I think it would be ill advised to get rid of Mueller, but I would like to see an end date for this investigation as opposed to running on for another year.
I agree Will. It's taking way too long.
They said they will have it wrapped up by July. The investigation on Clinton took five years.
Mueller's witch hunt is the establishment's plan B to perpetuate the globalist agenda. I wonder if Americans really appreciate the unbridled wickedness of that group, because much of the rest of the world definitely does.
Russia has turned it's back on globalism, America is trying to do the same, so plan C is war between America and Russia, because they are the two greatest threats to the globalist agenda.
They want the world, and if they can't have it, they'll turn the table over so nobody else can have it either.
Good video, but not sure on your plan B theory.
Trump appointed everyone involved, Sessions, Rosenstein, Mueller, Bremen. So unless this is Trump's plan "b" I think it is just what it is, an investigation that need to conclude.
Name one politician who isn't beholden to wealthy donors.
It's a swamp. Draining it might sound like a nice idea, but there would be no one left on either side of the isle. It's bigger than the individuals involved, it's a system of control. As Carlin said, it's a big club and you're not in it.
And he cried mightily with a strong voice, saying, Babylon the great is fallen, is fallen, and is become the habitation of devils, and the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird. Revelation 18:2
The only hope is publicly funded elections with no outside money allowed. That will never happen, because that would mean taxpayers would fund the elections and no one will stand for that - which is stupid because that is the goal: to have the politicians beholden to taxpayers and not to the corporation and billionaires.
Citizens United was the nail in the coffin of the republic - we are an oligarchy now.
Publicly funded elections would be one solution, but it's not the only possible solution. Tighter regulations on campaign finance would do the trick.
Interestingly, Republicans typically enjoy a distinct advantage in the amount of money they get from small donors. If it was only small donations (under $200), the GOP would be almost twice as rich as the Dems. But it still only makes up less than 20% of the money they receive. For Dems it's closer to 10%.
Congress can not control Mueller being fired.
They can influence but not control.
Enemies of Trump are trying to get Trump to fire Mueller.
I don't really give a shit. I would like Mueller and his minions to put up or shut up.
I think his investigation has done quite a bit these last few days.
Such as ....?
Your link is dead. If Trump is so stupid as to fire Rosenstein than he deserves the impeachment he gets.
There was no link. Perhaps you would want to react to things that Trump actually has said or done rather than what you speculate he might say or do.
Tweeting, or having made comments to 'sources' about being unhappy with people, and then firing those same people, is a list too long to make.
I agree, I just hope they haven't waited too long. It's a shame a guy like Trump can ruin long time careers, people who have done nothing but follow the law and do their job. Now he'll probably fire Sessions and Robsenstein, what a shame.
The investigation needs to play out, if Trump isn't guilty of anything, so be it. .
That graphic says it all. I think "Stormy" is the one that will bring him down. He sure is worried about her, if he's innocent why is he so worried?
This is already the worst political environment I have witnessed in my 55 years as a U.S citizen. The President will be unleashing a shitstorm should he fire Rosenstein or Mueller. How can we stand for a President putting an end to an investigation into his own possible wrong doings? Even Trump supporters have to realize this would set a precedent that would long outlive the current administration.
Mueller could care a less if he is fired. He has already outsourced it to New York, and Trump can't do a damn thing about that.
What is the reason?? Nixon won by an overwhelming majority against McGovern but still managed to almost get impeached if he hadn't of resigned.
What does "punishing the people for voting incorrectly" even mean?