by Dick Phelan, Great State of Texas.
Trump’s Risky Gambits
It’s all about covering up the collusion between Obama administration politicos (the “Deep State”) and the Clinton campaign to affect the outcome of the election. It may very well affect the outcome of the next three elections (this mid-term, the 2020 presidential, and the 2022 mid-term).
Sessions will go down as Trump’s biggest mistake of his short political career. No, I take that back. It will likely go down as the biggest mistake of his political life.
Sessions, either as a willing partner or dupe, is right smack at the center of facilitating the entire “Deep State” operation.
Sessions has been an unmitigated disaster. It puzzles me why Trump keeps him. To hell with those who worry about “political fallout.” Frankly, the country would be far better served by dynamic changes over static lame-duck controversies. More people would welcome a change in AG. The progressive manic media are irrelevant. Leftists cannot avoid overplaying their ridiculous game to the point when now, they believe their own propaganda!
Here is what Trump should do ASAP:
1. Contact AG Sessions, Deputy AG Rosenstein, and Special Counsel Mueller and tell them (not “ask”) to be in the White House within 24 hours (at a specified time).
2. Require all three to be prepared to:
a) Bring the evidence of a crime that was used under DOJ regulations to appoint the Special Counsel.
b) Show the provenance of such evidence to certify the basis of its authenticity.
c) Describe any corroborating or additional evidence uncovered so far that would justify the continued activity of the Special Counsel.
3. Together with their summon, inform them that:
a) Failure to attend and fully provide requested documentation will be grounds for immediate dismissal.
b) Failure of original appointment to comply with all DOJ and Federal regulations/laws/policy will be grounds for immediate termination of the Special Counsel and dismissal of the Deputy AG for malfeasance.
c) The AG will be prepared to explain why he has allowed the DOJ to continue to stonewall and redact information requested by Congress and why, given the revelations to date, he has allowed the Deputy AG to allow an unrestricted Special Counsel to operate outside his authority. Failure of the AG to provide an adequate explanation will result in his termination as AG.
4. The evening after the meeting, the President should address the American people to:
a) Describe actions he’s taken to dismiss anyone and a detailed basis for such action
b) Announce any replacements (which he should be prepared to make).
c) Assure the American people that the collusion of the Obama administration, the Clinton campaign, and the DNC with each other and agencies of our Federal government to affect the 2016 election will be fully investigated and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law where criminal activity is found.
d) Assure the American people that no matter where it occurred, any collusion with representatives of the Russian government to affect the 2016 election will be honestly and fully investigated.
e) Assure the American people that any criminal activity of former Secretary of State Clinton with respect to obstruction of justice, repeated severe violations of national security laws, and RICO operations to enrich the Clinton Foundation, will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law and punished accordingly.
f) Propose Congress pass a new Federal Law that prohibits any federally-authorized investigator from pursuing avenues of criminal activity unrelated to their investigation (witch hunting) for the sole purpose of blackmailing individuals into revealing or creating information that might support their legitimate investigation. These illicit activities have got to be made illegal because they abuse our justice system and ruin innocent lives in the process.
This would effectively end the shielding of Clinton (email criminal activity, RICO violations as Secretary of State, criminal election abuses, etc.) and take a huge step in the direction of restoring faith in our judicial system.