Impeach the Cox sacker
In October of 1973, Richard Nixon ordered his attorney general Elliott Richardson to fire special prosecutor Archibald Cox because Cox was getting too close to the truth.
Rather than comply with the order, Richardson resigned.
Nixon then ordered Richardson’s second in command, William Ruckelshaus to fire Cox. Rather than comply with the order, Ruckelshaus resigned.
Next in line was solicitor general Robert Bork, who finally fired Cox, but the feedback from the media was immediate – and deadly.
As you know, Nixon was finally forced to resign in August of 1974.
Then-Governor Jan Brewer tried to fire the chairwoman of the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission in November of 2011. That did not go according to plan either.
On Friday, March 10, our tweeter in chief ordered 46 holdover United States attorney to immediately resign.
One of those attorneys is Preet Bharara, who is based in Manhattan. His office is known for investigating corrupt elected officials, and is currently investigating New York mayor Bill de Blasio. His office, naturally, would be in charge of investigating in any irregularities of the Trump organization.
This morning, Bharara refused Attorney General Jeff Session’s order to resign. To my knowledge, none of the other attorneys have resigned either, even though they are simply “collateral damage” to hide his real target, who is Bharara. Bharara has an uncanny ability to get to the truth, something that Trump has trouble doing.
Due to Trump’s declining mental state, and the spreading investigation into the involvement of Russia in last November’s election, it is inevitable that Trump will be impeached or forced to resign in his first year in office.
Did Obama order the wiretap on Trump’s phone ?.
He sure did, Captain Queeg. By the way, the strawberries are right where you left them.