Robert Mueller had no idea what hit him.
The special counsel thought he had the perfect plan to bring down President Trump.
But then Rush Limbaugh exposed this one lie that had Robert Mueller trembling in fear.
Robert Mueller’s last attempt to push Congress to impeach the President was a press conference.
Fake news reporters claimed they had not heard publicly from Mueller despite the fact that the special counsel submitted a 400-page report that was publicly available save a few minor redactions.
That all changed when Mueller spoke for nearly ten minutes before a transfixed press corps.
Mueller broke several Department of Justice and ethical guidelines during his performance.
Chief among them was Mueller’s claim that his office would have “exonerated” Donald Trump of not committing a crime if they were able to do so, but that Mueller made no determination on whether President Trump obstructed justice.
Rush Limbaugh smelled a rat.
And Limbaugh put Mueller on blast for this obvious lie.
“How about this? ‘If we had confidence the president clearly did commit a crime, we would have said so.’ That’s the way it’s supposed to be. ‘If we had evidence the president committed a crime, we would have damn well said so.’ It’s not, ‘If we had confidence the president did not commit a crime, we would have said so.’ That’s not what the job is. And then he goes on to say we couldn’t have indicted him anyway because of Justice Department guidelines,” Limbaugh began.
Limbaugh continued on explaining to his audience the sleight of hand Mueller pulled off.
By saying he did not exonerate Trump from committing a crime, Mueller did – in fact – make a determination.
“But then this next: ‘We did not, however, make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime.’ Well, go tell that to Jerry Nadler and Elizabeth Warren and the rest, ’cause they sure as hell think that you have. ‘We did not make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime,’” Limbaugh continued.
Limbaugh concluded, “Yes, you have! You have done everything you can to imply that he did and that you just couldn’t find it! That’s what makes me so livid. This guy in his righteousness sitting here saying that, ‘We did not make a determination as to whether the president committed a crime.’”
Prosecutors are not in the businesses of “exonerating.”
That’s because in America, subjects of investigations – as well as defendants at trial – are presumed innocent.
When Mueller said he could not exonerate President Trump and then published a 400-page report containing an entire volume dedicated to making the case that President Trump obstructed justice, he knew exactly what he was doing.
In his March 27 letter to Attorney General William Barr, Mueller complained that Barr’s summary of his findings did not generate enough negative media coverage.
So Mueller went out to fix that with his press conference.
But his lies and corruption was obvious for all to see.
And Rush Limbaugh pointed it all out to his massive radio audience.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.