From the moment that Robert Mueller entered the Russia-gate picture, we knew that it wasn’t going to end pretty.
During the election of 2016, which was a referendum on Americans’ opinions of the liberal lunacy of the previous 8 years, doomed democratic diva Hillary Clinton was desperate. She was about to find herself obliterated by populist conservative Donald Trump in the general election, ending what she surely believed was her inevitable rise to power. Clinton had never faced any real competition before, having skated her way into power as First Lady, Senator, and Secretary of State. When things didn’t quite go her way, the lifelong democrat simply resorted to cheating, lying, stealing, or possibly killing her way to victory.
The election itself served to prove this point as well when Wikileaks released emails from within the Clinton campaign that showed irrefutable evidence of collusion with the DNC to stymy the chances of democratic opponent Bernie Sanders. Then, as if to subtly remind the world of Clinton’s madness, the purported leaker of the emails was found murdered shortly after.
Clinton’s desperation reached its peak, however, during the debates between she and the eventual President Donald Trump. It was then that Clinton began to insinuate something rather bizarre: That Donald Trump was a possible double agent sent from the Kremlin to win the election.
Of course, this was not what she said at first. Her preliminary gripe was about Trump’s willingness to work with the Russians should he be elected. (Because, screw diplomacy, right?).
As soon as Hillary would find herself slipping a little more in the polls, the doomed democrat would simply expound on this absurd idea, sending her army of liberal minions to Twitter to perpetuate the lie. Before anyone had time to react, we were suddenly inaugurating a purported KGB agent as President of the United States – at least according to the democrats.
This inexcusably spawned the appointment of Robert Mueller as Special Counsel to investigate the Trump campaign’s supposed ties to the Russian government.
Given the absence of evidence available to corroborate their claims, the investigation soon went wildly off the rails and began delving into personal bank records of Trump and his campaign team in order to find anything to tally in the “win” column. One weak plea deal later, there is still absolutely nothing to show for these months of effort, that were themselves rife with conflicts of interest.
Now, one of the men involved has had enough.
“Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his legal team are suing Special Counsel Robert Mueller and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, alleging the Russia probe has gone beyond the scope of the special counsel regulations, according to an 18-page civil complaint filed with the district court in Washington.
“‘The investigation of Mr. Manafort is completely unmoored from the special counsel’s original jurisdiction to investigate ‘any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump.”‘
“In October, Manafort and his business partner Rick Gates pleaded not guilty to a 12-count indictment that included allegations of money laundering and making false statements in connection with their work in Ukraine.
“The complaint continued, ‘Those alleged dealings had no connection whatsoever to the 2016 presidential election or even to Donald Trump.’ Manafort’s legal team is asking the court ‘to hold those actions unlawful and set them aside.'”
Could this finally be the straw that breaks the Counsel’s back?
President Trump would surely raise eyebrows by terminating or replacing Mueller, but that would simply be due to the liberal media monopoly’s ability to distort national perception. The history books will likely forgive Trump for such an action, especially given the inordinate amount of time that he has already allowed this farce to continue.