Someone Should Have Told Mueller "If You Don't indict, You Can't Incite"

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    The entire continuous butt-hurt aftermath of continued snowflake false allegations and narratives about the President after Mueller's Report is a direct result of not only Mueller's inability / failure to indict the President OR ANYONE ELSE for illegal collusion or obstruction but also for not understanding his fundamental role as Prosecutor / Special Counsel.


    "The job of prosecutors is not, as the Times headline suggested, to pen "damaging" narratives about people they couldn't indict. And it's not their job to air those people's dirty laundry, or that of suspects outside of a grand jury room or a courtroom."

    AFTER FAILING TO INDICT ANYONE ...

    "...no federal prosecutor has the right to impugn an uncharged investigative target's reputation through anonymous leaks or literary reports. They are not allowed to anonymously no federal prosecutor has the right to impugn an uncharged investigative target's reputation through anonymous leaks or literary reports."

    "They are not allowed to anonymously inject into the court of public opinion any "damaging" information about what they couldn't succeed at offering in a court of law as proof of criminality.damaging" information about what they couldn't succeed at offering in a court of law as proof of criminality."


    ...but that is EXACTLY what Mueller did!


    "Going to the court of public opinion to state there was "damaging" information in a probe that failed to prove criminal charges violates the letter and the spirit of the Justice Department manual. It also offends the essence of American justice that one remains innocent until proven guilty."

    By doing what Mueller did, he declared,:

    "I did NOT prove undeniable guilt of ANYONE for illegally colluding with Russians or for Obstruction and thus could not indict / prosecute ANYONE for these crimes......BUT, LET ME GO AHEAD AND IMPUGN THE PRESIDENT AND SHARE WITH THE COURT OF PIBLIC OPINION SOME NEGATIVE OPINION AND NARRATIVE ANYWAY..."



    "What's most ironic about this Mueller probe leak is that it comes less than a year after former FBI Director James Comey was admonished publicly for holding a news conference to criticize Hillary Clinton for how she handled classified emails based on the results of an investigation that resulted in no criminal charges."


    Of course Comey did so...and a year later Mueller proved he learned that from his MENTOR...


    James Comey: Donald Trump indictment possible after presidency

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    He wasn't man enough to admit he couldn't nail him so he passed it off to Barr.
     
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    DEMOCRATS. They need this.

    First Hillary then Obama and now Comey as paid mouthpiece operatives. Hey! Get out there and tell our base it ain't over!

    Have to keep morale up; one more year to go. Keep sending that Tard money in to help fight the evil scourge Trump.

    They didn't learn enough from the 1.2 billion they wasted on Hillary.

    If Democrats didn't have some Great Satan to fight against (shades of Iran!) they might have to get down to talking to the voters about what they actually stand for.
     

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