Turns Out, Robert Mueller Threatened To Subpoena Trump Last Month And Boy Were Trump’s Lawyers Mad!

Turns Out, Robert Mueller Threatened To Subpoena Trump Last Month And Boy Were Trump’s Lawyers Mad!

Yeah, so Robert Mueller. And David Dennison. One of those people is a legendary lawman, respected by pretty much everyone outside of circles Alex Jones runs in and the other one is a fictional character concocted by a failed businessman who wanted to cover up an affair with a porn star when the Alex Jones crowd got him elected President. Mr. Dennison is no fan of Mr. Mueller as he not-so-patiently explained for the thousandth time on Wednesday morning via the following nearly incomprehensible
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3 thoughts on “Turns Out, Robert Mueller Threatened To Subpoena Trump Last Month And Boy Were Trump’s Lawyers Mad!

  1. The fabricated WH message regarding a conversation about a Mueller subpoena “threat,” or “warning,” to give the impression that Mueller is being the oppressor and Trump the victim of a heavy-hand is funny.

    Picture this: Dowd and Mueller are negotiating as to whether Trump will voluntarily appear for an interview. At the same time, Mueller is engaged in the unprecedented act of providing narrowly described areas of questioning that Trump will be subjected to.

    While in the midst of negotiating, Dowd obviously states that even with the heads up on the areas of questioning, Trump may nevertheless refuse to appear.

    What’s Mueller supposed to say? “Okay, Mr. Dowd, you have me there. Checkmate. It’s really up to the President if he wants to be questioned. Nothing else I can do.”

    Or, Mueller can say, “Well, Mr. Dowd, as you know this case concerns the nation’s national security, the sanctity of its electoral process and the need to learn your client’s state of mind during critical moments so that we may complete our report, and so the next step would be to subpoena your client as we would any other witness similarly situated.” So form of the foregoing paragraph would be said, but I would not be surprised if went like this: “Then we’ll have to subpoena your client as we would any other witness.”

    I have heard some legal experts on all sides opine that Mueller wouldn’t go the compulsory process route and would basically role over if Trump refused to give a voluntary statement. My reaction has been laughter.

    For it’s hilarious to think that Mueller, in the most important investigation of this kind in American history, would not to use a Grand Jury subpoena to test the resolve of a non-cooperating Donald Trump, who had fired the FBI Director, Acting AG, turned the DOJ and FBI on its head, took a myriad of other well documented public actions to interfere with the Mueller and FBI investigations, and who prima facie took steps and had others take steps as part of a course of action to aid, assist, conspire, support and join with Russian agents, actors, cut-outs and their contractors to illegally impact the outcome of the 2016 election in his favor.

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