Over and over, President Donald Trump has been warned by some members of Congress not to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller and Trump has responded by saying he would not fire Mueller and would cooperate with his investigation.
The mainstream media is salivating at the reports that Mueller may soon be interviewing President Donald Trump. They are hoping beyond hope that Trump will say something that Mueller can use to incriminate Trump into some kind of wrong doing.
However, a growing number of members of Congress are realizing that Mueller has overstretched his jurisdiction and authority, and are looking at ways to reign him in.
(Constitution.com) – The general feeling in Washington D.C. is that Robert Mueller is moving toward a grand finale in his Russian election-meddling probe, and this finality has some lawmakers scrambling to tip the scales.
For months and months this bogus investigation has dragged on, with the American people growing ever more tired of it everyday. Mueller has gone off the rails, according to those close to the probe, venturing deep into civilian Donald Trump financial records in order to build his cockamamy case. The entire fiasco has become such a crude joke in Washington that legislators are now actively looking for avenues to dismiss Mueller and his goons, before the entire nation is embarrassed by him.
Still, Mueller presses on; nose-down and hungry for some “resistance” version of justice.
And this is where the republicans on Capitol Hill give the Special Counsel’s leash a good, hard tug, and remind the on-loan bloodhound who’s in charge...
Mueller was hired to be a bloodhound to track down any possible link between Donald Trump, his campaign and Russia. However, it seems that Mueller has become more like a rabid dog, ready to attack and bite anyone he can because of a sickness that is consuming him. Rabid animals need to be disposed of and hopefully, there will be a way to legally dispose of Mueller and prevent him from harming anyone else.