Home › Forums › Does the U.S. congress have enough materials from the just released Bob Mueller’s report(redacted version) by the United States of America Attorney General, Mr. Barr to commence president Trump’s impeachment and indict more people? Why or why not?
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- April 18, 2019 at 1:08 pm #263129Ed NKeymaster
- May 15, 2019 at 9:45 pm #263335Okpaks nanaGuest
President Trump has destroyed the framework of democracy in America. Obviously, he is conniving with his cohorts to pocket issues that are vital to America national security. The structure of government sometimes influences behaviour of public servants. Though that doesn’t mean Attorney General won’t carry out his duty in accordance with the law. Therefore, the unusual romance between president Trump and the Attorney General of the United States is not in the interest of America.
Honestly, I believe the report have been compromised, considering the way and manner the report was put together by Thomas Mueller. United States of America as a Nation is a repository of rule of law and democratic principles. In this regard, crime cannot be concealed for a long time, no matter how highly placed the perpetrators are.
Conclusively, Mueller’s final report and Mr. Barr’s redacted report is a mockery to America criminal investigating system. Therefore, it does not reflect the true situation of events. No individual is bigger than America. So any one who violate lay down rules must face the full weight of the law. Apparently, the US Congress doesn’t have enough material on Mueller ‘report to indict president Trump. It remain to be seen how long they will get away with truth.
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