President Donald Trump will not be indicted as part of Robert Mueller’s witch hunt involving alleged Russia collusion in the 2016 election, or for anything else that the Mueller people have tried to zero in on in their 2-year witch hunt of Trump-World.
Mueller told Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani that an indictment will not be made against the president. In recent weeks, Trump has gone on offense against Mueller, finally hitting hard against Democrats for their own Russia collusion.
“They can’t indict. At least they acknowledged that to us after some battling, they acknowledged that to us,” Giuliani said Wednesday. Giuliani helped Trump focus on using presidential privilege to shut down the conspiracy against him.
The Obamagate spy scandal, involving Deep State operatives obtaining FISA warrants based on phony dossiers and a set-up meeting with Don Jr. and a Fusion GPS operative in Trump Tower, is now galvanizing Republican lawmakers like Chuck Grassley and Devin Nunes to get involved.
A lot of people rightly criticized Attorney General Jeff Sessions for recusing himself in this case, which opened the sewer door to Mueller and his hyper-partisan team, which we managed to expose time and time again for their Clinton connections and their illegal activities in surveilling President Trump.
But Sessions is still at DOJ, and Trump is not getting indicted.
Hopefully the President can move on now and focus full time on governing the country as we face so many dangerous obstacles both at home and overseas.