Robert Mueller: American Hero

Jack Bernard, a retired SVP with a large national healthcare firm, has worked extensively with hospitals across the nation regarding cost containment and insurance. He was also the first Director of Health Planning for the state of Georgia.

Robert Mueller is under-appreciated and should be celebrated as a true American hero regardless of his findings.
Mueller, a Republican, volunteered for a thankless job: investigating an international scandal that almost certainly would lead to the President and/or those closest to him, which is in fact why he is being criticized. Why did he do it?
A respected career law enforcement official, Mueller is obviously not a liberal with a grudge. He did not accept the position because he is out to get the President or his campaign.
He volunteered because his country needed him. In this way, he was much like many of the idealistic young men and women who volunteered ‪after 9/11‬.
My opinion is that Mueller knows he stands a better than 50 percent chance of being fired without just cause by our President, a bully who appears to hate hearing the truth. I suspect that is one reason Mueller has so tightly controlled leaks on his end.
He will present his findings only when his work is done. If Mueller is fired, either directly by Trump or indirectly via surrogates, the evidence will speak for itself. All indications are that his findings will be damning for both Trump and his family, as well as his closest associates.
As opposed to Trump, Mueller seeks no applause. He does not speak before crowded stadiums, calling his opponents demeaning names.
He seeks only the truth. The world would be a better place if more people in our Capital were like him.

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