It was one year ago today when former FBI Director Robert Mueller was appointed by U.S. Department of Justice Deputy (DOJ) Attorney Rod Rosenstein as special counsel to oversee the investigation into Russian Collusion efforts with the Trump Campaign to influence the 2016 election on May 17, 2017, at 12:20 pm EDT, eight days after Trump fired former FBI director (and Mueller BFF) James Comey.
The DOJ Special investigation outcome was to determine if there was coordination between Russia and Donald Trump Campaign in order to tip the 2016 presidential election in Trump’s favor – as Hillary Clinton’s victory was essentially assured by nearly every establishment pollster, political pundit, and Washington Beltway insider.
So far, 13 Russians and three Russian companies have been indicted and accused of conspiring together to fund a hidden but effective social media campaign to exploit American divisions on race and other hot-button topics as well as favor Trump over Clinton.
However, the criminal cases so far have not resolved the core question of the alleged Trump-Russia collusion. So far there are still NO FINDINGS to date of campaign collusion or obstruction of justice on the part of Trump, that would be necessary to start impeachment proceedings in Congress — especially if Democrats take control in the midterm elections.
The biggest unresolved question is whether Trump will sit for an interview with Mueller — and what will happen if he does not.
Based on Mueller may take the extraordinary step of seeking a grand jury subpoena to force his testimony, though such a move could prolong the investigation by many months and may end with a fight before the U.S. Supreme Court.
My prediction (based on the testimonies of Mundane Political Horary) is that Trump will not sit for an interview, resulting in Mueller taking the extraordinary steps of seeking a grand jury subpoena to force his testimony, though such a move will prolong the investigation by another year and may end with a major legal fight before the U.S. Supreme Court which would likely fall short.
However, that possible move on Mueller’s part would be fraught with tremendous political risk as the Justice Department legal memos from 1973 and 2000 have suggested that a sitting president is immune from any form of indictment during his term in office, and that criminal charges would undermine the ability of the Commander-in-Chief to do the job.
Conclusion: Based on the Mundane Horary portents, I believe we can rule out the possibility of Mueller successfully indicting Trump that would imminently result in impeachment proceedings by Congress that could lead to the expulsion of a sitting president. In fact, it seems the only campaign collusion that was that done was by the DNC leadership and the DEEP STATE, who were unable to win a General Election despite having a Washington Establishment candidate with a with larger voter base and substantial campaign resources and funding.
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