Yesterday morning Eric Schneiderman was Attorney General of New York, one of the most powerful men in the nation. Just six days ago Politico wrote that even if Trump fired Mueller, Schneiderman, who had worked with Mueller in investigating Manafort, would carry the flag.
Last month, Schneiderman called on lawmakers to change a New York statute which bars recipients of presidential pardons from prosecution for a similar state crime. That was widely seen as a response to concern that Trump might pardon aides like Manafort or Cohen — or even himself.
“It’s a race against time,” said Democratic state Sen. Todd Kaminsky, a former federal and state prosecutor. Kaminsky has introduced a bill to change the law, which faces an uphill battle in the GOP-controlled state Senate.
This is an admission that the Mueller investigation is imploding. Last Friday the redacted report on Michael Flynn was released and it clearly shows that this was all political from the start. Darren Samuelsohn’s article is proof that the opposition to President Trump has moved from irrational outrage to outright delusion. Even though Mueller has zero evidence of Russian collusion, the liberal left desperately wants the investigation to go on and on and on until someone finds something.
Yesterday New Yorker Magazine published a report that four women had been physically assaulted by Schneiderman and he folded like a cheap umbrella. His only defense was that he thought they liked it. Seriously?
Superman crashed and burned in a matter of hours. By the end of the day even his BFF Andrew Cuomo had turned on him and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand called for his immediate resignation. He didn’t even have time to finish his shift, he resigned as of close of business on May 8, 2018.
If you have ever gone into a dark room filled with vile vermin and insects and hit them with a bright light, then you understand what happens. The minute someone turns on the light, the rats shriek in horror and run for cover. For over a year the Mueller investigation has operated in total darkness cheered on by the hopelessly biased and increasingly hysterical mainstream media. They have been screaming about Donald Trump since day one oblivious to the obvious that none of their accusations were supported by a shred of evidence. That is why CNN ran 59 stories about Stormy Daniels. That is all they have left.
But other people have been trying to peel back the covers and shed some light. It has been painfully slow and many people feared the darkness was permanent but fortunately they were wrong. Everyday more documents are released, every day more actual facts are made public and every day more light is overcoming the darkness.
We are now at the point where the dawn is breaking, and we will soon experience that magical moment when the power of light allows us to see everything around us. For Eric Schneiderman the light focused on him yesterday and quickly destroyed the myth of his personal power. Yesterday Eric Schneiderman thought he could order an investigation of the President of the United States. Today he can’t order a big Mac from McDonalds.
Change is coming at the speed of light. Remember when the light shines, it exposes everything, so there are likely to be casualties on all sides. But light is a beautiful thing. It is even more beautiful when it has been hidden for so long.