Robert Mueller

Mueller Takes Nerd Fishing, Adding Cyber Crimes Expert to Joke Probe

Believe it or not, there are still several left leaning Americans out there waiting with bated breath for Robert Mueller to slap handcuffs on President Donald Trump.

Their belief is that Donald Trump’s secret double life as an agent of the Kremlin will soon be exposed by the intrepid and noble Mueller, appointed Special Counsel in charge of investigating a wild democratic conspiracy theory.  Of course, this mutation of the original “Russia hacked the election” trope is merely another annoyance employed by the left, that has already caused serious damage to the way our nation operates.

The half life of these bizarre claims seems to be much longer than originally expected, and Mueller has been instrumental in dragging the entire goose chase on for months.

And months.

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This lengthy death march has allowed the Special Counsel to branch out, far removed from the original scope of the investigation, allegedly rifling through personal finance records and more in an attempt to dangerously delegitimize the President of the United States.

Now, in an effort to push his probe even further into the eye sockets of the American people who widely disagree with the entire debacle, Mueller has added a cyber crimes investigator to the team.

“Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III has added a veteran cyber prosecutor to his team, filling what has long been a gap in expertise and potentially signaling a recent focus on computer crimes.

“Ryan K. Dickey was assigned to Mueller’s team in early November from the Justice Department’s computer crime and intellectual-property section, said a spokesman for the special counsel’s office. He joined 16 other lawyers who are highly respected by their peers but who have come under fire from Republicans wary of some of their political contributions to Democrats.

“Dickey’s addition is particularly notable because he is the first publicly known member of the team specializing solely in cyber issues. The others’ expertise is mainly in a variety of white-collar crimes, including fraud, money laundering and public corruption, though Mueller also has appellate specialists and one of the government’s foremost experts in criminal law.”

This additional layer of investigation, especially given the broad use of technology at such high levels of government, could help to drag this farcical probe into 2019 and beyond.

Perhaps, this is precisely what the left is looking for.  Should Mueller continue to dig, (and dig, and dig), until 2019, his biased investigatory “findings” will be released in time to taint Donald Trump’s reelection run.  This scenario would certainly be ideal for the democratic party, who have been swiftly imploding before our very eyes after the crashing and burning of Hillary Clinton in 2016.


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