Gregg Jarrett points out the sad reality that Sessions recused himself unnecessarily under the wrong law. There’s also evidence that Mueller’s falling out of favor as…
Lou Dobbs and Gregg Jarrett almost don’t know where to begin in tackling the embracing by the left of criminality, hypocrisy and abuse of power as the new normal. Jarrett observes, “Well, the New York Times is desperate but Robert Mueller must really be desperate if he thinks that scolding the Attorney General over his wrongful recusal is somehow obstruction of justice.”
Jarrett educates Mueller or, at a minimum, lets him know he’s not getting away with his latest deception, saying, “Under the law obstruction requires a corrupt purpose and as Victoria [Toensing] pointed out, a lie, threat, bribe, destruction of evidence or altering of documents. Scolding your AG because he was dumb in relying on the wrong regulation in his recusal is not obstruction of justice.”
Jarrett continues, “And so this just underscores what a colossal waste of taxpayer money Mueller has cost us.” He says, “Americans now are beginning to realize the President is the victim, not the villain, here, that there was never any evidence of a crime to justify a criminal investigation, no legitimate intelligence to justify a counterintelligence investigation. And Americans are turning against Robert Mueller and James Comey.” [[WATCH VIDEO BELOW]]
He cites the latest CBS poll stating, “The majority of Americans believe this investigation is politically motivated and Americans are right, it is.” Dobbs references President Trump’s statement that he wishes he’d chosen someone other than the now the AWOL AG for the job. Jarrett says that calling Sessions a feckless Attorney General is a generous assessment of his skills, “he has no skills,” and then critiques his judgment and integrity in accepting the position.
Jarrett says the President “is rightfully angry because Jeff Sessions, as he was standing there taking the oath of office, knew he would be recusing himself. He testified before Congress that the very next morning he met with officials at the Department of Justice to put in motion his recusal,” relying on the wrong information. “He betrayed the President, he wasn’t honest with the President about it.”
“He should have told President Trump, ‘here’s what I’m thinking about doing,’ and they could have examined the law and determined that he didn’t have to recuse himself in a counterintelligence probe, only in a criminal case, and it was then not a criminal case.
Jarrett says, “The Democrats, I think, are running scared about this Mueller probe. They’re beginning to realize the boomerang effect that it will have in the midterm elections if it persists.
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