2 thoughts on “AT: Why aren’t Mueller’s Indictments challenged as unconstitutional?

  1. Perhaps we should be able to see the Mueller report. That would clarify at lot of this right wing speculation and chest thumping indignation.

    Congress has the established right to the entire document. There may be some restrictions with regards what is released to the public, but not to the First Branch.

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    1. RE: ‘Congress has the established right to the entire document. There may be some restrictions with regards what is released to the public, but not to the First Branch.”

      CNN had a young lawyer on last night who made precisely this argument. CNN then had an older, clearly more knowledgable lawyer on who said the argument was hogwash because the AG is not required by law to give anything to Congress.

      The older lawyer said Congress is free to issue subpoenas if it wishes. The AG can just ignore them. If Congress sues the AG, it is far from certain Congress would prevail, and, in any case, it will take years for the case to get to the Supreme Court.

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