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Just In: 4 GOP Senators Stab Trump In The Back In Ultimate Betrayal

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It has been more than a year since Mueller began his investigation into Trump, and exactly zero evidence of Trump colluding with Russia (whatever that even means, as ‘collusion’ is not even a crime) has been found.

The Constitution allows Trump the right to fire Mueller. They should know that much.

Clearly these four Republicans don’t care about the Constitution, as they have just voted to protect Mueller from Trump.  Passing such a bill would essential put Mueller above the President of The United States, essentially making him ‘King’ of America, accountable to no one.

BizPac Review reported that four Republican Senators sided with 10 Democrat senators to ensure that the proposal succeeds. Known anti-Trump Arizona Senator Jeff Flake was in on it along with GOP South Carolina Senator Lindsay Graham North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis, and Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley.

With a 14-7 vote in favor, the measure passed. Dissensions came from GOP senators after the mainstream media hyped up the possibility of President Trump firing Mueller. President Trump has only ever stated, “We’ll see what happens” in reference to the possibility of firing Mueller.

Americanewsdaily.org reports, “The seven Republicans who voted against the bill are: Sens. Orrin Hatch (Utah), Mike Lee (Utah), John Cornyn (Texas), Mike Crapo (Idaho), Ben Sasse (Neb.), Ted Cruz (Texas) and John Kennedy (La.). The bill is sponsored by Sens. Chris Coons, D-Del., Cory Booker, D-N.J., Graham and Tillis, and would codify Department of Justice regulations that say only a senior DOJ official can fire Mueller or another special counsel, according to The Hill.”

Why doesn’t it surprise me that Lindsey Graham and Jeff Flake are behind this?

It is so unlikely that Trump will fire Mueller in the first place. It’s just another headache that he doesn’t need to deal with.

From Fox News:

It would be unconstitutional for Congress to prevent President Trump from firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is probing Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election.

I’m not saying that firing Mueller would be a wise move politically, nor am I urging the president to do so. That’s another issue.

But under the Constitution, it is beyond the power of Congress to limit or impose conditions on any president’s authority to remove a political appointee within the Justice Department or any other department in the executive branch.

It doesn’t matter if you feel that Trump is the best President ever or if you feel that he is the worst President ever, he still has the right to fire Mueller, according to the Constitution.

Mueller has gone far beyond the scope of the Trump/Russia investigation. He has begun to arbitrarily target people who align themselves with Trump. Graham, Flake, Tillis, and all the rest of the anti-Trump scum in Washington are set on enforcing their agenda, no matter if they have to subvert the Constitution to do so or not.

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