Robert Mueller Says He Could Not Charge Trump While He Is President, So Democrats’ Now Call for Impeachment

Special counsel Robert Mueller gave a speech before he resigned from his two-year investigation into President Trump, saying that a Justice Department ruling prevented him from charging the President with a federal crime while he is in office. The Special Counsel’s report and his statement concluded that his office could not reach a determination about whether the President committed a crime. Mueller refused to testify in front of Congress, saying that the report is his testimony.

A host of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates are calling for impeachment. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, are the lawmakers who would actually spearhead an inquiry, and they say they will continue their investigations. -GEG

Special counsel Robert Mueller delivered a valedictory statement Wednesday before he resigned from his two-year investigation into President Trump, saying he could not exonerate the president of criminal wrongdoing.

Though he’d said as much in his 448-page report, hearing it from the mouth of the man who spent two years investigating Mr. Trump was a dam-break moment for many Democrats on Capitol Hill and on the 2020 presidential campaign trail, who said Mr. Mueller’s statement was an invitation to begin impeachment proceedings against Mr. Trump.

In a nine-minute statement from the Justice Department’s headquarters in Washington Mr. Mueller
said his work was done, he was shutting down the special counsel’s
office and would resist calls to testify to Congress or speak publicly,
saying his 448-page report spoke for itself.

But it was his summary that rekindled the impeachment fire for many Democrats.

“If we had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so,” Mr. Mueller said. “We did not, however, make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime.”

He also signaled that he didn’t bring charges against Mr. Trump because of longstanding Justice Department policy that a sitting president cannot be charged.

Yet he did make such a determination on one
aspect of his investigation, saying there was “insufficient evidence” to
conclude the president or his team conspired with Russia
to subvert the 2016 election. But when it came to whether the president
obstructed justice in trying to stymy investigations into the election,
Mr. Mueller said they didn’t attempt to reach a conclusion because of the department’s policy.

“We concluded that we would not reach a
determination, one way or the other, about whether the president
committed a crime,” he said.

The seemingly contradictory statements fueled
diametrically opposed reactions from the president’s supporters and his
political opponents.

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Judicial Watch Estimates 900,000 Aliens Illegally Voted in 2018 Midterm Elections

Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, estimates that at least 900,000 aliens illegally voted in the 2018 midterms. He tweeted that new data from Texas and Pennsylvania indicate that foreigners are illegally voting in massive numbers. Voter ID laws help prevent voter fraud, but those who benefit from massive migration say that this is racism. -GEG

The Left, which wants to be able to steal elections, pretends voting fraud doesn’t exist. Judicial Watch knows better:

MASSIVE VOTER FRAUD? I estimate at least 900,000
aliens illegally voted in midterms. New numbers out of Texas and
Pennsylvania suggest foreign nationals illegally voting in massive
numbers! Voter id AND citizenship verification needed! @JudicialWatch

— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) May 28, 2019

Leftists push out Texas official for raising questions about non-citizen voting.

— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) May 28, 2019

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Forensic Accountant Discovers that the Federal Reserve Cooks Its Books

Alan Myers is a forensic accountant, an expert on uncovering accounting fraud. He says the Fed should be abolished because of the profound damage it inflicts on the American economy and on the purchasing power of American citizens. Now he is saying “The Fed is even worse than I thought. It actually cooks its books!” Alan will be a featured speaker at the Red Pill expo June 7–9, 2019, in Hartford, Connecticut and will explain what he discovered.

lan Myers is a forensic accountant who is
an expert on uncovering accounting fraud. He and I share the opinion
that the Fed should be abolished because of the profound damage it
inflicts on the American economy and on the purchasing power of American
citizens, but a few months ago, Alan said: “The Fed is even worse than I
thought. It cooks its books!”

Alan will be a featured speaker at the
Red Pill expo June 7–9 in Hartford, Connecticut and will explain what he
discovered, and you will be amazed that they get away with such fraud. 

When you visit the Expo web site, you
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Private Group Called ‘We Build the Wall’ Was Ordered to ‘Cease and Desist’ Construction on Border Wall

We Build the Wall, a group founded by Brian Kolfage, a triple amputee Air Force veteran, raised more than $20 million from over 300,000 people on GoFundMe, a crowd-sourced fundraising site. We Build the Wall broke ground in New Mexico, on a half mile stretch of private wall that connects two 21-mile sections of existing fencing to fill a gap that allowed drug and human smuggling. The estimated cost was between $6 to $8 million. We Build the Wall was ordered to ‘cease and desist’ for lacking proper permits, according to Sunland Park Mayor, Javier Perea.

We Build the Wall members include Steve Bannon, former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, former Representative Tom Tancredo, former baseball player Curt Schilling, former Sheriff David Clarke, and Blackwater founder Erik Prince.

A group that raised millions of dollars in a GoFundMe campaign says it has broken ground on a project to build its own stretch of border wall on private property.

We Build the Wall, a group founded by a triple amputee Air Force veteran, said in a series of social media posts Monday it had started construction on private property in New Mexico. The announcement comes months after the group began its GoFundMe campaign to raise private donations for a border wall, and days after a federal judge blocked President Donald Trump from tapping into billions in Defense Department funds for his administration’s wall construction efforts.

Federal judge blocks Trump from using Defense funds for parts of border wall“Buckle up, we’re just getting started!” the group wrote in a Facebook post, sharing what it said were images of construction over the weekend.

On Monday evening, a CNN team watched as heavy machinery rumbled over the site near the New Mexico-Texas state line near El Paso. Kris Kobach, former Kansas secretary of state and longtime immigration hard-liner, spoke to CNN over the clanking and beeping of construction equipment.

“It’s amazing to me how crowdfunding can successfully raise a lot of money, and how many Americans care about this,” said Kobach, who’s now general counsel for We Build the Wall.

A half-mile stretch of wall on the site is nearly finished, Kobach said, costing an estimated $6 million to $8 million to build. The main contractor working at the site: Fisher Industries, a North Dakota-based company that Trump has been aggressively advocating should be awarded government contracts to build the border wall, The Washington Post reported last week.

Word of the private wall’s construction is likely to rile opponents of efforts to build up barriers at the US southern border, while energizing supporters of Trump and one of his most oft-repeated campaign promises.

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