Robert Mueller

“Resistance” Rat Booted From Mueller Team After Bias Exposed

From the very moment that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation began, Americans seemed to sense that something was off.

Certainly, the fact that the investigation even got off the ground in the first place was mesmerizing.  The looney notion of the democrats was that Donald Trump, the republican candidate for President, was actually a Russian spy, or on the Kremlin’s payroll.  Furthermore, the left believes to this day that this relationship between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin was how Hillary Clinton was defeated in 2016.

All of that nonsense is why we are where we are today, with Robert Mueller settling for a weak plea deal with Michael Flynn that will likely have the former Trump adviser seeing no jail time.  To keep an investigation of this magnitude running, especially with such nominal and useless information available, is an incredible task for highly dedicated people.

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Unfortunately, what Mueller got instead was an avowed Trump-hating member of the liberal “resistance” who wasn’t even outed until text messages between he and an FBI agent were examined.

“House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes has issued an angry demand to the FBI and Department of Justice to explain why they kept the committee in the dark over the reason Special Counsel Robert Mueller kicked a key supervising FBI agent off the Trump-Russia investigation.

“Stories in both the Washington Post and New York Times on Saturday reported that Peter Strzok, who played a key role in the original FBI investigation into the Trump-Russia matter, and then a key role in Mueller’s investigation, and who earlier had played an equally critical role in the FBI’s Hillary Clinton email investigation, was reassigned out of the Mueller office because of anti-Trump texts he exchanged with a top FBI lawyer, Lisa Page, with whom Strzok was having an extramarital affair. Strzok was transferred to the FBI’s human resources office — an obvious demotion — in July.

 “The Post reported that Strzok and Page exchanged text messages that ‘expressed anti-Trump sentiments and other comments that appeared to favor Clinton.'”

This is simply the latest question of many to be raised about the true intention and ability of the Robert Mueller-led investigation in these incredibly bizarre claims, especially given their impetus within the dark and despondent corners of the recently defeated democratic party.

 

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