Maxine Waters writes poem to Mueller about Trump officials going to jail

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Apparently feeling poetic on Wednesday, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) tweeted a poem of encouragement for special counsel Robert Mueller.

Waters, a staunch critic of President Donald J. Trump, often revels in leading crowds in chants of “Impeach 45.” She used the social media platform to post a mocking verse about putting members of Trump’s successful 2016 presidential campaign team in jail, while offering kind words to Mueller.

Mueller was tapped to lead the Department of Justice’s investigation into allegations that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia, and into allegations of obstruction of justice. He has been criticized over the course of the probe over allegations of conflicts of interest, producing no impactful results and wasting taxpayers money.

Waters’ poem to the investigator said,

“A message to Mueller:

“Stay strong and stand tall. Continue to investigate them all.

“You are indeed answering the people’s call.

“The Kremlin Klan is going to fall.

“Around you the Democrats are building a wall.

“We look forward to the day, to prison they will all be hauled.”

As the Washington Examiner notes, Mueller was appointed to the investigation in May.  Trump has called the investigation a “witch hunt,” and while GOP lawmakers have accused the probe of being politically biased, the White House insists Mueller will not be removed from his temporary position.

Mueller has convicted or indicted four members of the Trump campaign and administration: Michael Flynn, George Papadopoulos, Paul Manafort, and Rick Gates.

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