Robert Mueller is the Special Counsel tasked with investigating the allegations that President Trump colluded with Russia during the 2016 General Election. Despite the lack of evidence and serious questions about Mueller’s ethics–the investigation continues.
The government watchdog group Judicial Watch is responsible for examining a glaring issue with the way Mueller behaved as the former FBI Director. It turns out that the Special Counsel once collaborated with radical Islamic extremists to purge essential documents and records from the FBI. Judicial Watch obtained records back in 2013 showing how Mueller systematically scrubbed papers deemed “offensive” by the extremists.
In order to attain access to the documentation, the government watchdog group was forced to file a lawsuit. If they had not taken the issue to court, the documents would never have seen the light of day.
Mueller did everything in his power to please the radical Islamic groups by rolling back anti-terrorism training and associated curriculum within the FBI. The material was deemed to be offensive to Muslims, despite the material covering the acts of radical extremists–terrorists–within the Muslim community
The documents show that Mueller worked with a variety of organizations that have ties to terrorism. Two of the important groups listed include the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) and Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).
United States government officials indicated that CAIR was designated as co-conspirators in the 2007 Holy Land Foundation terrorist financing case. They are a known “front group” for extremists who have close ties to other radicals both at home and abroad.
CAIR was founded back in 1994 by three self-proclaimed extremists: Omar Ahmad, Nihad Awad, and Rafeeq Jaber. The three men ran an American propaganda machine associated with Hamas.
Mueller met with the organizations in February of 2012 where they had a chance to express their “concerns” to the 12-year-FBI Chief. The documents show that not long after the meeting, Mueller told the groups that the anti-terrorism material and classes were removed nationwide.
The purpose of this removal was far more sinister than eliminating offensive material that upset a few people. The goal of the information’s removal was to influence the minds of the US government, institutions, and the American public.
Special Counsel Mueller once purged documents that were deemed “offense” to extremist Muslims. Should Mueller be held accountable for his actions?
The records obtained by Judicial Watch expose rampant corruption spanning the Justice Department, State Department, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and even the Obama White House. Mueller’s reasons for removing the material were nonsensical at best. He even once said one informational piece: “[The] article is highly inflammatory and inaccurately argues the Muslim Brotherhood is a terrorist organization.”
Mueller previously stated that the Muslim Brotherhood supports terrorism both in the United States and overseas. In essence, something doesn’t add up here.
It is unsettling that Mueller is in charge of this investigation when he has proven in the past that he will bend to special interests at a moment’s notice, even if the interest group consists of radical extremists.