Robert Mueller

Could A Plea Deal Be Coming in Special Counsel’s Russian Witch Hunt?

Despite a pervasive aura of damaging leaks plaguing Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible Russian ties to the 2016 election, much of the investigation has remained hush hush.

Special Counsel Mueller has been at the helm of the faulty and bizarre investigation for months now, having finally succumbed to liberal pressure to probe the Hillary Clinton-created conspiracy theory that Donald Trump somehow had help from the Kremlin in winning the presidency.  This assertion, coming from the diva of the democratic party, has spawned a number of incredibly disingenuous statements from all corners of the leftist sphere.  Even Donna Brazile, a Clinton coconspirator from the election absurdly believed that the election results should be branded with an asterisk due to the claims.

Today, new developments in the case have once again raised the specter of huge moves on the horizon, without any real information becoming available.

“The lawyer for President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn met Monday morning with members of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team, the latest indication that both sides are discussing a possible plea deal, ABC News has learned.

 “Trump’s legal team confirmed late last week that Flynn’s attorney Robert Kelner alerted them that he could no longer engage in privileged discussions about defense strategy in the case, a sign Flynn is preparing to negotiate with prosecutors over a deal that could include Flynn’s testimony against the president or senior White House officials.
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“That process would typically include a series of off-the-record discussions in which prosecutors lay out in detail for Flynn and his lawyers the fruits of their investigation into his activities. Prosecutors would also provide Flynn an opportunity to offer what’s called a proffer, detailing what information, if any, he has that could implicate others in wrongdoing.”

Mueller’s probe has been far more wide-ranging than believed to be necessary, indicating to many that the probe was less focused than originally intended, with Mueller stopping at nothing to implicate members of the Trump team in something the democrats can hang their hats on.

The possibility of Michael Flynn plea deal are still merely rumors at this stage, and with no end in sight for the investigation, very little can be ascertained about what is truly occurring behind the scenes.  It could take months, if not longer, for a resolution to be reached in the case, with almost certain democratic recoil to occur following the final report.

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