There Is Nothing to Discredit About Robert Mueller

Updated on June 6, 2019
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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

United States Marine, Robert Mueller: Vietnam War Veteran, Robert Mueller awarded a Bronze Star and a Recipient of a Purple Heart. 2 Navy Commendation Medals and a Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.
United States Marine, Robert Mueller: Vietnam War Veteran, Robert Mueller awarded a Bronze Star and a Recipient of a Purple Heart. 2 Navy Commendation Medals and a Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.

Try as they may, Rudy Giuliani, Sarah H. Sanders, Tom Fitton, Tucker Carlson and, let us not forget, Donald Trump and his twitter marathon have been on a rant trying 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

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; but in turn took and created his own misleading report to give to Congress and the American people. In his report, he covered for President Trump and mislead the American people.

A contradiction set straight

May 29, 2019: Robert Mueller Speaks to America

On May 29, 2019, Mueller resigned 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.

Finally, knowing that Robert Mueller had doubt that President Trump was innocent and as his report stated on page 18, that there was so much deception, missing evidence due to their using encryption devices and devices that dumped information. That had they had that information, it might have 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.

© 2019 Lady Liberty

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    • bradmasterOCcal profile image

      NOYFOB 

      10 days ago

      LL

      "His entire history has shown him to be a man of moral character and honor and just because he didn't bend the knee to Trump, now Trump and his supporters, e.i. you are trying to demean his character to justify yourselves and what you believe in.

      B:

      Once again his history in the service is not in question. His history as a federal prosecutor is definitely in question, especially investigation president Trump.

      I always say, Benedict Arnold was a patriot until he became a traitor.

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      They had warrants and the "raids" like "spying" which are Trump push words was a part of the investigation.

      B:

      The FISA warrants were spying on an American Citizen, Carter Page who after a year of spying on him and the Trump organization during an active election campaign was never charged.

      5 investigations on Trump and all had zero evidence. This tells you that these FISA warrants need to be themselves investigation. Forget the Russians trying to influence the election. when you have Trump being investigated on a phony Clinton opposition paper.

      The proof that the warrants were suspect is that no evidence was found from them. How did FISA issue 3 extensions making the total 360 days, and once again while the campaign was going on.

      They didn't do any of this during the Hillary Clinton investigation. I could contrast it for you, but I already wrote it in a hub.

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      And a small FACT you fail to mention, those documents were reviewed for client/attorney privilege and removed.

      B:

      If the warrants were suspect, then how do we know that the information of what you say were removed actually happened. Were they collected and used without mentioning them.

      Just like when Comey opened the Hillary investigation because the FBI found over 600,000 Hillary emails on Huma Abedin's home computer she shared with her husband. The FBI found them while investigating Anthony Weiner. And he cleared all those emails in a week?

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      4th amendment: Probable cause- cannot search without a warrant or probable cause. You don't have a leg to stand on trying to justify it with the 4th Amendment. They had both probable cause and a warrant.

      B:

      I already mentioned that the warrants were suspect. And the suspect was their probable cause. The Russian Dossier which was a sham was used by the FBI with the FISA court.

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      5th Amendment: Right to indictment, prohibit double jeopardy, right against self incrimination, a fair trial, government can't seize property without compensation of market value.

      None of these pertain to Cohen. He chose to help rather than have a trial. And with all that he was involved in, it would have been a slam dunk case. Cohen made the choice to give up Trump to save his own ass. Mueller followed the law and there was nothing dishonorable about it."

      B:

      Cohen made a deal because of the warrant. And there was nothing for Cohen that was evidence against Trump.

      You know just reading the constitutional amendment doesn't give you answers because it is how there are interpreted by SCOTUS that gives the real meaning.

      Mueller kept pressing for Trump to talk with him, and in his report he made it look like Trump was guilty of something because he didn't get Trump to talk with him. That is the 5th amendment.

      BTW, in contrast all the member of the Hillary team got immunity from the FBI, and they didn't have any testimony to give them?

      Her Interview with the FBI wasn't under oath, and it wasn't recorded.

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      LL

      So at the end of this comment, what is it that you have accomplished?

    • Abecedarian profile imageAUTHOR

      Lady Liberty 

      10 days ago from These United States, Texas

      His entire history has shown him to be a man of moral character and honor and just because he didn't bend the knee to Trump, now Trump and his supporters, e.i. you are trying to demean his character to justify yourselves and what you believe in.

      They had warrants and the "raids" like "spying" which are Trump push words was a part of the investigation. And a small FACT you fail to mention, those documents were reviewed for client/attorney privilege and removed.

      4th amendment: Probable cause- cannot search without a warrant or probable cause. You don't have a leg to stand on trying to justify it with the 4th Amendment. They had both probable cause and a warrant.

      5th Amendment: Right to indictment, prohibit double jeopardy, right against self incrimination, a fair trial, government can't seize property without compensation of market value.

      None of these pertain to Cohen. He chose to help rather than have a trial. And with all that he was involved in, it would have been a slam dunk case. Cohen made the choice to give up Trump to save his own ass. Mueller followed the law and there was nothing dishonorable about it.

    • bradmasterOCcal profile image

      NOYFOB 

      10 days ago

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      Mueller Finally Speaks

      Updated on May 30, 2019

      Abecedarian profile image

      Lady Liberty more

      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

      United States Marine, Robert Mueller: Vietnam War Veteran, Robert Mueller awarded a Bronze Star and a Recipient of a Purple Heart. 2 Navy Commendation Medals and a Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.

      United States Marine, Robert Mueller: Vietnam War Veteran, Robert Mueller awarded a Bronze Star and a Recipient of a Purple Heart. 2 Navy Commendation Medals and a Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.

      There is nothing to discredit about Robert Mueller

      Try as they may, Rudy Giuliani, Sarah H. Sanders, Tom Finton, Tuker Carlson and let us not forget Donald Trump and his twitter marathon have been on a rant trying 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, who 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 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 and 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 4 U.S. Presidents. Two from each party as Robert Mueller was seen as a nonpartisan individual who was respected by both parties.

      George H. W. Bush

      Bill Clinton

      George W. Bush

      Barack Obama

      Trump appointee, Rod Rosenstein

      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; but in turn took and created his own misleading report to give to Congress and the American people. In his report, he covered for President Trump and mislead the American people.

      A contradiction set straight

      May 29, 2019, Robert Mueller speaks to America

      On May 29, 2019, and Mueller resigned his position and closed his office for good, 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.

      Finally, knowing that Robert Mueller had doubt that President Trump was innocent and as his report stated on page 18, that there was so much deception, missing evidence due to their using encryption devices and devices that dumped information. That had they had that information, it might have 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.

      B:

      What has his military history to do with his life as a prosecutor.

      The way he handle the Trump investigation is the way he handled all his cases, and there was no honor, just trickery and deception.

      Just like he did when he raided Cohen's office, home and took everything including client attorney privileged documents. The privilege in the attorney client relationship is not the Attorney's but the clients.

      Mueller stretched the 4th and 5th amendment using Cohen to get at Trump, but he failed. And it was dishonorable the way he did it.

    • bradmasterOCcal profile image

      NOYFOB 

      13 days ago

      I didn't assume anything, I just addressed the avatar.

      The media makes the conclusion in what he says, and that is all bias against him.

      You didn't read or understand what I said about Mueller.

      Mueller is no more a republican than you are, and I already explained why not?

      The investigation exonerated Trump, his organization and every American according to Rod Rosenstein.

      why do all you on the left laugh so much, when you don't have anything to laugh at. 17 top prosecutors and 2000 people to do their dirty work and they came up with nothing, and not because they didn't try because there was nothing to find.

      The obstruction charge was never made because they couldn't find the evidence necessary to prove beyond a reasonable doubt. I read the Vol II and I could only find Mueller's opinion.

      Mueller failed and he was the fifth failure to find anything on Trump, Russia or that the election was influenced.

    • Abecedarian profile imageAUTHOR

      Lady Liberty 

      13 days ago from These United States, Texas

      Call it what you like, I wouldn't expect anything other than that from someone who uses Trump as its profile photo. And just because I use the statue of liberty, doesn't mean I'm a lady, that's an assumption on your part.

      Denial 101: The media doesn't tell Trump to get on the podium or on twitter and post/ say those lies. He does it ALL ON HIS OWN.

      Mueller is a man of honor, so only a Trump follower would believe that his remarks are false. You go own believing that, its ok. America knows the truth.

      Mueller is a REPUBLICAN, but like a true Trump supporter, if Trump says its not true, it isn't and if Trump believes its True then it is. I gotcha!

      There were over 2000 people involved in this investigation and 17 democrats are responsible for this.

      It's laughable that you can even ask for this to refuted.

    • bradmasterOCcal profile image

      NOYFOB 

      13 days ago

      Lady

      You didn't refute anything I said, you just ranted.

      For example, Mueller's opinion is of no legal significance, and he is trying Trump in the media, not in court.

      Trump's twitter also have no legal significance.

      The 10,000 lies is a lie that was created by the democrats and the media to try and help the democrats make some headway against the Trump. It doesn't work, and they have failed, they just keep saying in the hopes of finding the not smart people that think it is true.

      Trump is not disrespecting Mueller the American Hero, he is focusing on Mueller the prosecutor who failed to make false charges against Trump. There is a difference.

      Mueller is biased against Trump period. It doesn't matter that he might be a registered democrat or worked under both republican and democrats. He hired 17 democrats for his team, and many of them were financial and political friends of the Clintons.

      Try refuting my previous comment.

    • Abecedarian profile imageAUTHOR

      Lady Liberty 

      13 days ago from These United States, Texas

      Well I was wondering when you were going to come to the defense of Lying Trump.

      Trump tries EVERYONE ON TWITTER that doesn't agree with him. He is not a court of law and it doesn't stop him from jeopardizing the life of individuals just because he feels he's not getting the love or respect.

      Trump and his followers can spin all they like, it doesn't make it a fact it just makes the pile of the 10,000 plus lies of Trumps stand out more.

      Which is mute at this point.

      You can try to disrespect an American hero, just like Trump does, but Trump has no respect because he's a liar. He's a coward who lied and got deferments so he wouldn't have to go to war.

      To see war and live with the aftermath of war is something only another war veteran will understand.

      Trump can't say that and therefore, the coward and his flunkies will try to demean yet another American hero.

    • bradmasterOCcal profile image

      NOYFOB 

      13 days ago

      This is just Mueller's biased opinion and an effort to overcome his total failure as special counsel. He reluctantly exonerated Trump on anything to do with the election.

      He couldn't get enough evidence to indict president Trump on obstruction, so he left his opinion instead of evidence in Vol II of his report.

      His words are no more evidence than the letter from the 1,000 former prosecutors, and in fact it was a cheap trick to continue the lie that president Trump did anything wrong in the election.

      His history isn't relevant, only what he did in the report is relevant.

      Once again, none of it is evidence, and there is no evidence that can meet the burden of the prosecution. That is evidence that proves beyond a reasonable doubt, that Trump in a court of law received a decision of guilty as charged.

      The tact is that Trump is not a defendant, as he was not indicted.

      Mueller and the democrats are trying Trump in public and not in a court of law. They also ignore the core principle of the presumption of innocence.

      There is no pending court, or trial so everything that Mueller says is opinion and rhetoric hoping to vindicate his failure to prosecute.

      The Mueller Report Res Ipsa Loquitur

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