Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Mueller should probe the Clintons’ $152 million–plus in payoffs


Strolling one afternoon near Manhattan’s Sixth Avenue and West 34th Street, I spotted two tourists with their faces nestled in a map. They looked hopelessly lost.

“Can I help you?” I asked.

Thoroughly flummoxed, they pleaded, “Where’s the Empire State Building?”

I pointed straight up, one block east, and said: “It’s right there!”

Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team resemble those hapless travelers. They scour their visitors’ guide in vain for any trace of Team Trump’s alleged Russian collusion. Meanwhile, just steps away, the Clintons’ Russian-collusion skyscraper soars into the clouds.

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  1. He Doesn't Have the Authority Special Prosecutor Muller: Neutered?

    Sessions only recused himself from, “Any existing or future investigations of any matters related in any way to the campaigns for President of the United States.” This recusal letter limits the scope of Sessions’ recusal, only to the 2016 campaign.

    Because of this limited recusal, Muller does not have authority to investigate ANYTHING else.


    1. He's delving into many aspects not related to Russia as we know.