Robert Mueller made up all the Russian collusion as his grand inquisition went along. As Merrick Garland and Christopher Wray take well deserved heat this week for weaponizing the system against a political opponent, and other indecent insults to Lady Liberty, a fresh report has surfaced. It reminds everyone that the system has been corrupt for a long time now. Not only is the Just Us Department “weaponized,” they’re laser targeted on Donald Trump.
Mueller credibility shattered
A 2019 memo was just released to the public and The New York Post is calling it “a final blow to the credibility of RussiaGate special counsel Robert Mueller.” The report “shows he was blowing smoke in pretending that, even though the whole Russia-collusion case was utterly baseless, then-President Donald Trump could still be prosecuted for obstruction of justice.”
Simply standing up to their lies was a charge all in itself. That’s the part they have been hiding under magic marker until now.
Of course, CNN and all the network media outlets are scrambling fast to NOT cover the story. The memo exploding out from “the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel” was met with “dead silence” in the media.
Justice Department releases memo justifying no obstruction of justice charges in Trump Russia investigation https://t.co/QDzRmeyJ7o
— The Daily Democrat (@woodlandnews) August 24, 2022
The last thing they want to tell their audience is that the Just Us Department “found no evidence of collusion between Trump and Russia.” Just because they didn’t have any evidence of a crime didn’t mean they couldn’t try to convict Trump anyway, Mueller suggested.
By the time Mueller finally got around to testifying about his findings, he had no clue what was in his own report. “It was evident he’d simply served as a figurehead for the partisan Democrats who actually did the investigation.”
At least he admitted that the witch hunt came up empty. They found “zero serious evidence of Trump-Russia collusion.” That result was inevitable because it was all made up by Christopher Steele as part of Michael Sussmann’s engineered operation.
What he didn’t say
When he went in front of the cameras he had one of those “wink, wink, nudge, nudge” kind of hints for congress. Just because he couldn’t prove Trump committed a crime, it didn’t mean he could prove Trump DIDN’T commit one.
That’s entirely different. Just because it’s impossible to prove a negative doesn’t mean that Democrats in congress couldn’t use it against Trump anyway. What Mueller actually said was if his office “had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said that.”
This new 2019 memo confirms that the grand inquisition “didn’t have evidence to support obstruction charges.” They tried to nail Trump anyway.
The bureau was not happy to be told that “certain of the conduct examined by the Special Counsel could not, as a matter of law, support an obstruction charge.” What that “certain” conduct was turned out to be Mueller “trying to treat completely legal Trump actions as obstruction.”
William Barr was Attorney General at the time. When he came out in public and officially confirmed what was in this recently declassified memo, he was hammered by the media as “covering for Orange Man.” Mueller tried to set Barr up, too. The AG specifically asked for a redacted copy so it could be released immediately.
The inquisition team delivered a version of the report “in such a way that he couldn’t immediately release it to the public; he had to have his staff take days to redact various confidential information. And that delay, too, fed the ‘Barr coverup‘ hysteria.” The DOJ and FBI are still trying to frame Trump as a Russian spy.