BREAKING: Trump asserts executive privilege to block release of full, unredacted Mueller report

President Trump asserted executive privilege on Wednesday in a bid to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s unredacted report and underlying documents from subpoena by the House Judiciary Committee.

The president’s move came after the Justice Department, late Tuesday night, requested that the House Judiciary Committee postpone a scheduled vote on to hold Attorney General Bill Barr in contempt of Congress for defying a subpoena to provide the Mueller files to the panel. The Justice Department warned that if the committee did not postpone the vote, the attorney general would recommend that Trump claim executive privilege over the materials.

On Wednesday, the White House did just that.

“The Attorney General has been transparent and accommodating throughout this process, including by releasing the no-collusion, no-conspiracy, no-obstruction Mueller Report to the public and offering to testify before the Committee. These attempts to work with the Committee have been flatly rejected. They didn’t like the results of the report, and now they want a redo,” press secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement on Wednesday.

“Faced with Chairman Nadler’s blatant abuse of power, and at the Attorney General’s request, the President has no other option than to make a protective assertion of executive privilege,” she continued. Read the rest of this article HERE.

The Itchy Trigger Finger

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The Obama administration weaponized the DOJ, IRS, and FBI using the agencies against their political opponents. We are still seeing these weapons of mass distraction being used against the Trump administration today.

Mueller has an itchy trigger finger and his “Russian Collusion” investigation just keeps on expanding with no limits.
It’s time to shut down Mueller’s out of control investigation. grrrgraphics.com

Trump Calls for Live, Televised Hearing of Strzok, ‘Other Hating Frauds’ at FBI, DOJ

President Trump blasted FBI agent Peter Strzok on Monday night, arguing that the hearing for the agent known for his anti-Trump text messages should be “shown to the public on live television.” Story and video HERE.

Peter Strzok has Left the Building

By Ben Garrison

Finally Strzok (the Hillary Clinton loving FBI agent) was removed from the FBI building yesterday.

His status remains unclear, but he should be fired outright at the very least. After all, he exhibited a political bias toward Hillary and was strongly anti-Trump. He was instrumental in the investigation of Hillary, who got away with gross crimes she committed while ‘serving’ under Obama.

Later on she lied, destroyed evidence, and obstructed justice. Strzok’s text messages with his girlfriend, Lisa Page, are the smoking gun in this case. He said the FBI would actively try to prevent Trump from becoming president.

Along with Comey, we’re witnessing the politicization of the FBI and it’s control by the Deep State.

It’s time to end Mueller’s investigation and then ensure the FBI no longer tries to influence elections or presidencies. See the post at GrrrGraphics.com.

The Interview

On Wednesday from Switzerland, President Donald Trump told reporters that he was “looking forward” to speaking with Special Counsel Robert Mueller, that he “would love to do it,” and that “I would do it under oath”

It is unlikely that Trump will speak with Robert Mueller as there is no charge against Trump and no grand jury subpoena that would require the president to testify.

What we have here is a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” situation. Continue reading at garrrgraphics.com.

Mark Levin: Mueller Is No Longer Investigating Collusion

 

Monday night, on the Sean Hannity show, conservative radio host, constitutional scholar and former Justice Department official Mark Levin opined that special prosecutor Robert Mueller is no longer investigating collusion, but “everything else.”

They also discussed Levin’s upcoming Sunday night program, Life, Liberty and Levin, which will be debuting next month on Fox News.

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