I believe that Robert Mueller had one of the toughest jobs in America since the appointment of Donald Trump to the post of President.
A Man of Honor and a Hero
Rudy Giuliani, Sarah H. Sanders, Tom Fitton, Tucker Carlson, and Donald Trump and his Twitter marathon tried to discredit Robert Mueller and, in turn, his report.
One just has to see Robert Mueller and his actions to know that this man is a man of honor and dignity. It all started from the time he was born in 1944, the son of a military man. He became a registered Republican and has lived his life with honor and dignity.
When Robert Mueller was old enough to serve, he went off to Vietnam. He didn't ask for deferment or fake bone spurs. He enlisted and served like a man of honor, and he served with distinction. He prepared himself by attending Officer Candidate School, Army Ranger School, and Army Jump School.
During Vietnam, Robert Mueller earned a Bronze Star for his heroism, a Purple Heart, two Navy Commendation Medals, and a Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry. He didn't ask someone to give him a Purple Heart and then say, "I always wanted a Purple Heart, this was much easier." Robert Mueller did it the hard way: by putting his life on the line every day.
After the war, he earned his law degree. His career would earn him the knowledge and experience that he would need to proceed with the path God put him on. His many strengths came from the positions he held:
- Assistant US Attorney
- US Attorney
- United States Assistant Attorney General (Criminal Division)
- Homicide Prosecutor
- Acting United States Deputy Attorney General
- Director of the FBI (2001–2013)
Robert Mueller was appointed to a Senate-confirmed position under four U.S. Presidents—two from each party, as Robert Mueller was seen as a nonpartisan individual who was respected by both parties. Those presidents were:
- George H. W. Bush
- Bill Clinton
- George W. Bush
- Barack Obama
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Special Counsel Appointment
On February 1, 2017, Trump nominated Rod Rosenstein to the position of Deputy Attorney General. It was Rod Rosenstein who then appointed Robert Mueller as Special Counsel on May of 2017, to oversee an investigation into the possible interference by Russians in the 2016 election.
Mueller kept the investigation close to his chest and when he had completed his investigation, he followed the law and turned his 448-page report and summary to newly appointed Attorney General William Barr, who then took the report and, as he admitted, did not read the full report. Instead, he took and created his own misleading report to give to Congress and the American people. In his report, he covered for President Trump and misled the American people.
A contradiction set straight
May 29, 2019: Robert Mueller Speaks to America
On May 29, 2019, Mueller resigned from his position and closed his office for good, and he spoke to the American people. Robert Mueller clarified the misleading information that Attorney General William Barr had put out as well as letting America and the world know that "If we had confidence that the President did not commit a crime, we would have said that." Words that resonated throughout America and the world.
Mueller had doubt that President Trump was innocent; his report stated on page 18 that there was so much deception and missing evidence due to their use of encryption devices and devices that dumped information. If they had that information, they may have been able to shed more light on the case.
Mueller makes a strong comment on crime
Stand Up for an American Hero
America must stand up for this American hero and all the work he has done in his lifetime with integrity; for his country, our country.
Republicans are following the party of Trump, true Republican's should remember that in America we honor those who put their lives on the line for us. We don't discredit them for political gain, at least we didn't before the party of Trump.
It's time to stand together for honor and truth.
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