Mueller office

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The Office of the Special Counsel of Robert Mueller consists of 13 angry Democrats[1] and Clinton cronies appointed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.[2] The office was created after the highly questionable and conflict ridden mandate of Acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein[3] to examine the Russia collusion conspiracy theory, allegedly to look into foreign interference in the 2016 presidential election.[4]

The conspiracy hoax was manufactured by the Obama Department of Justice, Hillary for America campaign, the Democratic National Committee, the Comey/McCabe led FBI, and a network of provocateurs and informants from the UK and elsewhere reporting to John Brennan.[5][6] Some Europeans accustomed to the protection of the United States, did not like Donald Trump's campaign rhetoric about requiring NATO allies to pay their fair share of defense costs and found willing partners in the corrupt Democratic and Clinton machines for an intelligence coup to interfere with American democracy in the name of "national security."

Since its founding, three investigators have been fired for bias and two prosecutors quit to salvage their reputations and credibility.[7]

Birth of a false narrative

In the Spring of 2016 John Brennan developed a false narrative:

CIA Dir. John Brennan received information from British GCHQ intelligence as part of an allegedly "routine" intelligence sharing agreement about Trump associates' business dealings in Russia.[8] The information is said to have originated with Estonian intelligence. Estonia, a country of 1.3 million inhabitants, requested a multi-billion dollar missile defence system which they can't pay for, [9][10] while Trump adviser Newt Gingrich referred to the country as a 'suburb of St. Petersberg' with 5.3 million residents. Gingrich, rumoured to be on the short list for Secretary of State, said he doubts American leaders would risk nuclear war over Putin's actions in the region.
Allegedly, the information that triggered Brennan to act was a tape recorded conversation that mentioned money from the Kremlin to the Trump Campaign.[11]
In actuality, John Brennan received nothing from the Five Eyes network.[12] Nonetheless, Brennan gave the fruits of his 'off the books' intrigues with private actors[13] to DNI James Clapper and FBI Dir. Jimmy Comey. A Joint FBI/CIA Counter-Intelligence Task Force was formed with Peter Strzok as the FBI-CIA liaison.

The FBI began a counterintelligence investigation into Paul Manafort's Ukrainian associations. This investigation led to FISA surveillance of at least three Trump associates, Paul Manafort, Carter Page, and Roger Stone.[14]

By late 2018, MI6 was scrambling to avoid exposure of UK intelligence efforts, in collusion with John Brennan and James Comey, to meddle in American democracy.

Mueller theory

To hide the activities of the Clinton campaign, Obama FBI, DOJ and British intelligence services who colluded together to meddle in U.S. elections, Mueller put forth the theory that Russian intelligence services hacked DNC servers and gave John Podesta's emails to WikiLeaks, rather than Seth Rich as an inside whistleblower. Mueller alleged Roger Stone and Dr. Jerome Corsi had advance knowledge of Podesta emails being made public. A false narrative that WikiLeaks was a Russian front was created.

Stone said that any knowledge he had about WikiLeaks in possession of DNC emails came from a leftist radio talk show host who got the information from a lawyer for WikiLeaks. Even after Stone put forward conclusive evidence supporting the facts, Mueller continued to pressure Dr. Corsi with threats to destroy him and his family financially, and lock the 72 year old in poor health up for ten years unless he testified that Corsi, Stone, and Trump were in cahoots with Putin.

Illegal leaking

Throughout the Mueller investigation, the team developed a "leak strategy," in violation of federal law, to manipulate and influence public opinion.[15]

Other false narratives

After securing highly questionable convictions on other totally unrelated charges against Michael Flynn, Paul Manafort, and George Papadopoulos, none of the victims "flipped" as fake news alleged they would in exchange for a plea deal on cooked up charges.

None of Mueller's victims had any information to give impugning Trump in any crime or alleged Russian collusion.


The coven of witchhunters consists of Aaron Zelinsky, Robert Mueller, Zainab Ahmad, Andrew Weissmann, Aaron Zebley, Jeannie Rhee, Rush Atkinson, Ryan Dickey, Michael Dreeben, Greg Andres, Andrew Goldstein, Kyle Freeny, Brandon Van Grack, Elizabeth Prelogar, James Quarles, Adam Jed and media leak strategist Peter Carr.

In mid 2017 Lisa Page, Peter Strzok, Kevin Clinesmith and one other unknown person were fired from the team for extreme bias.

See also


  1. President Donald Trump blasts '13 Angry Democrats,' Robert Mueller probe, JOHN BACON | USA TODAY, May 27, 2018
  2. Mark Penn said "Why are there people from the Clinton Foundation on the Mueller Staff? Why is there an Independent Counsel? To go after people and their families for unrelated offenses...Constitution was set up to prevent this...Stormtrooper tactics almost."
  4. The double standards of the Mueller investigation, Victor Davis Hanson, Tribune Content Agency, April 30, 2018
  14. NYT, 1/19/17

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