A Federal Judge Accuses Mueller of Lying About His Phony Investigation https://t.co/WdhCJMsbaq— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) May 5, 2018
federal judge 🔥🔥🔥 "We don't want anyone in this country w/ unfettered power. It's unlikely you're going to persuade me the special prosecutor has power to do anything he or she wants. The American people feel pretty strongly that no one has unfettered power."— Mollie (@MZHemingway) May 4, 2018
◼ “Unfettered power” - neoneocon
Remember the Paul Manafort case? The judge there (T. S. Ellis, a Reagan appointee) is not pleased with the Mueller crew:
“You don’t really care about Mr. Manafort,” U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III told Mueller’s team. “You really care about what information Mr. Manafort can give you to lead you to Mr. Trump and an impeachment, or whatever.”…
The Reagan-appointed judge asked Mueller’s team where they got the authority to indict Manafort on alleged crimes dating as far back as 2005…
“We don’t want anyone with unfettered power,” he said....
HUGE: Federal judge accuses Mueller's team of 'lying,' trying to target Trump: 'C'mon man!'https://t.co/WAnUJ86hI5— Sara A. Carter (@SaraCarterDC) May 4, 2018
Judge questions Mueller's powers in Manafort case... https://t.co/QuoonFJlhy— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) May 4, 2018
Accuses team of 'lying,' targeting president... https://t.co/NcAi6wxCXn— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) May 4, 2018
Only interested in 'prosecution or impeachment'...
Prosecutors have scary power. With unlimited resources, prosecutors can drive targets into bankruptcy so they can’t afford to defend themselves.— John R Lott Jr. (@JohnRLottJr) May 5, 2018
Finally courts are concerned: Judge accuses Mueller's team of 'lying,' trying to target Trump: 'C'mon man!'https://t.co/oxBLFW3RRJ
Thread: Explaining Judge Ellis comments on #Mueller prosecution of #Manafort. Judge noted #Mueller authorization is limited to Russian government collusion w/ Trump campaign. #Mueller has found no such collusion. Yet, he prosecuted Manafort claiming it "arose from" the case.— Robert Barnes (@Barnes_Law) May 5, 2018