A leaked email from a Democrat member of the House indicates that the wheels are in motion to mobilize dweebs, geeks, Trump-haters, and anyone else who wants to crack a few heads and burn a dumpster or two, all because the beltway intel machine is laying odds that President Trump is going to fire Robert Mueller, Rod Rosenstein, Jeff Sessions, a combination thereof, or perhaps go for the trifecta and can all three sometime this weekend, which usually means late Friday afternoon, the ideal time to not make a news splash as that is the dead spot in weekly news consumption.
Connecticut Democratic Rep. Jim Himes sent an email out to field organizers in Norwalk and other towns in his home state Friday outlining his concerns that the president will fire either Attorney General Jeff Session, FBI Director Rod Rosenstein, or special counsel Robert Mueller.
A source connected to the Himes campaign told TheDCNF that the Democrats need “contingency plans” set up in case Trump takes action.
The leaked email, authored personally by Himes, says that the congressman believes “that in the next 48 hours, it is more likely than not that the President acts against Attorney General Sessions, Deputy AG Rosenstein, and/or Special Counsel Mueller. His intent will be to end Mueller’s investigation.”
I’m sure George Soros is feverishly working his worn-out hide off dispatching his flying monkeys in a last-minute effort to mobilize the morons.
It is not clear how Himes has gotten this impression, but it should not be seen as an effort to drum up the base or as a fundraising effort.
“I have a hard time believing that Jim would send this out without being 85 percent certain” about the firings, the source told TheDCNF.
Himes also writes that he believes it is “likely that the President will order an attack on Syria” this weekend.
“In both cases, constitutional order and rule of law are at stake. As a consequence, it is important that we speak and act in a coordinated manner,” Himes wrote to Connecticut party officials, referencing the need for organizers to begin planning.
In the case of the president ending Mueller’s investigation, Himes told confidants that “Congress must act immediately to require the preservation of all documents and work product, and to re-establish the investigation via statue,” adding that “this must be the sole initial priority.”
“Re-establish the investigation via statue?” I know Mueller is stiff, but a statue?
As Congress acts, Himes calls for “organized, persistent and peaceful demonstrations with a clear demand must be the goal.” Democrats are organizing protests in small towns and cities, not just locations like Washington, D.C., and New York City, according to emails seen by TheDCNF.
The firing of any Department of Justice officials will come in tandem with “an attack on Syria,” which “will likely be undertaken rapidly and remotely.” The congressman also notes that he believes “such an attack would be unconstitutional,” but that “Presidents of both parties have done violence to the requirement that Congress authorize non-defensive military action,” referring to both the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations.
Himes ends his email with a quote from President Abraham Lincoln and a call for action. “Public sentiment is everything. With public sentiment, nothing can fail. Without it, nothing can succeed,” he wrote before adding, “You’ve proved Lincoln right several times in the last 14 months,” referring to previous anti-Trump protests. “It may be time to do it again.”
Progressive organizations like MoveOn have also been working with Democratic Party officials over the last 48 hours to assist in any potential protests. Members of both organizations refer to the demonstrations as the “Mueller Firing Rapid Response event,” according to documents viewed by TheDCNF
Trump has repeatedly signaled his frustration with the direction of the Mueller probe. After FBI investigators raided Cohen’s office Monday, the president described the incident as “disgraceful” and an “attack on our country.”
Previous reports have alleged that Trump has often times expressed his desire to end the investigation, believing it has expanded far beyond its initial scope and that it is a “witch hunt.”