Donald Trump has a new plan since everyone is telling him that firing Robert Mueller is a bad idea — and it’s absolutely Hitlerian.
Buried in a report by NBC News about the “state” of Donald Trump, is something absolutely chilling.
“I think he’s been convinced that firing Mueller would not only create a firestorm, it would play right into Mueller’s hands,” a friend of Trump disclosed, “because it would give Mueller the moral high ground.”
What does he plan to do? Well…this:
Instead, as is now becoming plain, the Trump strategy is to discredit the investigation and the FBI without officially removing the leadership. Trump is even talking to friends about the possibility of asking Attorney General Jeff Sessions to consider prosecuting Mueller and his team.
“Here’s how it would work: ‘We’re sorry, Mr. Mueller, you won’t be able to run the federal grand jury today because he has to go testify to another federal grand jury,'” said one Trump adviser.
You’re not reading that wrong. According to people close to Trump, his solution to the Mueller ‘problem’ is to prosecute him for…something — a move reminiscent of Adolf Hitler’s prosecution of Hans Litten, a lawyer opposing the Nazis who once cross-examined him for three hours over an incident in which some of Hitler’s cronies stabbed two of his enemies to death.
Litten was arrested on the night of the Reichstag fire along with seemingly every progressive and left-leaning individual Adolf could find. Litten spent his life in concentration camps where he was interrogated and tortured endlessly until he ultimately committed suicide.
Hitler was investigated for perjury following the Tanzpalast Eden Trial but managed to skate by relatively unscathed.
But according to this report, the American Hitler doesn’t intend to give Mr. Mueller the chance to speak to him at all.
He just wants him gone.
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