The 12 Most Illegal and Unconstitutional Violations Committed in Trump Probe – David Harris Jr

America has come to a fork in the road and which direction we take from here will decide what kind of country we are. It has become obvious even to the most casual observer that the US government was weaponized in order to prevent Donald Trump from winning the presidential election and once he won, an effort to remove him from office with lies and innuendo by the most powerful agencies of the government were thrown in to achieve their nefarious purpose of overthrowing a legitimate election.

here at the fork, we could continue that journey that would then put the Deep State in charge of our daily lives and invest in them the power to decide who should and who should not be elected, with the means to enforce it. At that point, we as Americans cease to be free.

Or, we could investigate the investigators and send them away for a very long time for defying the laws and the constitution they were sworn to uphold. Let the world see what a free society does when it’s government becomes corrupt and once again take our rightful place as the country the world looks up to to provide freedom and prosperity for our citizens.

That being said, let us now look at the 12 most heinous acts committed by the Deep State that was put together by Jim Hoft in the Gateway Pundit:

1.Rosenstein’s special counsel order identifies collusion as the crime but no such crime exists in US Law.

Gregg Jarrett at FOX News wrote when Mueller initially brought charges against Manafort that Mueller is tasked with finding a crime that does not exist in the law. It is a legal impossibility. He is being asked to do something that is manifestly unattainable because there is no such thing as the crime of collusion with foreign countries in the US statutory code.

Jarrett wrote about the Trump – Russia Collusion investigation and in his post Jarrett makes many statements that are almost shocking, but none more than the fact that the entire investigation is lawless.

2. Mueller’s investigation exceeds the scope of special counsel law which requires the scope of a special counsel to be specific. Rosenstein created the special counsel with a scope that is so broad it is not supported by this law.

Paul Manafort sued the DOJ, Mueller and Rosenstein because what they are doing is not supported by US Law as noted previously by Jarrett.  Manafort’s plea argued in paragraph 33 that the special counsel put in place by crooked Rosenstein gave crooked and criminal Mueller powers that are not permitted by law –

But paragraph (b)(ii) of the Appointment Order purports to grant Mr. Mueller further authority to investigate and prosecute “any matters that arose or may arise directly from the investigation.” That grant of authority is not authorized by DOJ’s special counsel regulations. It is not a “specific factual statement of the matter to be investigated.” Nor is it an ancillary power to address efforts to impede or obstruct investigation under 28 C.F.R. § 600.4(a).

After Rosenstein and Mueller provided additional documentation to the court about the scope of Mueller’s investigation, Gregg Jarrett tweeted that this was additional support that Mueller’s investigation is unconstitutional

 

7. Rosenstein does not have authorization over tax crimes. Only the Assistant Attorney General in charge of Tax Division can authorize indictments of tax crimes.

8. Rosenstein’s letter tells Mueller only to look to Rosenstein for clarification of Mueller’s authorization. Rosenstein is not the Attorney General of the United States, and could not monopolize supervision of Mueller for matters that did not relate to Sessions’ recusal.

9. By Rosenstein issuing his expanded authorization to Mueller in secret, Rosenstein created a secret inquisitor, unelected and un-appointed by elected officials, with all the powers of the federal criminal law enforcement, but none of the democratic checks and balances.

10. The special counsel law requires that the Attorney General create the special counsel when a criminal investigation is warranted. There was no reason for Rosenstein to create the special counsel that could not have been addressed with other means, if necessary.

According to the Cornell Law School, the law states that the grounds for setting up a special counsel require the following –

The Attorney General, or in cases in which the Attorney General is recused, the Acting Attorney General, will appoint a Special Counsel when he or she determines that criminal investigation of a person or matter is warranted.

11. The entire story of Trump – Russia collusion was a farce. Deep State had a spy in the Trump campaign who set up young and eager twenty-something George Papadopoulos in England.

Rush Limbaugh shared an overview of the setup a couple of days ago –

Now, the important thing to remember here is that Papadopoulos was a peripheral member of the Trump campaign. He didn’t know anything officially. He wasn’t close enough to anybody to know anything. He’s 24, 25 years old, whatever, but he never had day-to-day contact with Trump. He didn’t have day-to-day contact with the Trump campaign foreign policy team, none of that. He was targeted because he was a young, eager beaver. He was targeted and he was set up and he was entrapped,” Limbaugh said in his explanation.

“It’s all trumped up, folks. No pun intended. None of it’s real. All of it was made up. It was simply created to permit an investigation, just like Comey telling Trump the dossier existed served as the mechanism to get the media in the clear to report on the dossier. This thing is more fake… This whole investigation is more fake and more phony — more connived — than you could possibly imagine,” Limbaugh said.

12. Mueller’s Special Counsel took emails and attorney – client privileged information from the Trump transition team and from President Trump’s personal attorney. These egregious acts that destroyed the attorney – client privilege between the President of the US and his personal attorneys are unconstitutional and perhaps the most brazen illegal actions taken in US history.

We now have to ask ourselves if this behavior good or bad for our freedom. Of course it’s a no brainer. If the Democrats are unable to field a qualified candidate to receive their nomination, then the government must not intervene on his or her behalf. In the meantine, sift out the Deep State and cuff them and stuff them.



H/T: www.davidharrisjr.com