Mueller to Wrap Up the Russian Ruse Soon

Mueller to Wrap Up the Russian Ruse Soon

Robert Mueller is an embarrassment to all but the great unwashed.

His “investigation” is a sham, and the most ardent Leftists know this. 

Mueller has continued his ruse, in hopes of a Democrat victory in the House in November. If that were to happen (and it won’t), these investigations would suddenly go away. The DC swamp creatures would re-emerge, and begin the rebuilding process.

No House victory, and DC implodes. Which is why the Left work so hard to continue the Russian ruse. As I’ve said on my radio show and elsewhere, when Mueller stops hunting Trump, he must turn on his masters: the Democrats.

But this ruse will end without testimony from the president. I personally would have like to see Trump take down Mueller for good. Many on the Right warned against Trump testifying to Mueller, but they don’t understand Trump.

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If he can beat the Obama machine, the Clinton campaign, and the Democrat machine, Mueller is a marshmallow in comparison. And like the media, the DC swamp, and things yet to come, Trump would have destroyed Mueller.

For now, we will just have to enjoy that Mueller destroyed himself.

After the FBI this week raided the home and office of President Trump’s personal lawyer, Trump decided to let Mueller live. According to NBC News.

On Monday Trump’s lawyers were discussing a possible interview with Mueller’s team and had begun to hash out the final sticking points, including the timing, scope and length, according to people familiar with the discussions. One person familiar with the strategy said the president’s lawyers had sought over the weekend to expand his legal team to include individuals who would prepare him for an interview. Another person familiar with the matter, however, said preparations had not yet gone that far.

But the prospects for a presidential interview drastically dimmed once the FBI raided the home, office and hotel room of Trump’s long-time personal lawyer, Michael Cohen on Monday, these people said. The president criticized the raid as out of bounds in Mueller’s investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion with Trump aides.

President Trump called the raid a “disgrace” and an attack on the United States.

“So I just heard they broke into the office of one of my personal attorneys. It’s a disgraceful situation. It’s a total witch hunt. I’ve been saying it for a long time. I’ve wanted to keep it down. I’ve given over a million pages in documents to the special counsel. They continue to just go forward,” Trump said. “It’s an attack on on our country … what we all stand for.”

The obvious intent of the raid was clear: to smear Trump. Not President Trump, but Donald Trump.

The ties to Russia or anything to do with the campaign are so loose, that even Stevie Wonder sees the violations. Yet, the ACLU backed the raid recently.

Even Alan Dershowitz complained:

When I said that, I couldn’t possibly imagine that the ACLU would actually go out of its way to justify and defend the raid, even before all the facts were known. But that is exactly what it has done. David Cole, who identifies himself as the ACLU legal director, said the organization relies on the good faith of the Justice Department, the FBI and the judge who issued the warrant to assure all Americans that this raid on a lawyer’s office is a “sign that the rule of law is alive.”

As if Democrats give a crap about the rule of law?

Check out how the “evidence” gets handled that’s not related to the case:

The ACLU acknowledges that material covered by the lawyer-client privilege will be shown to a “privilege team,” sometimes called a “firewall” or “taint team.” This team consists of FBI agents and government lawyers who will get to read communications between lawyers and clients that are privileged and not subject to any exceptions. They will then turn over to prosecutors only those communications that are not privileged, but these government agents will have read communications that are privileged. It is enough for the ACLU that these privileged communications will not be used in a criminal case against the client. But the ACLU does not discuss the violations of the Fourth and Sixth Amendments that occur as soon as government agents read communications that were supposed to be protected by those constitutional amendments.

So FBI agents (yeah, right!) get to review attorney-client-privilege documents to determine what’s applicable. Sure.

And we certainly won’t expect any leaks of these materials to the press, would we McCabe?

What a sham.

Daily the Left vindicate President Trump. Look at how far gone this country is, and how important the election of Trump was.

 

 

 

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