Let's Play Prosecutor
Harlotte Spins Her Web
Harlotte is at the Table
Good Morning, Breakfastpoppers. Today is Monday, November 13, 2017. Our creative friend, Spider Harlotte, is at the stove preparing Peach Melba Pancakes for all of us. Harlotte has asked me to extend a breakfast invitation to the Poppers this morning. While munching on pancakes, she would like to make a few suggestions to Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Harlotte and I will be anxiously awaiting your arrival.
It's Finger Pointing Time
Thanks so much for coming to the table this morning. I have to say that I am a bit confused these days. Special Counsel Robert Mueller was charged with investigating President Trump's ties to Russia. He has been at it for a long time, but has come up empty. He veered off course quite a bit and snagged Paul Manafort for defrauding the United States. That wasn't what he was hired to do, but it must have seemed like a good idea at the time.Whatever Manafort supposedly did happened some time ago and did not involve President Trump.
Personally, I would like to see Mueller discharged as Special Counsel. It seems to this bug that Mueller has a conflict of interest issue. In 2010, when he was FBI Director he sat on his hands and helped the Obama administration approve a very bad deal that gave a state controlled Russian company control of 20 percent of American uranium reserves. Perhaps we need to appoint a Special Counsel to investigate the Special Counsel. This new Special Counsel could look into the problem of John Podesta and his brother Tony. They seem to have been engaged in the same type of activities as Manafort, but they don't appear to be a target of Mueller's investigation. The new SC could investigate the Podestas and investigate why Mueller hasn't indicted them, and then he or she could move on to other fertile areas. There has been so much sketchy business going on that we could hire tons of Special Counsels, and the well of possible misdoing would never run dry.
A Gaggle of Worthy Candidates
A Target-Rich Environment
Let's pretend that we now have a team of Special Counsels hired to investigate whomever seems worthy of a closer look at their actions. I would suggest that the Clintons get their very own Special Counsel. Their crimes have gone on for far too long, but they have yet to be charged with anything. Hillary alone could provide investigators with full-time employment for years and years. I wouldn't mind footing the bill for such a task as a taxpayer, if an orange jumpsuit was waiting for her and Bill. Let's throw in Loretta Lynch with the Clintons. The Department of Justice released documents that show the tarmac meeting was arranged, and that the DOJ and the media did their best to bury the entire disgusting incident. I would have Lynch fitted for a jumpsuit at the beginning of the investigation, so that she could put it on without delay.
Turn on the Burner
Getting the Bad Guys
In my perfect world, one SC would take on George Soros and his other billionaire friends who keep radical and violent causes alive with their money. These same "donors" kept money flowing into the Clinton campaign. The SC should hire a Forensic Accountant to trace all the causes, groups and individuals that operate because of men like Soros. The good news is that all of their plotting didn't prevent Trump from becoming our president. Now the money man Soros and others are getting together to stop President Trump from accomplishing anything during his presidency. They need to be stopped once and for all. Soros is no friend of America, and those who willingly take his money and do his bidding deserve a wardrobe of orange jumpsuits.
The list of investigation worthy groups and individuals is unending. In my perfect world, we would be able to gather them up, lock them up and throw away the key. Alas, my world isn't perfect and most of these people will be free to roam about the universe. Maybe we could just take one small step toward justice being served by telling Mueller it is time for him to pack up his knives and go home.
Oh, what a tangled web they weave
When first they practice to deceive...
Sir Walter Scott