Robert Mueller’s rigged witch hunt against President Trump continues to march on.
The special counsel is getting desperate to see his plot to drive Trump from office succeed.
And Mueller has this horrible plan to frame Trump for one crime.
Mueller’s collusion investigation is a bust.
The special counsel has indicted 25 Russians in two separate cases for election “meddling” and staging cyber attacks during the 2016 election.
But no Americans were charged in either case.
That proved once and for all that no one on the Trump campaign conspired with Russia to steal the Democrats’ emails or interfere in the election.
That doesn’t mean Mueller is going to pack up shop just yet.
Mueller has one more card to play.
The special counsel can claim Trump obstructed justice by firing FBI Director James Comey and pressuring Attorney General Jeff Sessions to end the Russia investigation.
How will Mueller prove this case?
Mueller will invent it out of thin air.
And the special counsel plans on using President Trump’s tweets as his “evidence.”
The New York Times published a shocking story revealing that Mueller is now seeking to question President Trump about his tweets in a crazed scheme to prove Trump obstructed justice.
The New York Times reported:
But privately, some of the lawyers have expressed concern that Mr. Mueller will stitch together several episodes, encounters and pieces of evidence, like the tweets, to build a case that the president embarked on a broad effort to interfere with the investigation. Prosecutors who lack one slam-dunk piece of evidence in obstruction cases often search for a larger pattern of behavior, legal experts said.
Mueller wants to criminalize Trump going on social media to defend himself from Mueller’s investigation.
Trump would not have made any tweets had the special counsel not been terrorizing his administration with a hoax investigation as part of a silent coup.
This proves President Trump was 100% correct when he labeled Mueller’s probe a rigged witch hunt.
Mueller has not been able to find any crimes so he invented one out of thin air.
And Mueller has settled on attempting to criminalize defending yourself from an investigation.
The Times also noted based on exclusive reporting that Mueller’s team had with Trump’s lawyers they intend to frame Trump for the crime of trying to intimidate witnesses – Comey and Sessions – with his tweets:
The special counsel’s investigators have told Mr. Trump’s lawyers they are examining the tweets under a wide-ranging obstruction-of-justice law beefed up after the Enron accounting scandal, according to the three people. The investigators did not explicitly say they were examining possible witness tampering, but the nature of the questions they want to ask the president, and the fact that they are scrutinizing his actions under a section of the United States Code titled “Tampering With a Witness, Victim, or an Informant,” raised concerns for his lawyers about Mr. Trump’s exposure in the investigation.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in Robert Mueller’s rigged witch hunt.