What’s wrong with Robert Mueller?
America watched an old man appear feeble, uncertain, and at times clearly confused by the contents of the report that bears his name. Whispers now suggest it was more than mere incompetence than had Mr. Mueller appearing so weak, though.
Bob Mueller is afraid.
Via Red State:
…The Wall Street Journal’s Kimberley Strassel wrote an excellent editorial entitled “What Mueller Was Trying to Hide,” in which she argues that the investigation was about protecting the actual miscreants in the collusion hoax. Strassel wrote:
The most notable aspect of the Mueller report was always what it omitted: the origins of this mess…The Mueller report authors studiously wrote around the dossier, mentioning it only in perfunctory terms. The report ignored Mr. Steele’s paymaster, Fusion GPS, and its own ties to Russians. It also ignored Fusion’s paymaster, the Clinton campaign, and the ugly politics behind the dossier hit job. Mr. Mueller’s testimony this week put to rest any doubt that this sheltering was deliberate.
In his opening statement he declared that he would not “address questions about the opening of the FBI’s Russia investigation, which occurred months before my appointment, or matters related to the so-called Steele Dossier.” The purpose of those omissions was obvious, as those two areas go to the heart of why the nation has been forced to endure years of collusion fantasy.
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) questioned Mueller about why his report failed to address these issues. His exchange with the former special counsel was one of the highlights of the hearing during which he answered all of Gaetz’ with some variation of “not my purview.”
…Gaetz managed to shine the light on the most fundamental truth of all. A non-verified, bogus document, paid for by the DNC and the Clinton campaign, with funds funneled through the (DNC allied) Perkins Coie law firm, whose principal hired Fusion GPS, was used to produce a hit piece on candidate Donald Trump. That hit piece was used to try to reverse the results of a lawful election. And that an investigation which fails to address the dossier cannot be considered credible.
Here is the full, five-minute exchange.
The other glaring omission from the report were the actions taken by FBI and DOJ officials. Mueller, predictably, refused to answer questions on this topic as well. Strassel writes:
Then again, how could he? The Mueller team, rather than question the FBI’s actions, went out of its way to build on them. That’s how we ended up with tortured plea agreements for process crimes from figures like former Trump aide George Papadopoulos and former national security adviser Michael Flynn. They were peripheral figures in an overhyped drama, who nonetheless had to be scalped to legitimize the early actions of Mr. Comey & Co. Mr. Mueller inherited the taint, and his own efforts were further tarnished. That accounts for Mr. Mueller’s stonewalling.
Private citizens were attacked and charged with procedural crimes centered around a fake investigation of fake crimes that were created by Democrats and Deep State operatives at the highest levels to justify said fake investigation intended to harm then-candidate Trump, and then later, President Trump.
Mueller doesn’t want to discuss that fact. Democrats refuse to discuss those facts. And the far-left media, some of whom are directly implicated in the hoax, sure won’t discuss those facts.
Let us all hope that in 2020 voters don’t forget what has been done here and rightfully vote Democrats out of power en masse. They deserve nothing less while some of them deserve much more punishment for the parts they played in this shockingly corrupt hoax foisted upon the American people.
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