Robert Mueller has been on a witch hunt to find evidence of ties between Russia and Trump, to prove the liberal narrative is true since he was appointed as special counsel.
Yet Mueller’s corruption is surfacing and conflicts of interest are starting to become apparent as the investigation continues, as Judge Jeanine just pointed out on Fox News. She said, “Bob Mueller is like this with Jim Comey. They have spent a lot of years together. […] Mueller’s whole staff is Trump haters.”
— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 20, 2017
Robert Mueller was appointed in May by the Department of Justice to oversee the investigation into whether there was evidence of Trump colluding with Russia to win the election. He was hired in the wake of President Trump firing FBI director James Comey for his handling of the investigation of Hillary Clinton and her private server.
At the time, President Trump was critical of Democrats’ need for an investigation into false accusations, but remained unconcerned, saying, “As I have stated many times, a thorough investigation will confirm what we already know – there was no collusion between my campaign and any foreign entity. I look forward to this matter concluding quickly.” (via New York Times)
Since his appointment, Mueller has proven to have very biased opinions about Trump’s perceived guilt.
Several of the members on his team have proven to be loyal Democrats, having donated to Democratic politicians’ campaigns, and a few even working for Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Mueller is also a good friend of James Comey, calling into question his natural bias against Trump. Altogether, the team is likely to be predisposed to supporting Democrats and seeking evidence of wrong doing where there is none.
As of late, no evidence has been forthcoming, and it seems Mueller feels compelled to resort to extreme measures to find something that could be useful to the liberal narrative. He has decided to start investigating Trump’s financial history and previous business dealings to see if there is anything that could be considered evidence of Russian ties and potential for collusion.
Trump has been very critical of this step in the investigation, saying it’s a “violation” and would be crossing a line.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House spokeswoman, has made it clear that “at this time” Trump has no intention of firing Mueller but suggested it’s still on the table if Mueller continues to work beyond his limits. Sanders also reemphasized Trump’s statement that Mueller’s investigation “should stay in the confines of meddling, Russia meddling, and the election and nothing beyond that.” (via Washington Post
Democrats disagree, believing Mueller should investigate anything that could potentially show evidence of their theories. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) of the House Intelligence Committee echoes this belief, tweeting, “Mueller has the authority to investigate any ties Trump family has to Russia, including financial, and anything that arises. That is his duty.” (via Adam Schiff Twitter)
Mueller and his team have conflicts of interest. Should Trump fire him?
Though Trump doesn’t seem prepared to fire Mueller just yet, his legal team has been evaluating Mueller and his team for conflicts of interest. Attorney Jay Sekulow, member of the legal team, said that they “will consistently evaluate the issue of conflicts and raise them in the appropriate venue.” (via Washington Post)
The entire investigation is based on the ridiculous fabrications of liberals who are bitter over Trump winning the election. Collusion between Russia and Trump is something that only liberal media and Democrats seem to believe in or even care about, as evidenced by a recent poll among voters.
It’s time to call off the witch hunt and refocus taxpayer funding and efforts on things that matter instead of trying to comfort liberals upset over a lost election.