The democrats are down 6 late in the fourth quarter, and all eyes are on special counsel Robert Mueller to deliver a perfect strike of a hail Mary before time runs out.
The ultimate prize on the table for the liberal left would be an obstruction of justice charge brought against President Donald Trump – an action that would more than likely cause a grand uprising in the nation as a whole, thanks to the overt radicalization of the political left. These jokers, under the banner of Antifa or other such groups, wouldn’t be able to contain themselves in the event of an indictment against anyone in the White House, and we would be forced to batten down the hatches while they celebrate in the streets.
Now, as Mueller can certainly feel the end of his usefulness fast approaching, the former FBI chief is frantically scrambling to get the President in his crosshairs – or so he thinks. Mueller very likely wouldn’t know what to do with Trump if he had him, otherwise, we would already be examining that testimony. Unfortunately for Mueller he can no longer hide behind the bizarre tangents that he has previously embarked on, and he’ll need to call on the President in order to prove to the democrats that he’s being effective in his role as witch hunter extraordinaire.
Lucky for the rest of us, however, the President is more than ready, willing, and able to sit down across the table from a presumably terrified Mueller.
“President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he was ‘looking forward’ to being interviewed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team of prosecutors.
“As he left the White House en route to Davos, Switzerland, Trump spoke to reporters, and said that according to his lawyers, he expected to talk to Mueller’s team in two or three weeks, according to NBC News’ Kristen Welker.
“‘I would do it under oath,’ Trump said.
“Trump also said that he did not recall asking Andrew McCabe, Deputy Director of the FBI, who he voted for in the 2016 election.”
Thought the entirety of the let’s Russian hoax investigation, the President has been more than willing to share his opinions on the subject, reiterating several times that the Russian government had absolutely nothing to do with the results of the 2016 presidential election.
Still, Mueller and the left have been persisting, attempting in vein to pin something on the President or his team of close advisors. So far, one plea deal with Paul Manafort is all Mueller has to show for himself, and Manafort’s wrongdoing was completely unrelated to President Trump and the Kremlin’s supposed collusion.