Judge Andrew Napolitano implored President Trump not to take the advice of his attorney, Ty Cobb, to submit to an interview with Inquisitor Mueller. It’s a trap, he warns and Cobb
There are those who have questioned the quality of the legal advice that Ty Cobb has been providing to President Trump and as this video shows there does seem to be some validity to those concerns.
Cobb is speaking with CBS reporter Major Garrett regarding the possibility of President Trump being interviewed under oath by the grand inquisitor, witch hunter Robert Mueller. Garrett asks, “Is it, from your vantage point right now, Ty Cobb, a virtual certainty that the President will have some Q and A with the special counsel, Robert Mueller?”
Cobb replied, “That’s my belief.” Garrett asked, “And do you think there is any danger for the President in that encounter?” The obvious response for anyone would be “yes,” no matter the location or the reason for being questioned, there’s always the chance that things are not as they appear or that they could go wrong. For some reason Cobb had to take a brief moment to think it over.”
He responded, “You know, I would hope that a fair-minded office of special counsel would approach it in a dutiful way consistent with precedent and wouldn’t be a mere perjury trap.”
This guy is either dumber than that stupid mustache makes him look or he’s playing the other side of the street. Mueller is a tool of the establishment shadow government and is part of the cabal that is working to remove him from office. [[VIDEO BELOW]]
Mueller will never be fair or objective in any regard. He’s going to do everything he can to trap President Trump so that criminal charges can be filed and he can be impeached. That is Mueller’s goal. There’s nothing objective in their witch hunt and no crime to be investigated. The interview is all about a fishing trip and if he follows Cobb Trump would be jumping into Mueller’s bass boat.
Cobb told Garrett, “The President is very eager to sit down and explain whatever is responsive to the questions that the office of special [counsel], very eager.”
Judge Andrew Napolitano sees it differently, saying, “I would do everything I could to temper that eagerness. There’s an old one-liner with which Ty Cobb is familiar, ‘Don’t talk to a guy that owns a grand jury, because he will find a way to trap you,’ by reading to the grand jury what you told him and comparing it with other evidence.”
Napolitano is adamant in warning President Trump, saying, “Never, never, never, I can’t say never enough, let your client sit down with the prosecutors who are trying to develop a case against him. Never expect them to be fair. Never expect them to tell everything that they know. You will never know and your client, the President, will never know everything that they know about him.”
He adds, “It’s a recipe for disaster.” Napolitano seems to be providing more impassioned and better advice for free than the dufus with the silly looking mustache is providing for a hefty fee.
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