~ Where the Sun Will Never Set on Our liberty ~
Former Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story left valuable wisdom. Our President directly relies upon the Dept. of Justice so as to fulfill Constitutional obligation concerning law enforcement. The Attorney General, and all DOJ employees, form part of the EXECUTIVE, not the Judicial---the AG is part of the Executive's Cabinet. It is grievous error to operate DOJ as being part of the Judicial, and even worse if it functions as an independent organization.
The "Mueller investigation" directly interferes with the President's enforcement of law, especially relating to conduct of Hillary Clinton, and otherwise. We have an unwelcome situation where in a member of the Executive (Rosenstein) appointed Mueller to investigate the President, while obvious evidence of Clinton's crime, and other, goes unaddressed. This is wrong, and should not continue.
"The duty imposed upon him (the President) to take care that the laws be faithfully executed, follows out the strong injunctions of his oath of office, that he will 'preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution. The great object of the Executive department is to accomplish this purpose; and without it, be the form of government whatever it may, it will be utterly worthless for offense or defense; for the redress of grievances or the protection of rights; for the happiness, or good order, or safety of the people." (Joseph Story, Justice, the Supreme Court of the United States)
I wish we were finished.
The original special prosecutor law expired (1999), and thus Janet Reno issued "guidelines" as currently allow Mueller's witch hunt. By definition, Reno was never elected, and had no authority to legislate law---none whatsoever. In the original, a three member panel of Federal Judges had to approve appointment of a Prosecutor, so as to comply with Constitutional requirement for separation of powers---Reno's "guidelines" completely ignore such important consideration. (And let's not forget Reno was grand architect of the Waco/Davidian fiasco, at such time innocent children we're burned alive on National television.)
Once again, DOJ is part of the Executive, not the Judiciary. DOJ exists primarily as means of allowing the President to carry out his Constitutional obligation to enforce the laws of the land. Therefore, when Rubenstein appointed Mueller, he violated the Constitutional requirement for separation of power, and now we have an unwelcome situation where in the DOJ (Executive) has initiated investigation of the Executive. This directly undermines the President's Constitutional obligation to enforce the law---we have ended up with Mueller investigating the President instead of Clinton, and other criminals. This unwelcome condition actually puts the President at risk for claim he obstructs Justice should he formerly disagree.
And furthermore, Mueller is obligated to recuse himself for all the same reasons Sessions recused---his character being further diminished by recent disregard for attorney/client privilege (Cohen).
These and other observations lead to fair conclusion that Mueller is point man for a coup d'état, and is therefore CRIMINAL---by word and by deed he is a domestic enemy of the United States Constitution.
It appears Barr may just clean up the DOJ. It would be nice to actually see some justice done in this country on all of those that have tried and are still trying to take down a duly elected President!
I honestly believe we bear witness to well defined coup d'état.
Completely agree with you.