Last night on Mark Levin’s show, he revealed long-standing DOJ policy that goes back multiple decades and has been reaffirmed twice, most recently in the year 2,000, that states that a sitting president cannot be criminally indicted.
He explains below:
As Conservative Review points out:
The long-held official policy of the Department of Justice is that a sitting president of the United States cannot be indicted, according to official DOJ memoranda. Even The New York Times agrees…
Mark Levin informed his listeners of this fact during his radio program Monday night, saying, “whether I agree with that position or not is quite beside the point.”
“So all this talk about whether Trump personally is under investigation for obstruction of justice, or whether Trump violated the law, it will never go to court … if Robert Mueller should seek to indict Trump, a sitting president, in the end the Supreme Court would throw it out,” Levin continued.
Levin’s point is that Trump can’t actually be criminally indicted, so for Mueller to investigate Trump only means that he’s helping those who want to politically impeach Trump. As Levin argues, this is not his job as a criminal prosecutor.
Listen to the audio for more…