Now that the Deep State has managed to successfully run out the clock on the investigations into how the FBI and Justice Department schemed with foreign interests to frame President Trump, it’s looking like the commander in chief’s waffling and inaction is about to bite him in the ass big time.
Trump has been boxed in by those around him who are in positions to obstruct his agenda and to protect the systemic rot and has repeatedly failed to act.
Despite pleas from Republican members of Congress to declassify the memos that detail the “insurance policy” and the use of deception to get a FISA court to allow surveillance on his campaign, the POTUS has failed to do so and is now only weeks away from facing a hostile Democrat Congress and a corrupt media that is loaded for bear.
Not only that, but special counsel Robert Mueller is expected to give Democrats a Christmas gift with his report that will present “evidence” of high crimes and misdemeanors that will then be used to impeach him.
Even Trump defender Alan Dershowitz believes that it’s looking grim for the president and said so during an appearance on Sunday morning television on ABC’s “This Week” where he chatted with Clinton marionette George Stephanopoulos.
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"I think the report is going to be devastating to the president," Harvard Law Professor Emeritus @AlanDersh says. "And I know that the president's team is already working on a response to the report" https://t.co/GlcWTIu29g #ThisWeek pic.twitter.com/LtogMZA5rP
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) November 25, 2018
Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz said Sunday he expects special counsel Robert Mueller’s final report will be politically devastating for President Trump, but said he does not believe it will criminally implicate the president.
“I think the report is going to be devastating to the president. And I know that the president’s team is already working on a response to the report,” Dershowitz said on ABC’s “This Week.”
“The critical questions are largely political,” he added. “When I say devastating, I mean it’s going to paint a picture that’s going to be politically very devastating.”
Dershowitz argued that Mueller is unlikely to accuse Trump of a crime, but will instead lay out the facts of the case. He suggested that the president is more legally vulnerable in matters related to his business.
Mueller’s witch hunt has never been about anything other than gathering opposition research for the incoming Democrats and by failing to act, Trump has violated the golden rule of politics by giving his enemies the knife that they will use to cut his throat with.