Believe it or not, we are still in the midst of this absurd #RussiaGate investigation, helmed by the one and only Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his merry band of anti-Trump twits.
Throughout the ill-conceived investigation, there has been ample evidence of bias seen within the Special Counsel’s team itself, including the release of numerous text messages between two adulterous FBI agents who were hellbent on not only “getting” President Trump, but who had already stated that it was their sworn intention to prevent Donald Trump from even becoming President at all.
These are just the sort of investigators that the left wanted to have included on this team, and Robert Mueller knows it. These illicit text messages prove that the Special Counsel has surrounded himself with folks who are looking to get the President, calling into question any objectivity that the once-revered FBI chief still maintains to posses.
Now, as Mueller continues to lean on the bit players that he has somehow gotten his grimy paws on, it looks as though one of his process charges has actually succeeded in something, with a lawyer for former Trump confidante Michael Cohen issuing a bizarre warning via Twitter.
The lawyer representing President Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen issued a cryptic warning to the president and his lawyer Rudy Giuliani this week, in apparent reference to what his client could share with federal prosecutors.
Cohen, who is under criminal investigation as part of a federal grand jury probe into his personal business dealings, retained former White House special counsel Lanny Davis last week to represent him.
Davis, who served under former President Bill Clinton, seemingly challenged Giuliani on Monday for saying his client should tell the truth.
“Did @rudygiuliani really say on Sunday shows that @michaelcohen212 should cooperate with prosecutors and tell the truth? Seriously? Is that Trump and Giuliani definition of ‘truth’? Trump/Giuliani next to the word ‘truth’ = oxymoron. Stay tuned. #thetruthmatters,” Davis tweeted.
Of course, we’ll have to take this with a grain of salt, given that there has been very little evidence of, well, anything coming out of the Robert Mueller investigation.
In fact, with two other concluded probes both declaring, loudly, I might add, that there is no collusion to speak of, we’re not sure at all what Michael Cohen’s lawyer may be thinking here.