The Robert Mueller investigation into Trump has been a silent coup attempt from the very beginning. It’s only purpose has been to overthrow a duly and rightfully elected president all because he doesn’t hold the beliefs of the political establishment.
Now, it looks like this political witch hunt might finally be coming to an end! It turns out that Special Counsel Mueller “illegally and unconstitutionally” gained access to the private emails of Trump’s transition team.
After catching wind of Mueller’s illegal actions, Homeland Security Committee Chairman Senator Ron Johnson is now demanding the parties in question surrender documents and submit to questioning. This is the beginning of the end, folks.
The illegal information was allegedly provided to Mueller’s team via the General Services Administration.
Check it out, per Fox News:
Those records included emails sent and received by 13 senior Trump transition officials. Among the officials who used transition email accounts was former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty to a count of making false statements to FBI agents in January and is now cooperating with Mueller’s investigation.
“We understand that the special counsel’s office has subsequently made extensive use of the materials it obtained from the GSA, including materials that are susceptible to privilege claims,” Langhofer wrote. He added that some of the records obtained by the special counsel’s office from the GSA “have been leaked to the press by unknown persons.”
Axios had this to say:
Charging “unlawful conduct,” Kory Langhofer, counsel for the transition team, wrote in a letter to congressional committees Saturday that “career staff at the General Services Administration… have unlawfully produced [transition team] private materials, including privileged communications, to the Special Counsel’s Office.”
The seven-page letter, obtained by Axios, says: “We understand that the Special Counsel’s Office has subsequently made extensive use of the materials it obtained from the GSA, including materials that are susceptible to privilege claims.”
The letter says this was a violation of Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable search and seizure.
Washington Examiner reported that Senator Johnson is pressing the GSA for details concerning exactly which administrator approved the release of the emails:
Sen. Ron Johnson, chairman of the Homeland Security Committee, on Monday asked the General Services Administration to turn over more information about exactly how special counsel Robert Mueller obtained the Trump transition team’s communications.
These last fews weeks have not been good for Robert Mueller or his team. As Representative Trey Gowdy made abundantly clear on the floor of the House, the whole point of having special counsels is to insure an unbiased investigation.
Essentially, they should be “like Caesar’s wife” to use Alan Dershowitz’s phrase and be above reproach. This situation, of course, is nothing of the sort.
Do you want to see the Robert Mueller dismissed, the investigation terminated, and the president left unencumbered to do his job?
Should someone go to jail?