Twitter is likely the reason Donald Trump is President right now.
He used it to masterfully make his positions clear and destroy his enemies.
And his latest set of tweets are so damning that Mueller will likely go into hiding.
Robert Mueller is leading a biased witch hunt with the goal of taking down President Trump.
He is claiming that the President and his campaign colluded with Russia to win the 2016 election.
This is an attractive theory to the anti-Trump resistance who wants more than anything to stop the President.
If they can prove collusion occurred, they can claim Trump isn’t a legitimate President.
This theory is easier to swallow than the truth, which is that Trump awakened a silent majority who was tired of the status quo.
But Trump is fighting back against Mueller.
There are countless problems with his investigation, beginning long before the start date.
The most glaring issue is the number of conflicts of interest central to the investigation.
Robert Mueller is facing claims of conflict of interest for his ties to former FBI Director James Comey.
The two are longtime friends and have known each other for years.
Trump points this out in a series of tweets, calling them “best friends.”
“Robert Mueller and Leakin’ Lyin’ James Comey are Best Friends, just one of many Mueller Conflicts of Interest.”
Trump questions whether this will be listed in his report.
The President also zeroes in on Andrew Weissmann, one of Mueller’s top prosecutors, asking:
“Will Andrew Weissman’s horrible and vicious prosecutorial past be listed in the Report?”
Weissmann is infamous for his harsh tactics in the courtroom.
He is known for his work against mob bosses.
And some feel that the tactics he is using now harken back to the way he handled organized crime bosses.
In fact, his harsh prosecution has backfired in the past, like when his case against Enron was overturned for being too far-reaching.
Additionally, Weissmann has donated to former President Barack Obama and many Democrats.
Trump also mentions James Comey, who has been a central figure in the collusion narrative.
Comey is the reason the unverified Christopher Steele dossier on Russia collusion became public.
His briefing with then-President-elect Trump was the justification media outlets used to release the unverified dossier.
There was so little real information in it that it took Comey’s meeting with Trump to give it credibility for release.
President Trump also questions whether the many officials who were fired in the FBI will have a place in the report.
“[Will] Bruce Ohr (and his lovely wife Molly), Comey, Brennan, Clapper, & all of the many fired people of the FBI, be listed in the Report?”
Trump questions whether anything about the DNC or Clinton campaign will be in the report as well:
“Will the corruption within the DNC & Clinton Campaign be exposed?”
It is the Clinton campaign and DNC who are behind the Christopher Steele dossier that was used to kickstart the investigation.
So there are a lot of problems with Mueller and his allies.
But the only person who seems to be facing tough questions is the President and his allies.
Do you think Mueller should have to answer for the problems and conflicts of interest in his investigation?
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