTUS really is guilty of a crime but because Mueller ‘can’t indict a sitting president’ under current Justice Department rules, Congress must exercise its authority and impeach.

After impugning the president — again — Mueller then pronounced that he won’t make himself available to testify before Congress because he doesn’t have anything else to say other than what’s in his report.

But, according to talk radio giant and constitutional expert Mark Levin, the entire Mueller appearance was “orchestrated” by House Democrats and as such, now the Republican-controlled Senate must call him in to testify because there are so many questions regarding his investigation that he should be required to answer.

“I think this whole thing was orchestrated. I think he didn’t want to testify. I think [House Judiciary Chairman Jerry] Nadler said give us the information we want in terms of propaganda. He gives the propaganda. He said I’m not going to answer the press and I’m not going to talk to Congress,” Levin told Fox News’ Sean Hannity Wednesday evening.

“If we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so,” Mueller said regarding the obstruction of justice inquiry into the president. “We did not determine whether the president did commit a crime.”

Levin then challenged Mueller’s entire premise behind the press conference, as well as Democrats’ sudden non-interest in getting Mueller to appear before various House committees as they demanded after his report, released in March, found ‘no collusion’ with Russia, either.

“The answer is there were no crimes, he had no case, there was no probable cause, and by Mueller writing Volume II and giving his little spiel today, he was very feeble. … This is not a man who would do well under seven, eight, nine hours of questioning, with the Republicans honing in on so many issues,” said Levin.

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Some of those questions could, and likely would, include:

— When did Mueller know the collusion allegation was false? If he knew early on and wasn’t yet finished with his entire probe, why didn’t he come out in public and say so, since the president has been embroiled in that particular allegation before he even took office?

— Why weren’t Hillary Clinton’s connections to Russia, through her campaign and via the infamous Steele dossier, looked into? Why has she not been questioned in relation to that dossier, which we know was used by James Comey’s FBI to get a warrant to spy on a member of the Trump campaign?

— When did Mueller learn that the Steele Dossier was nothing more than a bogus piece of political opposition research, never corroborated?

— What led Mueller to conclude there wasn’t enough evidence to support a charge of obstruction? 

Democrats in the House aren’t interested now, however, in Mueller’s testimony. That’s why, Levin said, Senate Republicans must demand that Mueller appear before their committees or suffer legal consequences for failing to do so.

“You ask him the questions … you ask for documents, you ask for emails, you give Mueller the Trump treatment and let’s see how that ends,” he said.

Watch: TNS Investigates: Was Obama’s ‘Spygate’ an act of treason?

A version of this story first appeared at NewsTarget.

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Kulak Cracka Scum
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Kulak Cracka Scum

Will the CPUSA airbrush Comrade Kommissar Mueller out of all photos?
Will they issue a subpoena to the esteemed party member Saint Mueller?
Only time will tell and the world keeps laughing at the clown show on the Potomac.

william chandler
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william chandler

I do not have enough proof to convict Robert Mueller of being a Nazi Homosexual Pedophile, but I will not exonerate him. It is up to him to prove that he is not now, nor has he ever been a Nazi Homosexual Pedophile. We have photographic evidence that he once raised his hand in what could have been a Nazi salute, that he was seen holding hands or perhaps shaking hands with another male and that he was watching children under the age of 10! In light of the above I cannot exonerate the man.

Don McCoy
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Don McCoy

One way or the other the Leftist felons ALWAYS skate. But, you know…shut up and toe the line. YOU wouldn’t be so “lucky.”

NankyJane
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Time for Mueller to lawyer up, and have the full force of the DOJ and Feds coming after him like he did to Gen. Flynn, Papadopolous, et al. Throw him into solitary confinement unconvicted from any crime, like he did to Papadopolous and Manafort, so Mueller could get the “right answer”. Perhaps he will lose his house with all the legal bills like Flynn. Lindsay Graham needs to prepare the subpoena this weekend, we have a lot of questions for Mueller, Strozk and Weissman and now is the time. Law of physics for corrupt deep state Mueller…For every reaction their… Read more »

Andrew Schuetz
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Andrew Schuetz

Obviously it is quite possible to be ‘guilty’ of a charge when not having be ‘charged’ of anything…………..?

Show me
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Show me

Mueller’s original appointment was by Rod Rosenstein, who had signed FISA warrants to spy on the Trump campaign. The Special Counsel appointment was a set up to get rid of Trump. Rosenstein was saying he was going to wear a wire so he could record Trump, which amounts to spying on Trump with the intent to get him out of office, either through a court trial or making charges of crimes or misdemeanors the congress could impeach him for. It was a sham investigation to make some kind of charges against Trump., and looks more and more like rogue agents… Read more »

dan can
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dan can

Guerrilla tactics. Hit and run. Used in everything from the Revolutionary war to the Civil war to WWI and WWII. Heard to stop unless you nuke them…

Richard Daugherty
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Richard Daugherty

This is all political theater. William Barr is deep state. If anyone gets prosecuted it will be WE THE PEOPLE doing it.

pam larson
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The thing about William Barr is his impressionable collectiveness. Made easier by knowing the truth. They’ve been CAUGHT. The ‘Hammer’, a super surveillance system, conceived and controlled by O’Bama, (rat-faced) Brennen and Clapper, will send them to military tribunals. Then a tall oak with a short rope. (my Hope and Change). They spied on everyone. Scalia, Roberts, and countless lower-court judges. Any republican that posed a threat to their psychotic dreams was set-up for blackmail, control, anything the Boys needed. They never thought she’d lose. Thank you America, for grabbing with all our might to save our Republic. President Donald… Read more »

Vincent Morrie
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Vincent Morrie

No chance. The senate committees are still useless. Burr is still going after Trump. Graham is a pro-Mueller double talker.

larrythelogger
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larrythelogger

What Vincent Morrie said.

Dopic Voyu
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Dopic Voyu

Trump obstructed injustice.

dan can
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dan can

He will just “slink” away or he may be found by way of “clintoncide” by way of some third party or self inflicted. But being questioned by congress, they won’t let that happen…

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