- Jul 2011
- becoming more and more
no. That's not the way it works. The Special Counsel regulation do not give the AG prosecutorial discretion. There is nothing in the Special Counsel regulations that pass on the Special Counsel authority as to whether to prosecute on to the AG.
Also, more disturbingly, she calls an investigation that, for the first time, made a conclusively detailed determination about Russia engaging in an cyber attack against our US infrastructure a waste of time. We're under attack. That's suppose to be the number one consideration of the CIC. But, all this administration cares about is protecting Trump - the man. That's the only thing this administration cares about.When the special counsel’s inquiry concludes, the special counsel must provide a confidential report to the Attorney General with explanations of the decisions made in the course of the inquiry in favor of or declining to prosecute any charges.149 The regulations do not expressly provide for disclosure of this report to any other parties, nor do they further identify the 138 28 C.F.R. § 600.7(b).
I know it's going to come up. So, let me just go on the record right now. Yes. He should be impeached. Even though, I know it's highly unlikely. That's what should happen. If he isn't willing to put the interest of the country before his petty ego he should step down. Or be removed from office.