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If God is truly great, Trump will fire Mueller, seize his documents, and have him arrested for colluding with the media and plotting a coup against the President. If chaos is truly set to rain down upon us, like the ash at Pompeii, we will need Trump to start taking militant action against his enemies.

This is the end game now — just 6 months into his Presidency.

You know it’s war, especially since he stopped the CIA project to arm and support ISIS in Syria. I know you cucks will say “they were moderate rebels.” Bullshit. They were ISIS. Now be quiet about it.

Reports are swirling tonight, after another leak out of Mueller’s stupid investigative committee suggesting they were widening their probe into Trump’s business, the President’s lawyers are now looking to stop him.

Via McClatchy:

With the Russia investigation continuing to widen, Trump’s lawyers are working to corral the probe and question the propriety of the special counsel’s work. They are actively compiling a list of Mueller’s alleged potential conflicts of interest, which they say could serve as a way to stymie his work, according to several of Trump’s legal advisers.
A conflict of interest is one of the possible grounds that can be cited by an attorney general to remove a special counsel from office under Justice Department regulations that set rules for the job.
The president is also irritated by the notion that Mueller’s probe could reach into his and his family’s finances, advisers said.
Trump has been fuming about the probe in recent weeks as he has been informed about the legal questions that he and his family could face. His primary frustration centers on why allegations that his campaign coordinated with Russia should spread into scrutinizing many years of Trump dealmaking. He has told aides he was especially disturbed after learning Mueller would be able to access several years of his tax returns.

When comparing it to the impeachment investigation into President Clinton, one source for McClatchy said it paled in comparison.

“This is Ken Starr times 1,000,” said one lawyer involved in the case, referring to the independent counsel who oversaw an investigation that eventually led to House impeachment proceedings against President Bill Clinton. “Of course, it’s going to go into his finances.”

The article then veered off the reservation and into lunaticville, discussing scenarios where the President would simply pardon himself. This is pure theoretical nonsense and McClatchy knows it.

Currently, the discussions of pardoning authority by Trump’s legal team is purely theoretical, according to two people familiar with the ongoing conversations. But if Trump pardoned himself in the face of the ongoing Mueller investigation, it would set off a legal and political firestorm, first around the question of whether a president can use the constitutional pardon power in that way.
“This is a fiercely debated but unresolved legal question,” said Brian Kalt, a constitutional law expert at Michigan State University who has written extensively on the question.
The power to pardon is granted to the president in Article II, Section 2, of the Constitution, which gives the commander in chief the power to “grant Reprieves and Pardons for Offences against the United States, except in Cases of Impeachment.” That means pardon authority extends to federal criminal prosecution but not to state level or impeachment inquiries.
No president has sought to pardon himself, so no courts have reviewed it. Although Kalt says the weight of the law argues against a president pardoning himself, he says the question is open and predicts such an action would move through the courts all the way to the Supreme Court.
“There is no predicting what would happen,” said Kalt, author of the book, “Constitutional Cliffhangers: A Legal Guide for Presidents and Their Enemies.” It includes chapters on the ongoing debate over whether presidents can be prosecuted while in office and on whether a president can issue a pardon to himself.

Preet Bharara, former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and the left’s new hero because he was fired by Trump — is talking greasy on Twitter. You could see why he got fired. He’s an idiot.

Trump supporters are fairly uniform in their disdain for Mueller. They’d rather see him executed than continue to investigate ‘russian ties.’ The left and the deep staters, are adamant about it — because they know the fix is in. Mueller is staffed with Clinton lawyers, whose sole focus is to destroy Trump and reimplement their neocon schemes of war by any means necessary.

Tucker Carlson discussed this issue with Krauthammer, who warned that this investigation is heading towards a ‘fishing expedition.’

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