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House Dems and Mueller Likely to Seek Trump Impeachment

House Dems and Mueller Likely to Seek Trump Impeachment
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) holds a news conference following the 2018 midterm elections at the Capitol Building on November 7, 2018, in Washington, D.C. Republicans kept the Senate majority but lost control of the House to the Democrats. (Zach Gibson/Getty Images)

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During the time leading up to the French revolution, the arrogant attitude of King Louis XV was “apres moi le deluge,” meaning he did not give a damn that all hell would break loose among “les citoyens” after his selfish reign of unbridled nobility and privilege.

Indeed, taking a page from this French despot, the outgoing Speaker of the House of Representatives, Paul Ryan, and his band of largely establishment Republican political minions, have somehow succeeded — through their backstabbing of President Trump over the last two years and their failure if not refusal to pass legislation for the masses sealing our borders and truly fixing Obamacare — all hell is today set to break loose on the banks of the Potomac.

Now that the Democrats have predictably taken control of the House given their Republican counterparts suicidal actions or should we say inactions, with the anti-Trump hate filled likes of soon to be reincarnated Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her band of comrades comprised of Adam Schiff, Jerrold Nadler, Elijah Cummings, and who can forget Maxine Waters, the dam which had been holding up impeachment of The Donald is about to break, flooding Washington, D.C., with the return of the polluted leftist swamp.

And who is also to blame for this as Special Counsel Robert Mueller now puts the finishing touches on what will be his soon to be released “impeachment report?” The answer: the president’s own court jesters comprised of his lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jay Seculow and a bunch of “back up legal beagle jesters.” Put simply, they have stood by inert, promising King Donald that all would be well if he just laughed at their “jokes” and calmed down and waited things out, as Mueller pressed on breaking and turning witnesses such as Paul Manafort, Michael Cohen, General Mike Flynn — the latest target being Trump confidant Roger Stone — and a mounting stream of other would-be stool pigeons. While these birds have little to say to have the president indicted, their testimony and so-called evidence will be twisted by Mueller and his leftist prosecutors such as the notorious Andrew Weissmann of prosecutorial misconduct Enron fame, to make it look like Trump has done something terribly wrong.

And, we all know from the Clinton years, that the threshold for impeachment for “high crimes and misdemeanors” is very low and can mean almost anything. Impeachment hinges on a political standard for removal, not a purely legal one.

Once the inquisition of our 45th president begins, with the introduction of articles of impeachment triggered by Mueller’s soon to be issued “impeachment report” on alleged Russian collusion and obstruction of justice, the Democrat House, under the wing of Speaker Pelosi, as occurred during the Clinton saga under then Republican Speaker Newt Gingrich, will vote to commence impeachment proceedings and then appoint impeachment managers, led by a prosecuting lawyer. He or she, along with their taxpayer funded staff, will have investigatory powers which, along with Democrat controlled House Oversight and Reform and Judiciary Committees, can subpoena witnesses and evidence, and hold hearings.

But, to coin a phrase from Hillary Clinton, “at this point what difference does it make!” No matter what evidence is adduced of alleged impeachable offenses, the Pelosi-led Dems will find a way to vote out impeachment, now that they control the House.

The drama will then be passed on to the Senate, where a trial will be held, presided over under our Constitution by Chief Justice John Roberts, hardly a man of great conservative Trumpian fortitude.

Indeed, just last week our inaptly named Supreme Court, which majority is comprised of establishment conservative jurists, voted not to take up a case on certiorari which I had filed to hold Hillary Clinton accountable for having caused the deaths of our fallen heroes Ty Woods and Sean Smith at Benghazi. I had argued that Mrs. Clinton lost her immunity from suit since the coordinates which led to the deaths of the sons of my clients, surviving Gold Star parents Charles Woods and Patricia Smith, were disclosed by her negligent use of a private email server, which the FBI has admitted was hacked, undoubtedly by adverse powers like terrorist Iran. Leftist judges on the lower courts had previously ruled that Mrs. Clinton was immune from facing the music because she was Secretary of State at the time of the terrorist murders.

So much for Republican Justices Roberts, Alito, Thomas, Gorsuch, and Kavanaugh making a difference and restoring an equal system of justice that no longer protects the political establishment. The bottom line in our capital of corruption is that the elites protect each other, even as usual Mrs. Clinton.

The point is that while it is unlikely that a Republican controlled Senate will convict President Trump, with the weak knee establishment RINO Republican Chief Justice Roberts at the helm — lest we forget the jurist who rubber stamped Obamacare — The Donald will be roughed up and immobilized by vicious likes of Senators Dianne Feinstein, Corey Booker, and Richard Blumenthal, to name just a few leftist senatorial warlocks. And, if you think the Kavanaugh hearings were out of control, wait for this display of major league unbridled dishonesty and political hackery designed to destroy the Trump presidency one way or the other.

It now falls upon We the People to do all we can to defend our president. I for one will continue to seek remedies to legally take down Mueller and the House Democrats, before it is too late.

Larry Klayman, founder of Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch, is known for his strong public interest advocacy in furtherance of ethics in government and individual freedoms and liberties. To read more of his reports, Go Here Now.

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During the time leading up to the French revolution, the arrogant attitude of King Louis XV was “apres moi le deluge,” meaning he did not give a damn that all hell would break loose among “les citoyens” after his selfish reign of unbridled nobility and privilege.
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