Do you support Trump firing Mueller

Do you support Trumps firing of Mueller

  • Yes

    Votes: 3 21.4%
  • No

    Votes: 11 78.6%

  • Total voters
    14
  • Poll closed .
Dec 2013
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Beware of watermelons
#41
My first question about this is something to the effect of this: at what point will it appease those who support this investigation and aren't just supporting it to get Trump out of office, just because they don't like Trump? At some point it has to reach an end; is it ever going to reach an end? Is he there to just keep digging and digging and digging until he finds some dirt on Trump, or Trump's 2nd term ends, or is there a way to say one way or another that he has done enough, and reach a conclusion that there is or isn't something on Trump? What kind of impact is this investigation having on the time/money/effort/resources that may be better off being used elsewhere? It has been almost 2 years now that Trump has been in office, and there still isn't anything on Trump. If this activity is going on indefinitely and getting nowhere, then maybe it's time to pull the plug on it.

Unless someone can give me a good reason, then to President Trump I say this: go ahead and fire his ass.

This thing is over. They probably won't "release" the "results" to the public but its over.

Maybe they should give the results to Diane Feinstein for safe keeping
 
Jul 2008
17,347
11,239
Virginia Beach, VA
#43
Mueller does not have to be the Attorney General to be acting as a principle officer. That has been established by the courts and it has been established that Mueller cannot be an inferior officer if Whitaker is not a principle officer; this aligns with the intent of the appointment clause.
Nor does his situation automatically make him one.
He is operating under the same authority he had when he was appointed. Trump rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic is not going to change that.
 
Jun 2012
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Barsoom
#44
Nor does his situation automatically make him one.
He is operating under the same authority he had when he was appointed. Trump rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic is not going to change that.
He is not working under the same authority as when he was appointed. When he was appointed, he was supervised by a principle officer. Trump replacing Rodenstein changed that.
 
Jul 2008
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11,239
Virginia Beach, VA
#45
He is not working under the same authority as when he was appointed. When he was appointed, he was supervised by a principle officer. Trump replacing Rodenstein changed that.
Didn’t change a damn thing. Tell you what, carry your happy ass into a courtroom and convince them of your point of view. Until then kindly stop knocking over the pieces and crapping on the board.
 
Jun 2012
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Barsoom
#46
Mueller is not working under the same authority as when he was appointed. When he was appointed, he was supervised by a principle officer. Trump replacing Rodenstein changed that. His legal and constitutional status is now suspect. His authority was derived from being directly supervise by a principle officer. Whitaker is his direct supervisor and Whitaker is not a principle officer.
 
Jul 2008
17,347
11,239
Virginia Beach, VA
#47
Mueller is not working under the same authority as when he was appointed. When he was appointed, he was supervised by a principle officer. Trump replacing Rodenstein changed that. His legal and constitutional status is now suspect. His authority was derived from being directly supervise by a principle officer. Whitaker is his direct supervisor and Whitaker is not a principle officer.
Carry your ass into a courtroom and make your case. The rest of us will be waiting here when they laugh you out of the courtroom.
 
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Sep 2018
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cleveland ohio
#49
Mueller is not working under the same authority as when he was appointed. When he was appointed, he was supervised by a principle officer. Trump replacing Rodenstein changed that. His legal and constitutional status is now suspect. His authority was derived from being directly supervise by a principle officer. Whitaker is his direct supervisor and Whitaker is not a principle officer.
for god sakes who appointed him hes a republican appointed by republicans hes just trying to do his job and nail a thieving traitor who never should have been elected in the first place!
 
Jun 2012
41,505
15,044
Barsoom
#50
An argument is supported with evidence. Debating an issue is based on arguments with supporting evidence. My argument is based on Article II of the Constitution, the current law, and Supreme Court precedent that is supported by the Constitution; I have utilized all three. An opposing argument would require the same, not how someone feels or wishes things were because they do not like Trump.