What will leftists do now that the tables are turned?
“A very credible witness” accused Special Counsel Robert Mueller Tuesday of rape at the St. Regis Hotel in New York City in 2010.
Washington DC based attorney Jack Burkman, who is representing the accuser, tweeted Tuesday that he will be holding a formal press conference at noon on Thursday in Arlington, Virginia with the first woman to make an allegation against Mueller.
Some sad news. On Thursday, November 1, at the Rosslyn
Holiday Inn at noon, we will reveal the first of Special Counsel Robert
Mueller's sex assault victims. I applaud the courage and dignity and
grace and strength of my client. pic.twitter.com/wZVQeHD45r
— Jack Burkman (@Jack_Burkman) October 30, 2018
“I applaud the courage and dignity and grace and strength of my client,” wrote Burkman, who hosts a conservative radio and TV talk show on Newsmax.
Immediately, Mueller gets the benefit of the doubt!
The office of the special counsel asked the FBI to investigate whether women have been offered money to make claims of sexual harassment against Mueller.
According to the Gateway Pundit:
“The woman is a ‘very credible witness.’ Her story is corroborated. The incident happened in 2010 in New York City. The woman is a professional.”
Mueller maintains his accusers have been offered money by his opponents to make ‘false claims’ about him. Now, his team referred the “scheme” to the FBI.
The Atlantic reported:
An alleged scheme to pay off women to fabricate sexual assault allegations against Special Counsel Robert Mueller has been referred to the FBI for further investigation, according to a spokesman for the special counsel’s office, Peter Carr. “When we learned last week of allegations that women were offered money to make false claims about the Special Counsel, we immediately referred the matter to the FBI for investigation,” Carr said in a statement on Tuesday.
The special counsel’s attention to this scheme—which was brought to the office by a woman claiming she herself had been offered money to make up sexual harassment claims against Mueller—and its decision to release a rare statement about it to reporters indicates the seriousness with which the office is taking the purported scheme to discredit Mueller in the middle of an ongoing investigation.
Is it a frame job?
Supposedly, Mueller’s office received tips from journalists involving a scheme to frame him. We’re not saying it couldn’t happen. But we need to know why Mueller is immediately considered the victim of false accusations when Kavanaugh didn’t receive the same courtesy.
In Mueller’s case,
Journalists warned of “a woman alleging that she herself had been offered roughly $20,000 by a GOP activist named Jack Burkman “to make accusations of sexual misconduct and workplace harassment against Robert Mueller.” The woman told journalists that she had worked for Mueller as a paralegal at the Pillsbury, Madison, and Sutro law firm in 1974. The firm has not returned a request for comment about whether the woman actually worked there.”
Applying the Kavanaugh Method:
How funny will it be if we use the same methods liberals used while investigating Kavanaugh?
Using the Kavanaugh method, Mueller is, of course, guilty. Unless he has proof positive that he is not guilty, we can assume he’s a rapist. Such proof will include an exact alibi for each day of 1974. Additionally, we’ll need to know where he went, who he spoke to, and what he had for breakfast.
Copies of his school records, going back to kindergarten, must be scrutinized. Thus we can search for evidence that he wasn’t a pervert or deviate. Further, Mueller’s yearbooks must be scrubbed and his childhood friends interrogated — that’s the Democrat way.
Where is the outrage? And exactly where are the protests? Where are the women banging on the doors of the Supreme Court?
Obviously, “I believe her” depends solely on the party affiliation of the accused.