Robert Mueller has one last trick in his bag to overthrow Donald Trump.
The crazed, anti-Trump Mueller will not admit that his scheme to impeach the President failed.
But Trey Gowdy just went on Fox News and exposed this crime that will shut down Mueller’s coup.
Democrats and Robert Mueller were left scrambling once the special counsel was forced to admit defeat after two years of hunting for evidence of Russian collusion and obstruction of justice.
What the anti-Trump forces in the special counsel’s office and Democrat Party settled on was public testimony by Mueller.
Democrats want to orchestrate a public spectacle where the all-powerful Bob Mueller lays out the case to impeach the President by detailing the evidence of Trump obstructing justice.
It looked like the plan was coming together.
But there’s just one problem.
Trey Gowdy appeared on Martha MacCallum’s Fox News program and explained that Department of Justice policy prevents Mueller from discussing derogatory information about individuals who have not been charged with crimes.
“Well, it’s going to be hard. He is not going to have a lot to have say because DOJ policy does not allow him to discuss derogatory information against an uncharged person. So what the Democrats want is for him to painstakingly go through all of the information he had that led to obstruction, or that they think leads to obstruction, and the conclusion is he didn’t indict him. So DOJ policy doesn’t allow that conversation. I’m not sure what else he can talk about,” Gowdy began.
“Well, even the unredacted information, I mean, some of it by law he cannot discuss. Lots of it by law he cannot discuss. But even what is unredacted, the Department of Justice policy is you cannot discuss derogatory information against someone you did not indict. The department doesn’t speak in press conferences and reports. They use indictments. Either indict or shut up. And he didn’t indict,” Gowdy concluded.
Gowdy also hinted at another problem with the Mueller report.
As a prosecutor, Mueller’s only job is to bring charges or not bring charges.
Mueller wrote in his report that he would have “exonerated” the President if he could have.
But the prosecutor’s job is not to exonerate anyone.
That’s because in America, you are innocent until proven guilty—not presumed guilty until Robert Mueller says you are innocent.
Mueller never should have written a report chock full of supposed misdeeds by Trump if he was not going to recommend obstruction of justice charges against the President.
The only reason he did so was to provide Democrats a road map to pursue the impeachment of Donald Trump.
Mueller was not a principled prosecutor.
Robert Mueller was just another political swamp hack hellbent on destroying Donald Trump.
But as Trey Gowdy pointed out, Mueller’s desperate gambit to offer public testimony against the President is not just unethical—it is illegal.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.