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If President Trump fires special counsel Robert Mueller, it won’t be because his advisers are telling him to do so. It won’t be because his base is calling for it. The only reason he would do so is because the left has made it clear they don’t want it to happen. They’re daring him to do it, and based on the President’s history, that may be enough to make him do it. When liberals oppose something, that’s all the incentive he needs to act.
It would be a huge mistake, of course. It isn’t because of the optics, necessarily, but as Ben Shapiro noted, Mueller and the FBI are doing a fine job of spiting themselves:
Many Trump supporters and allies are calling on the President to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, putting an end to his Russia investigation. They say it’s clear the investigation is going nowhere and may be too corrupted by Hillary Clinton supporters to yield an objective result to the investigation. Meanwhile, Democrats are threatening to “take to the streets” if Trump were to fire him.
Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro wrote on the DailyWire why he believes it would be a big mistake if Trump were to do so. He ended his article with this:
“Trump doesn’t have to stop Mueller. Mueller has done a bang-up job stopping himself.”
For their own part, the left is working through a handful of different talking points. One of the popular ones was so clearly orchestrated it’s almost comical. See if you can notice a trend:
If Trump fires Mueller, we take to the streets. Immediately.
— Michael Skolnik (@MichaelSkolnik) December 16, 2017
Perhaps the right needs this reminder. #Mueller is closing in. They wouldn’t be demanding he be fired if 45 & this corrupt admin wasn’t guilty.
If Mueller is fired, we take it to the streets. Every. Single. Day.
— Trinity Resists (@TrinityResists) December 16, 2017
Make no mistake,by attacking Mueller,DT's state run TV(Fox) is pushing US to a constitutional crisis. Be prepared to take the streets.
— Rob Reiner (@robreiner) December 16, 2017
RT if you're ready to hit the streets immediately if Mueller or Rosenstein go.
— Randi Mayem Singer (@rmayemsinger) December 16, 2017
If @realDonaldTrump fires Robert Mueller, people should go into the streets. It should be Tahrir Square like uprising. We must defend our democracy and the rule of law. This should be a popular uprising like we've never seen in America.
— Cenk Uygur (@cenkuygur) December 17, 2017
If that happens we must take to the streets – America is not a dictatorship! https://t.co/fhezSM51tp
— Karen Finney (@finneyk) December 17, 2017
22/ So all Americans, no matter their political stripe or what chance you think there is that Trump is guilty—1% or 90%—should do what Americans did during the Watergate Era if Trump fires Mueller: take to the streets and swarm Congress' phone lines until rule of law is restored.
— Seth Abramson (@SethAbramson) December 16, 2017
Rumor is that HUGE Trump/Russia News is going to drop today.
Fox News is currently trying to build a case undermining Mueller.
THIS IS COORDINATED.
If Trump fires Mueller WE MUST TAKE TO THE STREETS IN PROTEST.
— Mikel Jollett (@Mikel_Jollett) December 15, 2017
I get the feeling they want to take to the streets in protest.
How did this come about? How does the left coordinate such a message? Conservative Christian Jack Posobiec has a theory:
There are two different narratives at play here. The push by Trump supporters to fire Mueller is one with its heart in the right place but with a completely flawed strategy. The longer Mueller continues to investigate without bringing charges against people directly affiliated with the Trump campaign or the President himself that pertain to Russian tampering, the harder it will be for him to continue. He has brought charges forward, but they aren’t directly pertinent to his actual charter. Paul Manafort’s engagement was well before he was with the Trump campaign and Michael Flynn’s interaction with Russia happened during transition.
Lest we forget, the intent of this investigation was to sniff out Russian hacking of the election itself. So far, they’ve uncovered nothing in that regard.
There are only two reasons President Trump would want to fire Mueller. Either he’s worried about something coming to light or he gets egged on by the left. Since it’s not looking likely the former will happen, the left is hoping to make the latter happen. They need him to fire Mueller to justify their resistance. Otherwise, they haven’t had enough to protest since the travel ban. He forced the issue on DACA by calling for a legislative solution, something the left is unwilling to accept as a positive for some reason. He hasn’t repealed Obamacare. He hasn’t built the wall. He hasn’t blown up the world. If he doesn’t fire Mueller, all of these protests and screaming at the moon will have been demonstrably futile.
To fuel the flames pressing President Trump to fire Mueller, former Attorney General Eric Holder has entered the fray.
ABSOLUTE RED LINE: the firing of Bob Mueller or crippling the special counsel’s office. If removed or meaningfully tampered with, there must be mass, popular, peaceful support of both. The American people must be seen and heard – they will ultimately be determinative.
— Eric Holder (@EricHolder) December 17, 2017
If anyone short of Hillary Clinton or John Kasich can get President Trump’s ire up, it’s Holder.
Progressives will defend Mueller’s investigation with everything they have, but many of them have false motives. Publicly, they oppose it, but deep down they would love nothing better than for Mueller’s fruitless investigation to be cut short by the President. Their worst case scenario is unfolding. If Mueller completes his investigation and doesn’t take down the President with it, liberals will be beside themselves with grief.
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