It’s game over for Robert Mueller’s desperate witch hunt against Donald Trump.
Now he’s the one that could be facing legal troubles.
A top Republican said three words that could put Robert Mueller behind bars.
The Democrats have insisted that the basis for the Russian collusion hoax was not the Steele dossier.
The Steele dossier was put together by disreputable British spy, Christopher Steele, and funded by the DNC and Hillary Clinton.
Steele was helped in building his report by the FBI who paid for Steele to meet with them in Washington so that they could hand him information.
The FBI, under Obama’s leadership, then took the Steele report, repackaged the information so it looked like there were multiple sources, and left out information Steele had noted about witnesses being unreliable.
The FBI misled the DOJ so that they could get warrants to spy on Trump’s campaign.
Robert Mueller helped with the cover-up of this crime.
His investigation spanned years and found nothing suggesting that Donald Trump had colluded with the Russians in any way.
One of the only criminal prosecutions to result from the Mueller report has just been overturned as there is mounting evidence that the FBI was trying to set up Michael Flynn to pin a crime.
Rep. Matt Gaetz thinks Mueller could lose his law license if he knew about the underhanded way the FBI conducted their interview with Flynn when he recommended his prosecution.
Sen. Lindsey Graham also thinks that Mueller is in trouble because the legal foundation for the Mueller investigation “does not exist.”
A less-redacted memo shows that then-Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein authorized Mueller first in August 2017 to investigate four members of Trump’s team on the basis of the Steele dossier and the Logan Act.
“The legal foundation to justify Mueller’s appointment, in my view, does not exist,” Graham said to Fox News. “That’s why this memo is so important.”
This memo was issued months after the dubious claims in the Steele dossier had already been completely proven false and the FBI knew it.
“There was no legitimate reason to believe any of these four were working with the Russians on Aug. 2, 2017. Therefore, the entire Mueller investigation was illegitimate to begin with. That’s very important,” Graham said.
None of the criminal convictions that came from Mueller’s investigation were because of Russian collusion.
The whole point of the Mueller investigation was to make Trump look guilty enough to justify the FBI’s underhanded interference in the 2016 election.
The FBI should not investigate political figures based off of unverified information that their rivals funded.
There needs to be accountability for the illegal behavior of targeting the Trump campaign so that this never happens again.