Robert Mueller’s witch hunt against the President has a fatal weakness.
It’s one no one could have predicted.
And one Judge just revealed the secret that could bring down Mueller and his investigation for good.
Former FBI Director James Comey’s media tour is backfiring.
His conduct is sharing the spotlight with Trump.
And a close examination of Comey’s actions and statements are proving fatal to the silent coup to remove Trump from office.
On Fox News, Judge Andrew Napolitano speculated that Comey’s book tour could be the end of the Mueller investigation.
Napolitano reasoned that Comey could give an interview where his statements don’t line up with what he previous told Mueller.
That could prove fatal to the special counsel if his star witness is constantly changing his story.
The Daily Caller reports:
“Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano said former FBI Director James Comey may end up damaging special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, by continuing his publicity tour while he’s still a witness for the grand jury.
“I’m actually surprised that Jim Comey is doing this now while he is still a witness before the grand jury that Bob Mueller summoned and therefore still under the control of Bob Mueller,” Napolitano said on “Fox & Friends” Tuesday. “He could very well say something in one of the many dozens of interviews and book signings he’s about to have, which will contradict something he told Mueller. Or contradict something he told to the grand jury.”
“We don’t know if he’s testified already but we do know that he’s had many, many debriefings by Bob Mueller and Bob Mueller’s team, which consists of federal prosecutors and former FBI agents who used to work for him,” Napolitano continued. “If anyone of us had been a witness for Bob Mueller, we would have an agreement with Mueller not to discuss the testimony in public, for fear of some contradiction coming back to bite.”
Napolitano said Comey is likely motivated by money and a desire to hurt President Donald Trump, but should still be cautious about how he handles himself in public going forward.
“You are not subject to a federal prosecutor … I know you want to sell the book but the more you talk the more you’re going to hurt our case. That’s the conversation I expected Bob Mueller and Jim Comey had,” he concluded. “I don’t know if they had it. I don’t know if they had it. It’s an unusual situation that he’s in.”
Mueller’s investigation is on its last legs.
The special counsel’s obstruction of justice case is collapsing and he has not produced any evidence of Russian collusion.
Comey slipping up and contradicting himself would be the final nail in Mueller’s coffin.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.