Did Robert Mueller have a reason to go after President Donald Trump or do whatever possible to smear or ruin his presidency?
Mueller was FBI Director under Barack Obama and has been implicated in covering up an FBI investigation into the illegalities of the Uranium One Deal, where Obama sold 20% of America’s uranium supply to Russia, a known enemy.
Recent reports indicate that Mueller wanted his old job back as FBI Director but Trump didn’t grant his wish.
So, did Mueller have an agenda to destroy Trump when taking the Special Counsel job?
Every attorney Mueller hired to help with the investigation was a Democrat with half of them donating to the campaigns of Democrats including Hillary Clinton.
Former Trump attorney John Dowd says that evidence is coming that shows that Mueller mislead the public and that his report is a fraud.
Washington Examiner – John Dowd: More evidence coming that shows Mueller report ‘is a fraud’ – Former Trump lawyer John Dowd predicted multiple instances of special counsel Robert Mueller misleading the public in his report will be revealed.
During an interview on Fox News, Dowd said he was glad a federal judge released the transcript of a voicemail he left for retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn’s lawyer Rob Kelner shortly after he agreed to cooperate with Mueller.
“We now know the truth,” he told host Sean Hannity.
Mueller referenced parts of the Nov. 22, 2017, voicemail in his final report about how Dowd asked for a “heads up” if Flynn knew information that “implicates” Trump after Flynn dropped from a joint defense agreement with the president…
Everything about the Mueller investigation was a fraud and illegal.
The dossier was a fraud.
The use of the dossier by a fraud and illegal.
The entire Mueller probe was conducted unethically and went far beyond the original scope of the probe as initially established.
Everyone associated with the Mueller investigation should be exposed, charged, tried and imprisoned.
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