Robert Mueller viciously pursued removing Donald Trump from office.
The special counsel unleashed some of the dirtiest tricks any investigation has ever seen as part of this crusade.
But now you won’t believe Robert Mueller’s link to this child pornographer.
Lebanese businessman George Nader was one of Robert Mueller’s key witnesses.
Mueller and his pack of Democrat prosecutors made use of Nader’s testimony after Nader had helped arrange a meeting in Seychelles in January 2017.
Erik Prince – a former Navy SEAL, founder of Blackwater USA and brother of education Secretary Betsy Devos – supposedly attended the meeting with a representative of the Russian government.
Nader claimed Russian President Vladimir Putin wanted a backchannel to the American government and so he set up the meeting with Prince.
Prince testified to Congress that the meeting was not prearranged and that he was in Seychelles to meet United Arab Emirates government officials and the Russian representative just happened to be there.
Mueller has charged Roger Stone and Michael Cohen for lying to Congress so his office had no problem making that case.
But they did not charge Prince.
That’s because their key witness is an alleged child pornographer.
When FBI agents stopped Nader at Dulles Airport in Washington, D.C. in January 2018 to question him about his participation in the Seychelles meeting, the agents searched his iPhones.
They allegedly found 12 sexually explicit videos of boys who were as young as two years old.
Nader now faces up to 40 years in prison on these charges.
And this is not Nader’s first offense for child pornography.
In 1991, Nader was convicted of transporting child pornography.
Nader received a slap on the wrist sentence after prominent individuals pressured the judge by claiming he was helping to negotiate the release of hostages in Lebanon.
Mueller’s team used the Seychelles meeting to add an air of international intrigue to the narrative surrounding the Russia investigation.
A foreign businessman arranging a meeting with a family member of a top Trump official and the Russian government in an exotic sounding locating just smelled like evidence of “collusion.”
The press ran wild with this story and speculated that it could be the smoking gun that proved all the conspiracy theories were true.
That was not the case.
And Mueller used the testimony of a previously convicted child pornographer to smear the President of the United States as a traitor.
Mueller never mentioned Nader’s past history of trafficking child pornography in his report.
This was another example of Mueller’s selective edits to present the findings from his investigation in the worst possible light.
Mueller knew that if he presented the truth about Nader, the American people would have dismissed his testimony out of hand.
Erik Prince denied travelling to Seychelles to meet with a Russian government official.
And considering Mueller’s willingness to charge individuals with lying to Congress, the lack of charges against Prince speaks volumes about the testimony and evidence Mueller received from Nader.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.