When Robert Mueller took over the Russia investigation, he had one goal in mind – destroy Donald Trump by any means necessary.
And he may have just found the silver bullet to accomplish that goal.
Now a judge is saying this secret piece of paper is the doomsday scenario that will allow Mueller to see the President thrown behind bars.
Last spring, Mueller referred his findings about Trump lawyer Michael Cohen to prosecutors in the Southern District of New York.
Mueller knew the crimes Cohen had committed were financial crimes that fell outside his mandate, so he laundered the case through a friendly US Attorney’s office.
That decision led to an FBI raid of Cohen’s home and office, which culminated into Cohen’s guilty plea to tax fraud and campaign finance crimes.
Cohen confessed to making hush money payments at the direction of Donald Trump to two women claiming affairs with Trump.
This led to wild media speculation that prosecutors were waiting for the right moment to drop an indictment on Trump himself.
Fox News legal analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano fed these wild claims and conspiracy theories.
Napolitano has puzzled viewers in recent weeks by taking a hardline stance that not only will prosecutors indict Trump, but that he could very well be found guilty.
Judge Napolitano continued this bizarre string of on-air commentaries during an interview with left-wing Fox News host, Shepard Smith.
Smith’s show lives in the alternate universe of fake news media’s anti-Trump talking points and Napolitano was more than happy to feed Smith’s delusions.
“Last week in a federal direct court here in New York City, a federal judge at the end of Michael Cohen‘s sentencing said the president orchestrated and paid for this crime,” Judge Napolitano began.
Deep State prosecutors face two problems with indicting Trump.
The first is that the Justice Department guidelines prevent them from indicting a sitting President.
Second, the five-year statute of limitations will run out on the case.
Cohen claims the violation occurred in 2016.
The earliest Trump could leave office is January 2021, which would make the charges stale.
However, Napolitano explained that prosecutors have a work-around.
They can file a sealed secret indictment now and drop it on Trump the second he leaves office either in 2021, or 2025, should he win re-election.
Napolitano continued, “There’s ample evidence – this doesn’t require too much analysis – to indict the president, the question is do they want to do it. The DOJ has three opinions in this: two say you can’t indict a sitting president, one says you can, but all three address the problem of ‘what do you do when the statute of limitations is about to expire?’ All three agree in that case you indict in secret, keep it sealed and release it the day he gets out of office.”
Napolitano then claimed this would be “doomsday” for Trump.
“The president does not want that to be a jury of the Senate, or a jury of his peers.”
When Smith asked the judge why, Napolitano responded, “I don’t think he wants to get to that point. That would be doomsday.”
“…That would mean there’s enough evidence to indict and try, or enough evidence to impeach,” Napolitano concluded.
Do you agree with Judge Napolitano’s analysis? Or do you think he has gone off the reservation?
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