Robert Mueller was hailed by both sides of the aisle as a guy that got things done and could put politics aside. Well, like James Comey before him (who the exact same things were said of), that doesn’t seem to be the case. Mueller’s Special Prosecutor team seems to be filled with people who are hell-bent on finding Donald Trump guilty of colluding with the Russians, and if not that, then anything that snowflakes can use to try and impeach him. That, in my mind anyway, isn’t what a special prosecutor is all about.
And so, it begs the question: In this highly politicized atmosphere that we live in today, is there a man, woman, or child in this country that could actually take over such a role and impartially reach a conclusion with both sides of politics agreeing on it? I am beginning to think not.
Mueller is running into major trouble and looks like he may actually be fired over his perceived bias, and probably this month sometime. In the span of the last week, we’ve learned of people that have been fired from his team because of anti-Trump/pro-Clinton tweets; we’ve learned that he got tens of thousands of emails during the transition, illegally; we’ve learned that FBI officials that Mueller was heavily leaning on for information in his investigation have actually been suspended for “bias”. Basically, when you look at this investigation, it has gone nowhere. Word is that even Paul Manafort may walk because of ill-gotten evidence from a guy that was supposed to be pure as the driven snow!
Have we reached the point of our country’s history where we are politically so segmented and fragmented that two sides aren’t going to ever be able to work together and accomplish anything? It appears that very well may be the case. Oh, it didn’t start with Trump’s election either. Go back to obamacare, when Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi wouldn’t let Republicans in to look at what the snowflakes were working on. Look at Reid not passing a single budget the entire time he was Majority Leader in the Senate (something he has a constitutional duty to do). Look at the fact that Democrats have lined up against everything and anything the GOP has proposed this year. It’s a wonder anything gets done in congress!
I’ve always said that gridlock is good because government can’t screw things up when they can’t get anything done. But there comes a time when you’ve got to fix obvious mistakes of the past and make people’s lives better. Has the right gotten so far right, and the left off the charts left to the point that they can’t even be civil to one another? Just read some of the comments left by liberals on this blog. Hate-filled, full of expletives and terribly wrong information. It’s to the point where those folks don’t even GET the point. They don’t care what the point is. Any intelligence got tossed out the window eons ago.
So, no. I do not believe Robert Mueller can adequately and fairly prosecute any case against anybody at this point in time, and I doubt there is anybody else than can either. The hatred both sides feel for each other is too great. And if we’ve learned one thing, while it’s fun to watch, when the left gets filled with hate, all of their so-called intelligence (which wasn’t much to start with) heads out the window…and emotion takes over where intelligence is gone. The sorry point is, they don’t seem to recognize the difference.
Carry on world…you’re dismissed!