Robert Mueller’s anti-Trump Russia witch hunt has been a disgrace.
Despite the fact that he has come up with virtually nothing on Trump, his probe has been front and center in the media.
But with new information coming from the Justice Department, the entire Russia investigation could be coming to an end very quickly.
President Donald Trump’s Department of Justice has been putting out information proving the bias in Mueller’s Russia investigation.
After running the investigation for many months, and coming up with almost nothing on the President, it is clear the investigation is only continuing on for political reasons.
The Department of Justice has taken note of that and has done their part to prove it by releasing text messages between two top investigators that prove their bias against Trump.
In the released text messages, the President is referred to as a “loathsome human” and an “idiot.”
As reported by Politico:
“Amid a rising drumbeat of Republican criticism of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, members of Congress and former prosecutors say the Justice Department has amped up the pressure by quietly putting out information bolstering claims that the investigation is unfairly biased against President Donald Trump.
Through a series of small and sometimes subtle moves, DOJ’s actions appear to run counter to the goal of keeping Mueller’s probe free of political meddling.
“I think that it appears to me that DOJ leadership is doing what it can to please their boss, which is ultimately the president of the United States,” said Renato Mariotti, a former federal prosecutor. “They’re doing whatever they can to please him without violating the law.”
The latest example came earlier this week when Justice officials convened a small media briefing for a select group of reporters who were shown private text messages sent between two investigators who formerly served on Mueller’s team.
That briefing — held in the midst of an ongoing inspector general investigation, and reportedly offered to the press before members of the House panel had seen the messages — was described as ”very odd and unprofessional” by Samuel Buell, a former assistant U.S. attorney and Duke University law school professor.
“It shouldn’t surprise anyone that there are people in the political appointee realm at DOJ who are rooting for Mueller to fail,” said Buell. “That doesn’t mean they are going to be prepared to actually try to derail him. It all merits vigilance.””
While any Trump-supporting American is happy about this common sense move by the Justice Department, not everyone is.
As is stated in the article above, Renato Mariotti, a former federal prosecutor, feels the move to release information proving the bias in the investigation is just a way for the Justice Department to please their boss, President Trump.
What the article doesn’t mention about Mariotti is that he’s a fiercely anti-Trump liberal who is running for Attorney General in Illinois.
It’s not surprising the media left that part out.
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