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Robert Mueller believed he was bulletproof.

The fake news media, as well as Democrats and Never Trump Republicans, bombarded the American people with the message that Donald Trump firing Robert Mueller was a surefire ticket to impeachment.

But Mueller just got this terrifying news about Trump ending his rigged witch hunt.

Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz blew up the fake news media’s myth that firing Robert Mueller is a slam dunk impeachable offense.

The special counsel is not an unaccountable superior branch of government.

Mueller is an executive branch employee that reports – in this case – to the Deputy Attorney General.

Trump firing him for gross misconduct is a lawful exercise of executive authority.

Dershowitz told Tucker Carlson during a recent broadcast that “…firing the special counsel would not be an impeachable offense because it wouldn’t be a crime.”

The Harvard law professor continued, “The president would have authority to do it. It would be politically very damaging to do it. Look, technically there is oversight over the special counsel in the personage of the attorney general.”

Dershowitz’s bombshell declaration could not have come at a better time.

Mueller escalated his attacks on Trump’s Presidency when he hauled former Trump attorney Michael Cohen into a Manhattan federal court.

Cohen pleaded guilty to lying to Congress about a business deal to build a Trump Tower in Moscow.

Cohen had told Congress the deal fell apart in January 2016 right before the Iowa Caucuses.

In reality, the deal collapsed in June 2016 shortly after Trump wrapped up the GOP nomination.

Either way, one indisputable fact emerged: Donald Trump never completed a business deal with the Russians.

Cohen’s confession in his plea agreement syncs up with public statements Trump made at the time.

In July 2016, he truthfully stated he had no business dealings in Russia.

“I have nothing to with Russia, I have nothing to do with Russia. And even — for anything. What do I have to do with Russia? You know the closest I came to Russia, I bought a house a number of years ago in Palm Beach, Florida. Palm Beach is a very expensive place. There was a man who went bankrupt, and I bought the house for $40 million and I sold it to a Russian for $100 million including brokerage commissions. So I sold it. So I bought it for 40, I sold it for 100 to a Russian. That was a number of years ago,” Trump told reporters at a press conference in Florida at the time.

But Mueller’s provocation raised the stakes of this investigation.

The special counsel and his band of Democrat hatchet men are not running a collusion investigation.

If they were simply investigating Russia’s role in the 2016 election and possible coordination with the Trump campaign, they would have closed up shop and issued a report proclaiming Trump’s innocence long ago.

Instead, this move revealed this is an impeachment investigation where Mueller is reduced to hauling Trump associates before his partisan hack prosecutors and nailing them for false statements about perfectly legal activities.

The true nature of Mueller’s probe led many Trump supporters to cry out for Trump to put a stop to this coup and fire Mueller.

However, every time that happens, the fake news media claims Trump will punch his ticket to impeachment and conviction in the Senate if he takes that step.

But that’s all changed now that Dershowitz has slapped Mueller and the fake news media across the face with a dose of reality.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.