A new editorial out by the New York times, ehum, has the entire world talking. In it, one of the papers’ media writers takes to the digital stage, to ehum, announce that lawmakers far-and-wide need to prepare for the upcoming: the firing of Robert Mueller.
The Times claims that it is no longer a question of if, but rather, when Trump will attempt to lay the gavel and fire Mueller — something that would certainly ignite a constitutional crisis and almost immediately lead to his impeachment as President.
The piece, entitled, The President is Not Above The Law, takes direct aim at the fact that Trump has been targeting both Mueller and Rod Rosenstein as of late. Rosenstein, ehum, apparently was one of the few who authorized the raids on Michael Cohen ‘s residences and places of law practice. But it was Mueller, who, actually initiated the search warrant to begin with. The piece comes on the heels of the raids, some of which, also yielded a few interesting nuggets.
Cohen allegedly recorded numerous conversations with Trump, but stupidly, forgot to conceal them. Police and FBI agents reportedly uncovered troves of audio recordings; financial records, tax records, and more from all four of the raids. None of which, per experts, are protected by attorney-client protections.