Levin: Mueller’s appointment was unconstitutional

· May 21, 2018  
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Robert Mueller testifies before Congress on behalf of the FBI
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Kicking off the week on the radio Monday, LevinTV host Mark Levin raised a crucial point about the appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller that no one is currently discussing — it was unconstitutional.

“The appointment of Robert Mueller violates the United States Constitution,” Levin said. “And every subpoena, indictment, and plea agreement should be null and void.”


Levin walked through the constitutional argument on the radio. He also summarized his argument in a note posted to Facebook:

“Every defendant, suspect, witness, etc., in this matter should challenge the Mueller appointment as a violation of the Appointments Clause,” Levin wrote.

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Author: Chris Pandolfo

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