It is both pathetic and comical to watch our massive National News Outlets consistently get it wrong!
The mainstream media have been claiming to have ‘evidence’ that President Trump intends to fire SC, Robert Mueller, for days now. Dig as we might we have found no such evidence but an overwhelming proof to the opposite. President Trump himself has said on numerous occasions that firing Mueller is not on the table his statement has been corroborated by White House officials including Press Secretary, Sarah Sanders.
So where the heck are they getting this stuff? Enter; United States Representative, Jackie Speier, Democrat in San Mateo. Seen in the interview below, Speier seems to be the origin of this rumor. The media, who absolutely hates being called ‘FAKE NEWS’, did little to no research into her claim and ran the story as fact.
To be clear, Mueller’s investigations, with all of its scandals, twists, and turns, has gone nowhere and firing Mueller is unnecessary. The guy is, and his shotty crew, are doing a bang-up job destroying their own case, all by themselves. Take a look.
A leftover from yesterday as the news cycle begins to grind to a halt for Christmas. I think this is closer to true than it is to false, although Mueller doesn’t strike me as the sort of guy who’ll cut Trump a break just because his team’s impartiality has taken some hits lately. Yes, he’s worried enough about the public perception that he’d send Peter Strzok packing from the Russiagate probe over his texts with Lisa Page. But after many months of investigating the president, with the eyes of the world upon him, does Dershowitz really think law-and-order Bob Mueller would table an obstruction indictment against the president if it’s a “close call” just because he fears appearing “biased”? I give him more credit than that.
Still, Dershowitz is right in this sense: How would firing Mueller help Trump at this point? We went over this the other day. If Mueller goes, a new special counsel (or a career prosecutor at the DOJ) will take over the investigation.