Special Counsel Robert Mueller seems to have no bounds to the warrant given him by the Department of Justice. It appears that he can range far and wide in the hopes of finding some crime somewhere committed by somebody. Due to Mueller’s performance so far, do you think that the President is correct in calling it a Witch Hunt? What should the Special Counsel’s limits be? You read and you decide.
As Written By Matthew Walther for The Week:
After months of getting themselves worked up about hearings featuring a hero once accused of rigging the election for Donald Trump and Don Jr.’s inability to sniff out Nigerian prince emails, spectators of the Russia game have finally gotten what they wanted: indictments.
Unfortunately, the indictments of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his business partner Richard Gates have nothing whatever to do with “collusion,” however broadly defined. Politically speaking, we have learned nothing except what we already knew: namely, that a shady businessman who briefly worked for the Trump campaign is, in fact, a very shady businessman indeed, one who has just pled not guilty to failing to register as a foreign agent on behalf of the Ukrainian puppet government and not declaring all of his income derived from his essentially pro-Kremlin lobbying.
Dot connectors will, of course, continue to connect dots. It could be that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is hoping to secure testimony from Manafort or Gates that will give him the dirt he needs to bring more appropriate charges. It could be that he already has that information and is just waiting for goodness knows what occasion. At the very least, obsessives will say…….
KEEP READING THERE IS MORE HERE: Mueller is running amok