Should Congress fire Special Prosecutor Mueller now
that the truth is out?
Comey obviously let America know that Trump was never under investigation, so why do we need Mueller? Some believe Comey wanted a special counsel just to slow down Trumps agenda. Others still think there is evidence not yet revealed. Thoughts?
Mueller should be fired as in your question because there is no crime to investigate, but also because of the Mueller Comey friendship and meeting before the Senate Intelligence Committe. Comey's testimony and failure to produce the original memo that he alleged to have leaked to the NY Times via another friend. The purpose of that leak by his own admission was to have a spcl counsel appointed.
I think after firing Mueller for cause, they should investigate everything about Comey for the last two years. Including the false Russian Dossier on Trump that Comey gave to Trump on Jan 6 which was proven to be false. It looked more like extorting the president elect to resign.
In any case, Mueller is not going to be an impartial SC, and the whole Russia Trump thing was a political creation by Hillary and Podesta the day after she lost the election.
The investigation should focus on Hillary, Obama, Lynch, Huma, Comey, Podesta, and others.
del if u wish
There are more indications that Comey has been a serial leaker over his career - they should be crawling up his rear assp
Ralph. Why didn't anyone at comey hearing ask what the Mueller meeting was about? And I agree with you, it doesn't seem Comey just leaked once. At hearing, he claims NYTimes is fake,then leaks 2 to them???
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