KOMMONSENTSJANE – VIDEO Mueller Record: Can He Be Trusted with Power? – Ex-inspector general: Blowback came from Clinton allies. Reclaim Our Republic.

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Mueller should be terminated from his present job due to a conflict of interest – because of his involvement in the Uranium One deal and the fact he actually delivered the initial sample to Putin.

He is not an honest man.

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Reclaim Our Republic

Nov 28, 2017 by  Steve Byas

Mueller Record: Can He Be Trusted with Power?

Robert Mueller has been handed a great amount of power as the “independent counsel” investigating alleged Russian interference in the presidential election. Can he be trusted with that power?

Writing in the 19th century, Lord Acton famously said, “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” History is full of examples of the truth of Acton’s remarks, from the Bible to modern times. We all can point to obvious examples such as King Henry VIII and totalitarian dictators such as Hitler and Stalin, but we can even learn the truth of Acton’s remarks with the example of the Israelite King David. David was called “a man after God’s own heart,” but even he succumbed to the temptation to abuse his monarchial powers in a selfish way.

With this historical background, we should view with skepticism the idea that an “independent” counsel (more…

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