The left is still holding on to the flimsy idea that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is going to end the presidency of President Donald Trump.
They are also continuing their tradition of having no class by accosting Mueller after Easter services at church.
Take a look here!
“Well, we understood that Robert Mueller was just across Lafayette Square here from downtown Washington at St. John’s Episcopal Church,” he said to anchor Alex Witt on Sunday.
“He’s been seen there before over the last several weeks attending services. He was there with Mrs. Mueller at the 9:00 a.m. service.
“We had a camera crew waiting outside. It was, of course, Easter service. And, yes, we did surprise director Mueller upon his exiting of the church.”
“Sir, could I ask you a couple of questions? Will you testify before Congress, sir?” he asked Mueller as he walked from the church.
“I have no comment,” Mueller said.
“Are you sure about that, sir?” he asked.
“No comment,” Mueller said. But that did not stop the reporter from peppering Mueller with questions as he headed to his car.
“If it were anybody but the president, would Mr. Trump be indicted, sir?” he said to Mueller who was not answering him.
“Now that you have finished — sir, why didn’t you make a recommendation to Congress one way or the other?” he said.
“Did the attorney general accurately characterize your positions on conspiracy and obstruction, sir?” he said.
MSNBC just sent a "journalist" out to stake out and harass Robert Mueller when he was leaving church on Easter Sunday.
"We tried to be as respectful as possible" is an actual thing Mike Viqueira said after airing the clip… pic.twitter.com/JdfV6LsA8L
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) April 21, 2019
Ever wonder why the Left are so shook whenever politics does not go their way?
Because government is their god.
Liberalism is their church.
Power is their religion.
Demonstrated here by MSNBC harassment of ‘false prophet’ Mueller leaving Easter service.
What broken lunatics. pic.twitter.com/Oe965zEWO2
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) April 21, 2019
Asking the questions is journalistically defensible.
But ambushing after an Easter service, bordering on harassment, and publishing the video with no news value is not. Much more “look at me”
— Too Much News (@JustTheFacts37) April 21, 2019