Four years ago, the Observer published my first article entitled All the President’s Muses. It was triggered by this picture, taken in the White House after the Benghazi murders. My concern was that President Barack Obama surrounded himself with former federal prosecutors who would do anything to win. . . . And, here they are again.
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Extraordinary manipulation by powerful people led to the creation of Robert Mueller’s continuing investigation and prosecution of General Michael Flynn. Notably, the recent postponement of General Flynn’s sentencing provides an opportunity for more evidence to be revealed that will provide massive ammunition for a motion to withdraw Flynn’s guilty plea and dismiss the charges against him.
Yesterday, Congressman Trey Gowdy, member of the House Intelligence Committee, asked a number of questions, piquing everyone’s interest in the long awaited and super-hyped memo. As reported by The Daily Caller's own Chuck Ross, Congressman Gowdy was signaling points of interest and suggesting answers with his questions.
Weeks ago, it became apparent that we were dealing with not only “mission creep” by Robert Mueller, but with “a case of creeps on a mission—to destabilize and destroy this President.”
The fallacious facade of quasi-attorney general Mueller’s “investigation” is crumbling by the minute, revealing ugly truths and the stench of a political persecution at its worst.
Long before Donald Trump ran for president or most people had heard of Paul Manafort, fabled Judge Alex Kozinski proclaimed a veritable epidemic of prosecutorial misconduct. The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times and even The New York Times joined the Kozinski chorus. Abuses of power by prosecutors have changed the balance of power in the United States Senate and sent countless innocent people to prison.