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

Friday, May 31, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
Friday, May 31, 2019

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 that what’s in his report. (Related: Alan Dershowitz is having Mueller buy-in remorse: ‘I was wrong about him, he’s a hack.’)

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.

So many questions for Mueller

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