Robert Mueller is searching for anything possible to take down President Trump.
Nobody is off limits in his anti-Trump crusade.
And Mueller is about to do the unthinkable to one of Trump’s kids.
Since the start of Mueller’s investigation, it’s been nothing more than a politically motivated witch hunt.
The investigation is only possible due to a Clinton-funded dossier created to attack a then-candidate Trump.
Now it’s being used to try and remove Trump from office.
A number of Trump allies are facing jail time for crimes completely unrelated to the original scope of Robert Mueller’s investigation.
The latest of Mueller’s targets is long-time Trump confidant Roger Stone.
Stone is facing seven charges, none of which have to do with Trump.
He is pleading not guilty and has pledged to never “bare false witness against Donald Trump.”
So there is little Mueller will get from Stone besides some media attention.
That’s why Mueller is moving onto a bigger target.
A former prosecutor is confident that Mueller is about to indict the President’s son, Donald Trump, Jr.
Speaking to MSNBC’s Joy Reid, former Department of Justice prosecutor Paul Butler laid out why:
“Mueller is not going to indict Trump, because he’s going to follow the DOJ employee handbook, but he has leverage over the president in terms of Donald Trump, Jr.,” Butler explained. “We’ve seen Mueller use people’s kids to get to folks in the past. He could do this with Donald Trump, Jr.”
Reid then claimed that Trump Jr. “lied his butt off” in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Stone is also facing charges for lying to Congress, a charge that is clearly selectively enforced.
Hillary Clinton, James Comey, and countless left-wing officials have lied to Congress with no consequences.
It doesn’t matter if a lie is intentional, or just a miswording, a charge of lying to Congress is possible.
Stone contends that any misinformation he provided was due to lapses in memory or miswording.
That should be a solid defense, but only time will tell.
If it isn’t, you can be sure Trump Jr. is in trouble.
Butler contends that if Stone is indicted for lying to Congress, Trump Jr. will be as well.
There’s no telling what will happen in the case of a Trump Jr. indictment.
While Trump’s administration has been largely hands-off in the investigation, that move could change things.
Trump Jr. will be the most obvious case of power abuse since the start of Mueller’s investigation.
It may result in President Trump using his pardon powers to free his son.
The media will use that as a huge victory for them.
While the charges will have nothing to do with Russia collusion, the media will make it seem like they are.
And then they will use Trump’s pardon as proof that Trump approves of the non-existent collusion.
This is the real danger of the Mueller investigation.
It is unlikely to prove any collusion exists, but it doesn’t even matter at this point.
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