Texas Republican congressman and House Freedom Caucus stalwart Louie Gohmert called former special counsel Robert Mueller an “anal opening” Monday as Mueller prepares to testify before Congress after finding no Russian collusion on the part of President Trump.
“He’s done some irreparable damage to some things and he’s got to answer for them. It reinforced the anal opening that I believe Mueller to be,” Gohmert stated to Politico.
Gohmert’s strong defense of the president — exemplified routinely, including by his push for the government shutdown to force a national emergency to build the Wall — has made him one of the most popular members of the Republican caucus, but the establishment wing of the party still holds disproportionate power against the lawmakers who are more robustly supported by the people.
ormer special counsel Robert Mueller “exhausted” his investigation into President Donald Trump’s non-existent Russia collusion in December 2017, but kept the investigation going for more than a year even though he was warned that he was impeding President Trump’s ability to govern the United States of America. (READ — HOWLEY: Here’s The Full Story of How Obama, Hillary and Brennan Carried Out The Crime of the Century).
“By early December, he had exhausted all of the evidence and the witnesses,” President Trump’s former lawyer John Dowd said of Mueller in Dowd’s recent interview with journalist Byron York, as reported by the Citizen Free Press.
“I said, look, what basis do you have to do it? We’re not afraid of a grand jury subpoena. You want to do it, you’ve got yourself a war and you’re going to lose it. There’s no way Mueller could win that. I think he concluded that, even with all the firepower he had on his side, I think they knew they couldn’t do it. I think they thought they might scare us into it, but we were not going to go there.”
“I asked, what’s the president’s status? Mueller said he’s a witness-slash-subject. And I said, you mean he has no exposure? He said that’s right. So I knew then for sure, by inference, that Mueller had nothing to proceed on in the collusion and conspiracy area,” Dowd said.
So now we know that the Operation Crossfire Hurricane conspirators allowed the media narrative to continue through the 2018 midterms with no evidence. Would that qualify as election interference?
Dowd reportedly warned Mueller that he was interfering with the president’s governance. President Trump never tried to invoke executive privilege to protect himself, and Rod Rosenstein was compromised by his own conspiring against Trump, forcing him to go along with the Mueller plot, according to insiders.
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