Geoff’s piece titled “Special Prosecutors, Then and Now” was featured this week on The American Spectator.
Here’s an excerpt:
Shock and dismay is being expressed this week, in the aftermath of Robert Mueller’s stumbling and hesitant testimony before two committees of the House of Representatives. Is it possible that this paragon of virtue from the past was but a figurehead, who ceded operational authority and responsibility for preparing “his” report to a specially recruited staff, consisting primarily of politically active Democrats but no Republicans?
The answer is not only obvious, but also follows precisely the same pattern set in the Watergate investigations of some 45 years ago — where there are amazing and unsettling parallels.