Robert Mueller just took his crusade against the President to the next level.
The special counsel made his most aggressive move yet in his bid to remove Donald Trump from office.
But he badly miscalculated and may have just sealed his own fate.
Mueller’s initial mandate was to investigate Russian election meddling and any related crimes.
He has taken a broad view of that directive.
The collusion investigation has come up empty – the indictment he released on Friday was nothing more than political theater since none of the 13 Russians will ever face charges and Mueller also admitted there was no evidence that any American knowingly participated in the wrongdoing.
Mueller released the indictment so the media could breathlessly report on it and pump energy into a flailing investigation.
Since Mueller has not found any crimes related to his mandate – the four indictments against Rick Gates, Paul Manafort, George Papadopolous, and Michael Flynn do not involve any collusion or election related activities – Mueller has zeroed in on Trump’s family and their business dealings.
The special counsel is now sticking his nose into two business meetings son-in-law Jared Kushner held with foreigners – neither of whom were Russian.
Neither meeting amounted to anything.
But Mueller needs a scalp and he knows Trump’s family and their business dealings is where the President draws the line.
“One line of questioning from Mueller’s team involves discussions Kushner had with Chinese investors during the transition, according to the sources familiar with the inquiry.
A week after Trump’s election, Kushner met with the chairman and other executives of Anbang Insurance, the Chinese conglomerate that also owns the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York, according to The New York Times.
At the time, Kushner and Anbang’s chairman, Wu Xiaohui, were close to finishing a deal for the Chinese insurer to invest in the flagship Kushner Companies property, 666 Fifth Avenue. Talks between the two companies collapsed in March, according to the Times.
Mueller’s team has also asked about Kushner’s dealings with a Qatari investor regarding the same property, according to one of the sources. Kushner and his company were negotiating for financing from a prominent Qatari investor, former prime minister Hamad bin Jassim Al Thani, according to The Intercept. But as with Anbang, these efforts stalled.”
Trump has said digging into his business dealings is a red line.
Now Mueller is investigating family business meetings that have nothing to do with the election.
It shows Mueller is a desperate hack who has no interest in truth or justice.
He is an anti-Trump zealot.
And he needs to be shut down immediately.
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