Mueller didn’t find Trump guilty of obstruction so Congress could do it


There are apparently two reasons Robert Mueller didn’t find the President guilty of obstruction [other than the fact that he wasn’t guilty].

One reason is that the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel has a longstanding policy against charging a sitting president, even in a sealed indictment. But Robert Mueller also said he didn’t want to foreclose Congress’s ability to impeach the president, should lawmakers pursue that option.

Oh, yeah, that would be so sad if Mueller put forward a case that couldn’t be won [which he knew] and Congress couldn’t impeach him as well. Well, now we know for sure what Muller’s goal was. He is biased.

“Apart from OLC’s constitutional view, we recognized that a federal criminal accusation against a sitting president would place burdens on the president’s capacity to govern and potentially preempt constitutional processes for addressing presidential misconduct,” Mr. Mueller said.

As far as impeachment goes, Steny Hoyer, the Democrat’s number two man feels it wouldn’t be worth it.

“Based on what we have seen to date, going forward on impeachment is not worthwhile at this point. Very frankly, there is an election in 18 months and the American people will make a judgment,” House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer told CNN’s Dana Bash.

He said the President stole the election and he wants to let the electorate decide.

Nancy Pelosi has repeatedly said an impeachment can’t solely be a partisan effort.  Given there is no proof of criminal behavior, Democrats would be on slippery ground.

We have some tweets you might like.

While Kellyanne’s husband is ripping the President apart, his wife is wholeheartedly supporting him.

Mollie Hemingway is pointing out disgraceful behavior.

You will love this next one. AG Barr exposes this reporter. He quarters no dopey people.



  1. My fear is too many will just say, “move on” in the aftermath of a grueling nightmare and overlook what it was that got us here in the first place. The report itself is at issue with Congressional investigations and conclusions. In it, are details which are left out that give a more defined picture of the substance. It allows conclusions to be made that obscure complete and total facts. It is looking more like a one-sided ‘grand jury’ report than a ‘complete report’. It would be more accurate to describe it as the “Mueller Dossier”, as coined by one person. We “do” know there were “millions” of documents the Special Counsel had access to and selecting that which is most damaging to spur possible impeachment does seem to be the intent. No wonder Weissman writes the President cannot be “exonerated” when facts and circumstances are contrived for a certain purpose.

    • They are under great pressure to “deliver” the USA…and ‘undo’ BREXIT….and some cracks are appearing in the EU…at last…Your President is very much in the way…and the traitors within are utilizing the mainstream fake media and their new allies in the censor riddled social media to the fullest…to ensure that the majority receive but “one” narrative…

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