Tommy: Questions Robert Mueller WON'T be asked

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=I think we all know what everybody will be thinking about today.  And that is the start of Saints training camp in two days.  But that’s just here. In other places around the country all eyes and ears will be focused on Capitol Hill where former Special Investigator? Counsel? Robert Mueller will testify.  CBS News says these are the five things he’s most likely to be asked:
  • Why not consult the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel about indicting a sitting president since there was obvious disagreement over past memos?
  • Do you believe the Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General violated DOJ policy by reaching a conclusion on obstruction?
  • Is there any obstruction if Trump only ordered his White House counsel to tell the Justice Department that you should be removed but left the decision to others?
  • Do you disagree with Barr and Rosenstein's conclusion that questions about Trump's intent would undermine a potential obstruction prosecution?
  • Your report refuses to accuse Trump of obstruction because of DOJ policy, but you also write you would clear him if you could. Which is it?

Since they have that covered, I thought I’d look at what he is NOT LIKELY to be asked.  Among them:

  • Will you perform a little of your one man tribute to Liza Minelli?
  • What’s the dirtiest joke you’ve ever heard?
  • Do you like beer? And as a follow up, did you ever party with Brett Kavanaugh?
  • Do you have a favorite Seinfeld episode?
  • Have you or any of your friends ever heard anything remotely funny from Dane Cook?
  • If you could be any one of the Golden Girls would it be Sophia, Blanche, Dorothy or Rose?
  • Would you like fries with that?
  • What was your favorite Avengers movie?
  • If you were marooned on an island all alone, would you be able to knock out a bad tooth with an ice skate.  Why or why not?
  • Tell the truth…what the hell’s going on in Area 51?

And finally:

  • Do you have any earthly idea how they could not call pass interference when Nickell Robey-Coleman hit Tommy Lee Lewis clearly before the ball got there in the Saints/Rams playoff game?