Our Justice System Is In Dire Peril

The shrillness of politics and the blood in the water form of politics may be the demise of the justice system in America as it now exists. Special Counsels have no Constitutional standing and their very existence is to function as a tool of political power. If the investigations of James Mueller dredge up some-off-the-wall charges against President Trump and any of his staff, the patience of the right must surely expire.

As Written By James Lewis for the American Thinker:

When Watergate brought down Richard Nixon, I was a sort of puzzled but fascinated young watcher. But I didn’t question the process, except when Sam Dash, the Senate Committee attorney, admitted that he had been leaking to the media at every single step of what was supposed to be an objective process.

In fact, Watergate was a hysterical pressure campaign against Nixon, to force him to resign under no legal compulsion at all. Lyndon B. Johnson had done worse than Nixon, but Nixon infuriated the Deep State/ Democrat/ Left Media alliance. Nixon came from the generation that still had some shame, and so he resigned.

Mueller’s appointment as a special prosecutor, based on a blatantly false and pornographic “dossier” launched by British spies against a duly elected POTUS, with the malignant and corrupt support of Obama appointments Clapper, Comey, and Brennan, is not going to pull the wool over our eyes. There is no Constitutional provision for a special prosecutor, and there are no triggering criteria set in law.

The establishment can demand a special prosecutor by plain lies and disinformation, as it has done with Donald Trump. Mueller is running a plain witch-hunt under false colors of law.

If Mueller should charge Jared Kushner with getting entangled with Russian powermongers long before Trump’s presidential campaign, His own credibility will be zero or less. Mueller will go down in history like the……

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