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"Don't fire him, Mr. President, he runs the best comedy act we've ever seen and we need the laughs when they keep piling on the unhinged hatred

Don’t fire Mueller, Mr. President, we need his comedy to see us through


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Don't fire Mueller, Mr. President, we need his comedy to see us through
The perfect answer to Virginia Senator Mark Warner, top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, who most melodramatically warns us that should President Donald Trump take any action to remove Special Counsel Robert Mueller, there will be “immediate and significant consequences”: “Don’t worry, he won’t!”

Oh, how Desperado Dems in exile would love it if the president they love to hate were to fire Mueller!

They would then have the perfect excuse for impeaching President Trump and going back in time to where they were until the shocking night of Nov. 8, 2016 when Hillary Clinton was FINALLY put out to pasture.

Why would the provable savvy Donald Trump cut off the biggest failed show of all time: the non-existent ‘Russia Stole the Election’ one, the one show where no one sensible would ever bring the final curtain down?

It’s the best entertainment we’ve had since election and one that even Harvey Weinstein and the #Me Too act couldn’t best.

“I believe it is up to every member of this institution,Republican or Democrat, to make a clear and unambiguous statement that any attempt by this president to remove SpecialCounsel Mueller from his position or to pardon key witnesses in any effort to shield them from accountability or shut down the investigation would be a gross abuse of power and a flagrant violation of executive branch responsibilities and authorities,” Virginia Sen. Mark Warner said. (FoxNews, Dec. 20, 2017)

Warner is backed up by could-be thousands of protesters who will turn out to enforce his dramatic threats—if only the snow and cold don’t hold them back.

“Organizers have stashed bullhorns in apartments and offices near Manhattan’s Times Square. They’ve stockpiled hot chocolate mix and sleeping bags in Salt Lake City. And they’ve started arranging carpools in Houston. (LA Times, Dec. 21 2017)

What does it matter that Trump will not fire Mueller? There’s always something to protest. Besides, protesters are used to nodding off in sleeping bags.

“Across the country, activists are making plans, collecting supplies and raising money to swiftly launch hundreds of street protests if President Trump fires Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel who has been investigating the Trump administration. (LA Times)

Protesters are ready to roll even if they’re “still scrounging up lighting in case their rally happens after dark”.

No one should have to protest in the dark when it’s already scary enough out there.

“The last thing we want is to be caught unprepared,” said Elizabeth Beavers, a Washington-based policy manager for Indivisible, one of several liberal groups involved in the protest plans.  (LA Times)

“We’re on red alert,” agreed Zac Petkanas, a Democratic consultant working with the organizers.”

Not to worry when there’s plenty of hot chocolate mix to go ‘round or that sleet and snow may keep them home in Mama’s weather-proof basement.

“Fugget about” Trump and his legal team insisting that there’s no plan to oust Mueller or otherwise interfere into whether the president’s associates “colluded” with Russia to deprive Hillary Clinton of her natural birthright in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

Members of Barack Obama’s Artful Dodger-like Resistance are on edge because some Republican lawmakers and conservative commentators have been escalating demands to send Muller to the curb.

The reality they refuse to acknowledge: Trump and Company have not removed Mueller in the past year, so why would they now?

No one makes a better case for not firing Mueller than Kurt Schlichter over at TownHall:

 

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“The Russiagate non-scandal scandal is just another establishment grift, and it turns out that Mueller is the mark.

“So, Mr. President, please don’t fire this guy. Let him stagger on for a while longer, destroying the fa√ßade of credibility our establishment betters thought they had constructed and that forms the basis of their shabby identities. He’s got nothing, and he will always have nothing, because the idiotic salve for the suckers that was Hillary’s excuse for losing to you—THE RUSSIANS DID IT! YEAH, UH, THE RUSSIANS! —was always a fraud, a way for that drunken aspiring tyrant and her coterie of slobbering courtiers to explain away their humiliating failure to beat you.

“As the noose tightens on them—a noose they tied and slipped on themselves thinking they were going to use it on that infernal interloper—the endgame becomes clearer and clearer. The endgame is their own downfall. The dike is leaking like a sieve and the media liars no longer have enough fingers to plug all of the holes.
“Conning The Donald into precipitous action was their only hope, a ploy designed to create a martyr out of that sad-faced shrub.

“When the transition email thing broke it was Oh yeah! Oh boy! Trump’s going to totally fire Mueller now! Social media was swamped by a coordinated Twitter tsunami of liberal femboys and celebrity fatties threatening to waddle into the streets—THE STREETS! —armed with their outrage and, inexplicably, cell phone chargers, to right this impending wrong. For its part, conservative Twitter watched this festival of fussy indignation and concluded that their proposed Second Civil War would go really quick and be really amusing.

“Mueller is going to come out with a report with lots of innuendo and a few outright lies, but no yellow scalp. A year from now—three years from now, and if the wins keep coming, seven years from now—Donald Trump will still be president.

“Don’t fire him, Mr. President, at least not yet. Do something even crueler. Let Mueller and his pack of Democrat clowns keep making fools of themselves.”

Millions would add: “Don’t fire him, Mr. President, he runs the best comedy act we’ve ever seen and we need the laughs when they keep piling on the unhinged hatred.


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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