Levin’s Legal Case To Stop Muller Has Emerged

In a special free episode of LevinTV, host Mark Levin embraced an argument made by law professor Steven Calabresi, a friend and former colleague of Levin’s from the Reagan Department of Justice, that the appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller was unconstitutional.

Levin believes Calabresi made “an overwhelming case” that the appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller violated the Appointments Clause of the U.S. Constitution.

Robert Mueller’s Appointment Is Unconstitutional

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Posted by LevinTV on Monday, May 21, 2018

The bottom line: Given the power that Mueller is exercising and the fact that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is not supervising his work directly, it is inaccurate to classify him as an “inferior officer” in the Department of Justice. He qualifies as a “principal officer,” a class of federal official like a United States attorney that the Supreme Court has ruled must be appointed by the president and confirmed with consent of the U.S. Senate.

Because Mueller was not appointed by Trump and was not confirmed by the Senate, Levin argues, his appointment is not constitutional. Therefore, every action he has taken under the scope of his investigation with powers granted to him by the DOJ is illegitimate, since his very powers are illegitimate.

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