Mueller Witch Hunt Expands to Probe All Executive Branch Republicans in History
In a move that should surprise no one, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian election meddling has expanded to now include Executive branch Republicans’ actions from more than a decade ago. This is what happens when a partisan hitman like Mueller is given “open ended” authority to look into something.
While the witch hunt has publicly been called a probe into “Russian collusion,” it has become far more than that.
The Daily Beast reports that Mueller is scrutinizing the actions of a former aide to Vice President Dick Cheney.
Why stop there? Surely there are some Reagan staffers still walking around as free men!
Mueller is obviously flailing since his case fell apart months ago.
The Special Counsel’s star witness, Muslim businessman and shadowy globetrotter George Nader, fled the country after it was revealed that he had been sentenced to a year in jail in the Czech Republic for child molestation.
Nader had set up a brief handshake meeting between Blackwater founder Erik Prince and a Russian banker on the island of Seychelles in 2016. Erik Prince is the younger brother of Trump’s Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. There you have it: Russian collusion, according to Robert Mueller’s star pedophile witness!
If this all sounds like a steaming pile of horse manure or the plot of the dumbest Hollywood spy caper ever, well, that’s what Robert Mueller specializes in. (See also: Mueller’s framing of Republican Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska, a spectacular case in which two of Mueller’s prosecutors nearly lost their jobs for lying to the court.)
Now John Hannah, a former aide to Dick Cheney, has somehow been roped into Mueller’s ever-expanding fishing expedition. Since he was appointed as Special Counsel with no actual crime to investigate, Mueller’s got to come up with something to appease his Deep State friends!
As many prominent legal scholars have pointed out, “Russian collusion” is not an actual crime. Even if Mueller were to be able to prove that Trump and Putin were on the phone every single day in 2016, “colluding” on how to defeat Hillary Clinton, there is no law in the federal register to prohibit that.
Foreigners try to sway the vote in America all the time and it’s never called a crime. Former Venezuelan model Alicia Michado campaigned for Hillary Clinton, claiming that Trump had called her ‘fat’ during a beauty pageant years ago.
Why isn’t Hillary being prosecuted for colluding with Venezuelans?
Nigel Farage, the leader of the Brexit movement in Britain, campaigned for Trump – yet there are no accusations of British collusion. None of the talking heads in the mainstream media see the irony in this.
In case everyone has forgotten, there is also an incredible double standard on recusals in play here.
Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from all matters related to the Russian collusion investigation. Democrats are furiously demanding that Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker now recuse himself, because he called for limiting the Special Counsel’s investigation more than a year ago.
There have been no calls for Mueller’s team, which is entirely made up of Democrat Party donors and Clinton campaign operatives, to be recused.
So, Mueller has free rein to go after everyone in the Trump administration and he has granted himself the power to go after Dick Cheney’s aides… again, why not throw in some Reagan administration figures for good measure?
Oh, wait! Oliver North, the central figure of the Iran-Contra affair in the 1980s, is now the head of the NRA – where Mueller has smoked out “Russian spy” Maria Butina.
Sadly, Mueller’s prosecutors have already botched that case and are now “negotiating” to try to get the young Butina to plead guilty to something – anything!
Much to their embarrassment, Mueller’s prosecutors were forced to admit in open court that the story they had leaked to the media was total BS.
They claimed that Butina had tried to trade sex for access to the higher-ups in America’s preeminent gun rights organization. Their “proof” of this was a text message in which the young woman joked to a friend in Russia that she owed him for repairing her car. Oops. Apparently, that friend in Russia is not the head of the NRA.
If someone doesn’t pull the plug on Mueller soon, everyone who voted for Trump may be accused of colluding with Russia before it’s all over. Say, are any Nixon staffers still alive?