In the world of psychology, the concept of “projection” is a large part of judging the possible criminality of someone.
The concept is simple; a guilty party will often attempt to convince bystanders and eyewitnesses that another person committed the crime by casting doubt upon this innocent character. Often times, the guilty party’s intimate knowledge of the true events makes it much simpler for them to keep their story straight while projecting that guilt onto their chosen distraction.
Now, a year removed from Hillary Clinton’s wild insinuations regarding Donald Trump and the Russians, it seems that we’ve had a case of projection sitting right in front of our eyes this whole time.
During the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton realized that Donald Trump was pulling away with the contest and began hurling ludicrous accusations his way, most of which involved the Russian government colluding with the eventual President. As ridiculous as they sounded, the desperate democrats were willing to bank on it in order to prevent Trump from winning the election. As it turns out, however, Clinton was merely projecting her own crooked involvement with the Russians on her political opponent.
Now, as Special Counsel Robert Mueller continues his investigation into the Trump-Kremlin connection, his own role in the Clinton-Obama-Russia uranium deal has come to light via Wikileaks...and it’s a doozy.
“The classified cable released by WikiLeaks was authored by Hillary Clinton’s State Department on August 17th, 2009. In the cable it states –
“‘Over two years ago Russia requested a ten-gram sample of highly enriched uranium (HEU) seized in early 2006 in Georgia during a nuclear smuggling sting operation involving one Russian national and several Georgian accomplices. The seized HEU was transferred to U.S. custody and is being held at a secure DOE facility. In response to the Russian request, the Georgian Government authorized the United States to share a sample of the material with the Russians for forensic analysis.’
“The cable also states that, ‘Given Russia’s reluctance to act so far, FBI Mueller’s delivery of this sample will underscore to Russia our commitment to follow through on this case.’ It continues in stating, ‘Embassy Moscow is requested to alert at the highest appropriate level the Russian Federation that FBI Director Mueller plans to deliver the HEU sample once he arrives to Moscow on September 21.’
“Of all people, why would the Head of the FBI be selected to transfer uranium to Russia? It would seem that the US has a number of individuals who could perform this transfer and it would seem that FBI Director Mueller would have enough on his plate in the US. When Mueller couldn’t make the transfer in April the transfer was postponed to September so Mueller could be there.”
While many of us are still reeling from this latest revelation, we had best believe that the President and his staff are thoroughly examining this latest development and how it could affect Robert Mueller’s future in the already off-the-rails fishing expedition he’s on.