It is already a treasonous farce, because you only appoint a prosecutor if you have evidence of a crime, not to go on a witch hunt to overthrow the will of the people. The left and the RINOs hate Trump – they hate the common folk. We staged a revolution in 1776 against this very kind of thing.
If they overthrow the will of the people, the people must throw back. We cannot take this with a shrug.
UPDATE: GR reader points out: ” It cuts both ways because senate candidate. Blumenthal lied about his military service in order to attract the Veteran community vote. Therefore, he committed a crime under the False Claims Act and should be held accountable for his deception of the voters in order to obtain their votes and defeat his opponent.”
— Pamela Geller (@PamelaGeller) August 4, 2017
I submit that if the whole of the U.S. government with its enormous wealth and power investigated any American, every basic aspect of their life, their dealings, everything, they could indict a ham sandwich.
Dem Sen Blumenthal: ‘Any Kind of Crime Is Fair for the Special Prosecutor to Pursue’
— OutFrontCNN (@OutFrontCNN) August 4, 2017
August 4, 2017, by Ian Hanchett, Breitbart:
On Friday’s broadcast of CNN’s “OutFront,” Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) argued that it would be fair for Special Counsel Bob Mueller to pursue any kind of crime.
Anchor Erin Burnett asked Blumenthal, “What about if they’re looking at financials and they find a financial crime, but it is not related to the election or to Russia? … Is that fair game, as it was for President Clinton?”
Blumenthal answered, “For the special counsel to be pursuing financial crimes or dealings that may lead him to charge others, like Michael Flynn, with financial crimes, and then for Michael Flynn to provide evidence that’s relevant to collusion and conspiracy between that Trump campaign and the Russians, also is well within the mandate of the special counsel.”
Burnett followed up to ask if Blumenthal was saying that it isn’t fair game if the special counsel finds a crime that isn’t related to the election or Russia.
He responded, “Any kind of crime is fair for the special prosecutor to pursue. If the special prosecutor finds a violation of law, he can pursue it himself, or he can turn it over to another prosecutor.”