Mark Levin just  let it drop that the appointment of Mueller is unconstitutional because of the way he was appointed and everything he’s done to expand the investigation:

Fox News reports:
Levin said the attorneys in the case before an Alexandria, Va. federal judge are simultaneously considered “Special Assistant U.S. Attorneys.”

He said that therefore, their direct supervisor — Mueller — should be lawfully considered a “roving” U.S. Attorney.

He said the Constitution designates the president as the person who must nominate all “principal officers” — including U.S. attorneys and cabinet members.

But, Mueller was appointed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and was not confirmed by the Senate, as anyone working as a U.S. attorney should be by law, according to Levin.

Levin said that the scenario therefore “violates the Constitution [via] the Appointments Clause” in Article II.

“Rosenstein usurped the authority of the president of the United States to nominate whoever he wants as a prosecutor,” Levin said.

“Mr. Mueller is serving unconstitutionally in violation of the Appointments Clause of the U.S. Constitution because of the way Rod Rosenstein appointed him.”


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