NeverTrumper Ben Shapiro appeared on Bill Maher’s show and they were discussing President Trump. Shapiro who quit Breitbart over their support of Trump said that Trump was too stupid to collude with the Russians.
He ignored the fact that in two years at a total cost of up to 25 million dollars, no one has been able to find a shred of evid3nce proving collusion. I should also point out that there is no such crime as collusion anywhere within the juris prudence community. But Shapiro who has remained true to his NeverTrump standard then said if they found evidence of collusion he would be happy to see President Trump be impeached.
“I’m happy to wait for the Mueller indictments. If they come down and they target Trump, I’m happy to see him impeached. But I need to see evidence.”
“If he throws it in the trash or quashes the Mueller investigation then, yes, impeachment should be on the table,” Shapiro said.
The president has frequently decried the Mueller probe as a “witch hunt” and a “hoax.” His Republican allies have accused the Department of Justice of being biased against the president.
Mueller, meanwhile, has indicted or obtained guilty pleas from four former Trump associates in his investigation, and filed charges against 13 Russian nationals.
The Hill uses the indictments to justify the Mueller probe but they left out some vital information. Of the four who have been indicted, not one of them has been accused of collusion. During discovery, Manafort’s lawyers asked Mueller for all of their evidence that Manafort colluded with the Russians. Mueller said he didn’t have a single page.
Mueller indicted three Russian companies and thirteen individuals. One of the corporations, Concord catering did not even exist at the time Mueller said they were committing crimes.
Mueller put out the indictments because he never expected to go to court. But now he has because Concord Management decided to fight the case. As it turns out, the thirteen people Mueller indicted don’t even exist. And Concord has revealed that no actual investigation took place because Mueller was forced to ask for a continuance because he admitted he wasn’t ready to prosecute. In other words, he indicted Concord mnagement without any evidence.