Robert Mueller is about to wrap up his investigation.
2019 will go down as a major year for the special counsel.
And he just found Trump’s greatest weakness.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller is wrapping up his work.
The investigator was supposed to be looking into Russian interference during the 2016 election, but his real target is President Trump.
Mueller is expected to finish his investigative work soon, but has one last ace up his sleeve.
At the 11th hour, Mueller found Trump’s greatest weakness.
The Washington Post reports, “New revelations about Paul Manafort’s interactions with a Russian associate while he was leading President Trump’s campaign provide a window into how extensively the special counsel has mapped interactions between Trump associates and Russians in his 20-month-long investigation.”
The Post’s liberal leanings are well known, but the news indicates that Mueller – who has been championed by the mainstream media – is looking to nail President Trump to the wall one last time.
Mueller’s team seems to be shifting their attention towards contacts made between members of Trump’s campaign and the Russian government.
And while zero evidence has emerged suggesting that the President directly contacted the Russians at any time, there is evidence indicating his campaign may have.
With unredacted documents in the Manafort case showing that Trump’s former campaign manager had shared polling data with the Russians, the newest angle of “Russian collusion” is beginning to take shape.
The Post reported, “Manafort shared polling data about the 2016 race with an associate who allegedly has ties to Russian intelligence — indicate that special counsel Robert S. Mueller III has also been scrutinizing interactions between Russians and Manafort while he led Trump’s presidential bid.”
Mueller’s team is arguing that 13 other individuals associated with the Trump campaign made contact with Russia during and after the election cycle as well.
And if that’s what the Special Counsel is concentrated on, then the scope of his investigation just grew exponentially.
Mueller may also be moving the goal posts.
Contacting is not the same as colluding, but it appears Mueller and the left are trying to sway public opinion into believing they’re one and the same.
It’s unclear exactly when Mueller will wrap up his work, and what findings he presents are among the biggest secrets in Washington.
But Mueller may have just found Trump’s greatest weakness by expanding the scope of his investigation.
Mueller’s work is likely to either nail the President or disappoint liberals, though only time will tell what the final outcome will be.
We will keep you up to date with any new developments in this ongoing story.