Mark Levin: A sitting U.S. President can NOT be indicted by the Justice Department

From the Mark Levin Radio Show 6/19.  Levin is a constitutional lawyer and former aide to Attorney General Edwin Meese under President Ronald Reagan.  He shares his insights regarding the Department of Justice ability to indict a sitting president.  He has researched standing policy at the DoJ memoranda regarding Constitutional law and concludes that this special counsel led by Robert Mueller is total bullshit and in the end a president who represents the Executive Branch of the US Government CANNOT be charged or prosecuted much less judged by 12 people on a jury.  A jury does not have the power to change our government.  Period.

So what are we to conclude?  It’s a kabuki theater created by the UniParty enabled by the RINO republicans led by Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan.  That’s it.  The rest is just noise.

Let’s review:

  1. Congress approved the special counsel to investigate Russian interference into our election process.  (The special counsel was to be non-partisan which in itself is impossible.  Who the hell is not partisan in Washington?)  Former FBI Director Robert Mueller was chosen for the position.  The democrats wholeheartedly approved, which should have had alarm bells ringing from the first second.
  2. Since then it has been revealed that no Russian interference was possible given that our voting machines are not connected to the internet.
  3. Then the special counsel morphed into an investigation into Trump-Russian collusion.  None has been identified much less evidence found.
  4. Then the special counsel morphed into an investigation of “obstruction of justice” given the Comey firing who allegedly was investigating the Trump-Russian connection.  The assertion of obstruction is total bullshit given that a president can fire anyone he wants for any reason at anytime.  It’s not possible that a president can obstruct anything given that he is the head of the Executive Branch of our government.

It should be noted that Mueller’s team is not fully staffed yet.  Further, he is staffing it with heavy hitting lawyers who just so also happen to be Clinton and Democrat supporters.  Impartial my ass.  Lastly, Mueller can charge the US Government whatever he wants and the government will pay the fee.

Meanwhile, let’s ignore Hillary Clinton’s participation into the Benghazi mess.  Let’s ignore her mishandling 30,000 emails while Secretary of State.  Let’s ignore her trafficking in classified documents on an unsecured server while running for president.  Let’s ignore the not-so-secret meeting of then AG Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton days before Comey withdrew his investigation into Hillary.  Let’s ignore the unmasking of NSA surveillance of the Trump campaign staff, as directed by Susan Rice, a direct violation of US Law.  Let’s ignore that George Soros is funding dozens of groups that are protesting around the country seeding hate and discontent.  Let’s ignore that Obama has 30,000 community organizers in place around the country promoting hate.  Yeah, let’s ignore all of that but let’s focus on whether or not President Trump ever talked to a Russian in his entire life.

Good grief.  Where are the adults?  My head hurts.

~ Hardnox

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16 Responses to Mark Levin: A sitting U.S. President can NOT be indicted by the Justice Department

  1. Peppermint says:

    My head hurts too Nox. This is nothing but a freak show going on to make Trump look like he’s guilty of something when he’s not.

    Mueller with his “hit squad” is beyond the pale. The thing that gets me is they are doing all of this out in the open and smacking it in our faces.

    And Mueller is breaking the law just by his having a conflict of interest being Comey’s BFF. Rosenstein needs to recuse himself too. But neither seem to think one thing about their law breaking. We might as well be back under the Obama administration where breaking the law was the norm.

    Yeah on top of it I agree with your last commentary that Hillary gets away with murder and no special counsel for her. It boils my blood.

  2. I.R. Wayright says:

    I’m surprised Mueller hasn’t hired John Podesta.

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  4. clyde says:

    Sorry Boss. There are NO adults left in the swamp. Alligators got’em. Best fix for the mess is a meteor.

  5. malenurseken says:

    I heard Mark Levin show on radio yesterday afternoon. Heard him say that. This whole Russian thing needs to stop! Collusion, Obstruction, ALL of it.

  6. AuntieBS says:

    I am appalled that all this is continuing for so long, and likely to do so for much longer. I blame Ryan & McConnel for not stepping in and calling this witch hunt for what it is and quenching it. That they haven’t means that there are enough RINOs in Congress that a winning vote is not sure fire. Just incredible!

  7. GunnyG says:

    Hang them all. Period.

  8. Shar says:

    IMO Sessions caused this whole situation by not standing up to them and recusing himself. The Dims need to get over themselves. They lost. Maybe Trump should go around saying “elections have consequences” like Batears did. You can see why he has people close to him he can trust. He can not trust Congress that’s for sure.

    • malenurseken says:

      I Agree Shar! Sessions was a damn COWARD I think! And OH how I hope this gal Rep wins the election in GA today! I wont be able to stand the BS youll hear if the DEM wins! “””OH THIS IS REFLECTION OF TRUMP AND NEXT ELECTION………………………………”” Im sick of the BS

  9. Uriel says:

    In 1973, the Department concluded that the indictment or criminal prosecution of a sitting President would impermissibly undermine the capacity of the executive branch to perform its constitutionally assigned functions.

    Clinton v. Jones, 520 U.S. 681 (1997), was a landmark United States Supreme Court case establishing that a sitting President of the United States has no immunity from civil law litigation against him or her, for acts done before taking office and unrelated to the office.

    The involuntary removal of a sitting President of the United States has never occurred in our history. The only legal way such can be accomplished is by the impeachment process. – …the operative legal standard to apply to an impeachment of a sitting President is “treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors.” There is substantial difference of opinion over the interpretation of these words. – See more at:

    Justice Samuel Chase in 1805, against President Andrew Johnson in 1867, and against President William Jefferson Clinton in 1999. None of these three resulted in removal from office, and all three stand for the principle that impeachment should not be perceived as a device simply to remove a political opponent. In that regard, the caution of the Framers has been fulfilled.