From the get go, Americans were unsure of exactly how Robert Mueller planned to conduct his investigation into President Trump.
For starters, the idea that Donald Trump was some sort of Kremlin double agent was wholly absurd, and likely a product of some nonsensical rant that Hillary Clinton was attempting to use to delegitimize the businessman as a serious presidential candidate. There were no facts to back this up, and the entire debacle has been debunked several times over in the course of the last year. Still, Mueller persisted.
Then, after it became clear that Robert Mueller was going to be fishing for anything to hang his hat on, it was time to investigate the investigation itself.
Mueller, who erroneously claimed to have subpoenaed personal financial records from the Commander in Chief’s accounts at Deutsche Bank, demonstrated his own spray-and-pray tactics with this very move.
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Now, as Mueller continues to widen his search for any bit of incriminating data that he can, a number of his team members are being outed for their strong democratic connections and leftist leanings, with the latest allegations coming just hours ago.
“On Friday, The Wall Street Journal reported that Mueller investigator Andrew Weissmann, a former partner at WilmerHale, attended Hillary Clinton’s election night party last November at the Javits Center in New York City. Fox News reported earlier this week that Weissmann in January also praised outgoing acting Attorney General Sally Yates, after she was fired for refusing to defend President Trump’s travel ban.
“Meanwhile, at least two Mueller investigators’ past legal work for Clinton-tied figures is getting a second look as Republicans hunt for signs of bias.
“Aaron Zebley, another former partner at WilmerHale and a former chief of staff to Mueller when he served as FBI director, represented Justin Cooper, a key figure in the Hillary Clinton email controversy.
“Cooper is the longtime Bill Clinton aide responsible for helping set up the now-infamous private email server. Cooper later admitted to ‘two instances where he destroyed [Hillary] Clinton’s old mobile devices by breaking them in half or hitting them with a hammer.’”
This continual realization that Mueller’s team is nothing but character assassins trained to take down the President begs us the question: How much longer can this Special Counsel charade last?
Americans are wholly unenthused with the nonsensical nature of Mueller’s crawling probe, and these latest accusations of bias aren’t doing him any favors either. It seems likely that Mueller plans to continue earning a paycheck until the point in which something, anything falls in his lap with which to accuse the most powerful man in the world. Until then, the left seems to believe it is his right to do so.
Spoiler alert: It’s not, and there is a good chance that Mueller will be forced to step aside before he concocts too many more fairytales with his staff of Clinton cronies.