New evidence emerges that shows how former special counsel Robert Mueller put his finger on the scale against President Trump.
The evidence comes from a voicemail transcript.
According to CNN,
Overall, the voice mail highlights a call that special counsel Robert Mueller investigated as potential obstruction of justice by the President. Dowd had made the call on November 22, 2017, after Flynn’s team said it could no longer communicate with the White House, just before Flynn pleaded guilty and agreed to cooperate in Mueller’s investigation.
In the voice mail transcript, most of which was previously documented in the Mueller report, Dowd said it “wouldn’t surprise me” if Flynn was about to make a deal, but if it “implicates the President, then we’ve got a national security issue, or … some issue … not only for the President, but for the country.” He then asked for a “heads up,” according to the transcript. Dowd also wanted to remind Flynn about “the President and his feelings towards Flynn.”
The call “could have had the potential to affect Flynn’s decision to cooperate, as well as the extent of that cooperation,” Mueller wrote in his report on potential obstruction of justice by the President during the investigation. “We do not have evidence establishing whether the President knew about or was involved in his counsel’s communications with Flynn’s counsel.” Mueller credited Flynn for turning over the voice mail to investigators so they could investigate possible obstruction of the probe, according to a previous court filing.
The problem for Mueller and Team Democrat is that the voicemail in no way indicated obstruction on behalf of the president, as this tidbit of the report suggests.
The article continues,
Dowd pushed back Friday on interpreting the call as possible obstruction in any way.
“This is clearly a baseless, political document designed to smear and damage the reputation of counsel and innocent people,” he said in a statement. He said Trump’s lawyers had given Flynn “documents, advice and encouragement … as part of his effort to cooperate” with Mueller’s team. The Mueller team never questioned Trump’s lawyers about “the allegations,” Dowd added.
Devin Nunes explains what shenanigans Mueller and Team Democrat tried to pull:
— Devin Nunes (@DevinNunes) June 1, 2019
Note the side-by-side comparison of the Dowd transcript text and the Mueller report text. Clearly, the Mueller report did not disclose the full Dowd message.
The Mueller Report redacted part of the voicemail.
Dowd said he wanted the heads up “not only for the president but for the country” and that he wasn’t asking for “any confidential information.” Critical omissions that would put this voicemail in proper context. So, which one of the dozens of pro-Hillary Clinton, anti-Trump “investigators” prepared this part of Mueller’s report?
What else will we discover about Mueller’s so-called investigation?
Well, the fact that his team deleted 19,000 emails between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page might interest most Americans.
I’m sure many of these emails were these two anti-Trump lovers texting sweet nothings to one another. However, based on Team Democrat makeup, I suggest a new set of investigators recheck. I’d be willing to bet that Strzok and Page talked about more than grandchildren and yoga classes.
Just wait, America. This story has yet to blow up in faces of the Left. But the fuse has been lit, and ground-zero is DC. Swamp rats scurry from the area.