Robert Mueller’s investigation is officially over.
But the damage he has caused is still playing out.
And now, Mueller could be in massive trouble because of one shocking revelation.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller is planning to retire back to public life.
But when he announced his departure from Washington, Mueller decided to take a moment to have one last shot at President Donald Trump.
Mueller had spent the past two years working to throw Trump in prison, investigating every aspect of his life in order to build a case that the President or his campaign had engaged in collusion with the Russian government in 2016 in order to steal the presidential election from Hillary Clinton.
He failed to connect Trump to anything and had to admit as such when he published his findings.
But that didn’t stop Mueller from throwing around the idea that Trump had engaged in obstruction of justice, giving Democrats one last line of attack to use against the President.
But now, new findings are emerging to show that Mueller’s work to investigate Trump and his associates may have crossed a major red line.
The Washington Times reports, “Robert Mueller says he was able to pinpoint security company executive Erik Prince’s precise location for several hours in January 2017 by matching his mobile phone signal to a cell site near Trump Tower in New York City.”
“The special counsel’s report discloses the use of this investigative technique, by which police determine a suspect’s location via a cellphone’s GPS signal.”
This is a major breach of trust and a huge stain on Mueller’s record as Special Counsel to the Russia Investigation.
What’s more, it actually strengthens Trump’s position against Mueller, as it now gives Trump the ability to point to an action that Mueller took which was completely uncalled for and unacceptable.
This brings all of Mueller’s attacks against Trump into question as well, only damaging the Democrats’ most recent attacks against the President.
“The Prince narrative is one instance in unredacted sections of the report in which Mr. Mueller’s team explicitly discloses cellphone tracking. It raises the question of whether the FBI applied the process to other investigative subjects — a phone’s GPS signal can disclose its exact location within a few feet. One of the first requests the FBI makes when confronting subjects is to ask for their electronic devices,” adds the Washington Times.
“The FBI also relied on cellphone data to verify the location in London of Trump volunteer George Papadopoulos, one of the investigation’s key principals. It centered on the pivotal relationship between Papadopoulos, who wanted to set up a Trump-Kremlin meeting, and Joseph Mifsud, a mysterious London-based professor from Malta,” adds the Washington Times.
The FBI’s “Spygate” scandal just grew in size and scope.
It was already known that they attempted to rig the election to help Hillary defeat Trump.
And now it’s clear that was just the tip of the iceberg.
We will keep you up to date with any new developments in this ongoing story.