After Mueller Goes Out of Bounds, Democrats Plead for Protection

From the beginning, there was no doubt that Robert Mueller’s dive into the democratic conspiracy of Russian election interference was going to go off the rails.

The entire harebrained theory began during the 2016 election when Hillary Clinton finally saw the writing on the wall:  She was not going to be elected President unless she took drastic, mud-slinging measures, and what better way to galvanize her millennial base than to conjure up the communist demons of the 1980’s known as The Russians.  These young voters only faintly remember the allusions being made to the Kremlin during their childhood, and likely revered the entire USSR as some sort of evil empire.  By bringing them into this mess, and attempting to pin Donald Trump to some crazed theory regarding the upcoming election, Hillary truly believed that she could eek out a win.

Spoiler alert:  That didn’t happen, and even an extended investigation into the matter has yet to yield any evidence backing up the democratic diva’s claims.

Just today, Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed his first charges in the witch hunt that the democrats called for, and they had literally nothing to do with Russia’s alleged election nonsense.  This wild diversion has caused the democrats to go on the offensive and actively hope to shield Mueller from being terminated…even though he is now wildly off-base.

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“Democrats demanded Monday that Congress approve a bill preventing the special counsel from being fired after Robert Mueller unsealed charges against three former Trump campaign officials concerning their work with or on behalf of Russian interests.

“Sen. Mark R. Warner, Virginia Democrat and vice chairman of the Senate intelligence committee, said the charges against Mr. Trump’s former campaign chairman and top deputy, and the guilty plea from a foreign policy advisor, are reasons to quickly protect Mr. Mueller from interference by an angry president.

“’Members of Congress, Republican and Democrat, must also make clear to the president that issuing pardons to any of his associates or to himself would be unacceptable, and result in immediate, bipartisan action by Congress,’ Mr. Warner said in a statement.

“Mr. Mueller, the special counsel, unsealed indictments against Paul Manafort, who served as Trump campaign chairman from March to August, and against his deputy Rick Gates, charging them with a long-running scheme to represent pro-Russian interests in Ukraine, laundering money and avoiding taxes for the operation, then lying to investigators to cover it up.”

Worse than the actual implications of what the democrats are proposing is the suggestive nature of their insinuation.

By telling the world that they are concerned over Mueller’s position, especially after his unrelated charges have been filed, the democrats are hoping to create the impression of a tyrannical Commander in Chief who will stop at nothing to protect himself and his people.  The left is manufacturing guilt where there is none, at least in the public eye, and further defaming the man responsible for the safety of every man, woman, and child in our nation.

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