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Brennan Panics, Orders Democrats To Immediately Remove The President From Office

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Opinion| On Wednesday, special counsel Robert Mueller held a Press Conference regarding his counsel’s findings through a nearly 2-year probe into allegations of collusion between the 2016 Trump presidential campaign and the Russians. Mueller bashed Trump, fleeing from the microphone shortly after, dodging questions.

Mueller should have thought twice before he decided to suggest that his team of anti-Trump Democrats were unable to find that Trump was not guilty of committing a crime.

The Gateway Pundit called Mueller’s display “disgusting” and “reprehensible.”

After Mueller’s Press Conference, disgraced former CIA Director John Brennan gave his own orders to Democrats.

John Brennan insisted, “The public statement today is going to give momentum to those who want to move forward with impeachment hearings. I think there can be no doubt about Mr. Mueller’s message that the obstruction of justice issue is not resolved and that there needs to be a follow up action on it.”

Brennan stated, “I do think it’s going to give some additional momentum to them, whether or not they’re going to decide to do it. This is not just a legal issue, it’s a political issue and obviously there are political considerations. I think the cry for impeachment is going to increase, and it’s going to be interesting to see how the White House and Mr. Trump reacts to a very clear, and I believe, very pointed statement by Bob Mueller.”

The Washington Examiner reported:

In his first and only public address about his 22-month-long Russia investigation, Mueller refused to clear Trump of obstruction of justice even though he declined to make a determination on the matter. “As set forth in the report after that investigation, if we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime we would have said so,” he said.

Citing longstanding Department of Justice policy, Mueller said charging a sitting president with a crime was not an option his team could consider and noted that charging Trump would be unconstitutional. Attorney General William Barr said he and former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein concluded there was insufficient evidence to establish a crime.

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