Robert Mueller Turns FBI into Where’s Democrat Waldo
Let’s face it; Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller no longer searches for Russian collusion with Trump or Trump staffers.
Instead, he’s now searching for Democrat Waldo.
What began as a ploy of the entire Democrat apparatus to destroy Donald Trump backfired, big time. Consider the humble beginning of this strategy to tie Donald Trump to the Russians:
It happened after Trump secured the Republican nomination. The Democrats never envisioned Trump achieving that. Initially, Democrats thought Trump offered them the easiest path to the White House. However, soon they realized they made a huge mistake. Trump posed a huge threat, and Hillary Clinton was ill-prepared for the onslaught.
The panic hit when Trump continued to maintain or rise in polling. The fake news polling was meant to derail Trump, yet it didn’t work.
Trump continued as quintessential Trump. He bashed the media, Clinton, and even the sitting worthless president.
So the strategy entered a new phase: relentless media attacks.
The Left launched DefCon1 on Donald Trump with full media assaults on his comments on illegal immigration, refugees, and of course women. Nothing worked as nothing stuck.
Then Trump threw the Democrats a political olive branch of sorts, as he commented about Hillary Clinton’s emails. The comment came mid-July 2016:
Donald Trump invited Russia to hack Hillary Clinton’s emails on Wednesday, asking one of America’s longstanding geopolitical adversaries to find “the 30,000 emails that are missing” from the personal server she used during her time as secretary of state.
“I will tell you this, Russia: If you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,” the Republican nominee said at a news conference in Florida. “I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press.”
Trump’s comments set off an immediate uproar from the Clinton campaign, which blasted the remarks as a threat to national security.
“This has to be the first time that a major presidential candidate has actively encouraged a foreign power to conduct espionage against his political opponent,” Hillary for America policy adviser Jake Sullivan said in a statement. “That’s not hyperbole, those are just the facts. This has gone from being a matter of curiosity, and a matter of politics, to being a national security issue.”
Hallelujah! The Democrats saw this as a window of opportunity to play “cover our asses”, and crush Trump simultaneously.
The new narrative was to tie Trump to the Russians.
Remember MSNBC’s Ed Schultz. He hated Trump. But he lost his job at MSNBC and landed at RT.
Check out how Politico depicted the change in Ed Schultz, as if Trump had something to do with it.
That was all before last July, when MSNBC abruptly canceled The Ed Show after a six-year run and dumped the 62-year-old prairie populist from the network. By the time Schultz resurfaced this January, he had been reincarnated in a very different journalistic form: as a prime-time host, reporter and political analyst for RT America, the U.S. branch of the global cable network formerly known as Russia Today, funded by the Russian government.
Gone is the praise for Obama and Clinton. Gone, too, are the mocking references to “Putie.” And gone are the judgments about others’ patriotism. Schultz’s 8 p.m. RT show, The News with Ed Schultz, now features Putin-friendly discussions about the failings of U.S. policy in the Middle East, America’s “bloated” defense budget and the futility of NATO strategy.
Even Trump is getting a new look from Schultz. Speaking at various points on RT in recent months, Schultz has said that Trump “has tapped into an anger among working people,” is “talking about things the people care about,” and even, as Schultz recently declared, that Trump “would easily be able to function” as president.
Those are strange words coming from an ex-MSNBC liberal better known for casting Trump as a racist lout. But RT is a strange place. It styles itself as an edgy CNN or BBC, delivering unvarnished news and commentary with a mostly hip, young cast. But just under the surface is a bought-and-paid-for propaganda vehicle trying to nudge viewers toward Russia’s side of the story at a time when Moscow has increasingly become an international pariah, estranged from the West over its military aggression in Ukraine, Syria and elsewhere, its elites sanctioned and its economy struggling with isolation, decaying infrastructure and collapsing energy prices.
So Trump’s “new look” by Schultz was born of Russian interference?
Meanwhile, during this time Peter Strzok met with his lover in FBI Director McCabe’s office, and then texted something to the effect of stopping Trump at all costs.
The Democrats tried to scatter the herd, as they accused Trump, his son-in-law, even his son. And of course they had their General Michael Flynn taxidermy head on their wall.
The stage was set. Trump couldn’t get away. And then he did.
Mueller now presides over an investigation of himself, his hand-picked team, the Clintons, current FBI leadership, Susan Rice, Huma Abedin, Barack Obama, and others to be named later.
Mueller won’t have to look for Waldo much longer. And when Waldo goes down, so will many of his friends.