As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.
It is a reality now that Donald Trump's lawyers have provided him with a way to save himself, not America, but his wonderful regime which the Lame Cherry is absolutely in favor of. The problem is, is that he has two pussies on the agenda who are afraid to pull the trigger in Rudy Guiliani and Ted Cruz.
This is the quote, but the scorched earth is about firing Jeff Sessions as Sessions is not patriot enough to resign and wanders around like that loon James Comey, and engineering this in August, so that the person Donald Trump appoints, will rule until January protecting Donald Trump and cleaning up this mess.
After Sessions recused himself, he passed on the responsibility to Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein, who then appointed Mueller as special counsel overseeing the Russia probe.
Trump could order Rosenstein — and then Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand — to fire Mueller. If they quit instead of doing so, he could appoint an acting attorney general who would. Trump could also appoint an acting attorney general with them in place — effectively passing over Rosenstein and Brand — and order that person to remove the special counsel.
Trump’s authority to jump Rosenstein and Brand, though, is murky. The Justice Department has issued opinions in the past saying both that such a move is and isn’t permissible. And his pick for an acting attorney general would have to have Senate confirmation and be serving elsewhere in the government or have worked in the Justice Department for 90 days within the past 365 and be at a certain senior pay level.
Another scenario is that Trump could make a recess appointment, said University of Texas School of Law professor Steve Vladeck. Under that plan, Trump could choose an attorney general during the August recess who would serve until the end of the next Senate session, which could be early January. That person would have the same authority as someone who is confirmed by the Senate, Vladeck said.
Among the names being floated as possible Sessions replacements are Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) and former New York City mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani, according to people familiar with the conversations.
Giuliani dismissed a report floating his name as a possible attorney general and told CNN that Sessions “made the right decision under the rules of the Justice Department” to recuse himself. He did not return a message seeking comment.
Cruz had said previously that he “did not think it was necessary to appoint a special counsel,” but when Mueller was appointed, he praised him as “an excellent choice.” A spokesman for Cruz could not be reached for comment.
Some Trump advisers said that this process could be agonizing for the attorney general, with the president’s anger flaring but no decision being reached for weeks or maybe months, leaving Sessions isolated from the White House. Sessions was at the White House complex on Monday for a routine meeting but did not meet with the president.
But not all in Trump’s orbit share the view that Sessions’s days are numbered.
Anthony Scaramucci, the new White House communications director, told CNN on Monday afternoon that Trump and Sessions “need to sit down face-to-face and have a reconciliation and a discussion of the future.”
Former House speaker Newt Gingrich, a vigorous Trump ally, said in an interview that he and Trump had talked about Sessions and that Trump had indicated “he was very unhappy both with the recusal and the fact that Jeff didn’t talk to him beforehand.” But Gingrich said he would “strongly oppose” the firing of Sessions, because “I think his base likes Sessions.”
“His base thinks that on things like [violent street gangs] and sanctuary cities that Sessions is doing a fine job, and I think his base would be confused,” Gingrich said.
Gingrich also said he believed Sessions could survive the president’s criticisms.
“He said he’s beleaguered, not failed, and he is a little beleaguered,” Gingrich said. “This whole thing has been a mess.”
Trump, though, continues to let Sessions twist in the wind. One person close to Trump said the president asked him about how firing Sessions “would play in the conservative media.” Trump also asked him whether it would help to replace Sessions “with a major conservative,” the person said.
For his part, Sessions shows no signs of stepping down.
On Friday, Sessions traveled to Philadelphia to meet with law enforcement officials. In his speech, he vowed to crack down on illegal immigration and on “sanctuary cities” that are not communicating with federal authorities about undocumented immigrants. He spoke of how hard he is working, despite having none of his U.S. attorneys in place and most of his senior officials still not confirmed by the Senate.
“I do my best every day,” Sessions said, “to fulfill the goals the president and I share.”
Several of Session’s Republican former colleagues on Capitol Hill have defended him in the face of the president’s criticism.
Sen. John Cornyn (R-Tex.), a close friend, said that Sessions was “doing just fine.” He also encouraged the president to try to patch up his relationship with his attorney general.
“They’re both adults, and they can work it out,” Cornyn said.
If I was Jehu, I would send an emissary to put the fear of Donald into Jeff Sessions, and inform the AG that he was about to fire Rob Rosenstein, appoint a Special Counsel to immediately review Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and then sign his resignation due to health reasons, as the next Attorney General would indict Jeff Sessions for lying in meeting with the Russian ambassador and will be tried in 14 days at Gitmo and sentenced to life in prison before September is out.
That taken care of, the neo Attorney General will upon the 7 day review of Robert Mueller, indict Robert Mueller on conflict of interest and conspiracy with James Comey, who will be tried and convicted by September.
The neo AG will of course have to institute a putsch of all the Homeland agency to enforce this restabilization of the American Government. This includes the the use of Military Police under presidential authority to enforce these necessary measures.
This will of course involve nice military script readers replacing electronic media and print who are found to be causing instability in America.
Once the benefactors of those lofty moralists of Congress understand the realities of the system will crush them, January will be a month of 100 vote confirmations of Mr. Trumps new Attorney General and all other picks. Suddenly Congress will cease these coup investigations, and by remarkable reality, the Bundy's and the people of the west will cease being targets of the deep state land grab of America.
It is a reality that Guiliani and Sessions are too pussy to deal with this in the measures necessary. It requires a cold blooded son of a bitch like Mike Pence, but Pence is already running his own coup on Donald Trump. The Kushners and that Jew corp can only get others to stab the goy in the back. It will require someone who knows they will be reviled by history after this, probably be hauled to some dungeon when they are 70 as that is when the rats come for you, and figure America is worth the sacrifice of who they are for the ungrateful bleaters. That is the dice roll in this for the neo AG to trust Jesus will come back before the mobs drag them away to the dungeon.
I would calculate it is worth the role, but I do not know if Donald Trump has the balls to do what needs doing, as he sold out before and has been thinking with Ivanka's vulva since.
Trump's Way or No Way.
First, most simply, Trump could order Mueller fired. Our Constitution gives the president the full prosecution power in Article II; accordingly, any federal prosecutor works ultimately for the president.Even if the deep state Washington Post is baiting President Trump in above, it requires being accomplished, though first seizing control of the deep state as the Lame Cherry warned in 2016 AD in the year of our Lord.
The regulations provide that Mueller can “be disciplined or removed from office only by the personal action of the Attorney General” (again, Rosenstein here, because Sessions is recused) and only for “good cause.” The president, therefore, would have to direct Rosenstein to fire Mueller — or, somewhat more extravagantly, Trump could order the special-counsel regulations repealed and then fire Mueller himself
Second, Congress could muck up Mueller’s investigation.
Third, the regulations permit Rosenstein to define the scope and powers of the investigation.