Anti-Trump zealot Robert Mueller is about cross a bright red line.
The special counsel has set his sights on this Trump advisor.
But Mueller is about to make a fatal mistake.
Trump advisor Roger Stone is at the center of Robert Mueller’s witch hunt.
The media and Democrats have used misleading stories and out of context tweets to claim – without providing any evidence – that Stone colluded with the Russians during the 2016 campaign.
Stone has strongly denied these allegations, but special counsel Robert Mueller is desperate for a scalp to justify his witch hunt.
Stone appeared on Meet the Press and declared that he expected Mueller to fabricate a crime and indict him.
Looks like Roger Stone expects to be indicted, for something he says will be unrelated to Trump-Russia. From NBC: pic.twitter.com/lCTWh9dlMf
— Byron York (@ByronYork) May 20, 2018
Stone’s protégé Sam Nunberg appeared on MSNBC and echoed the same sentiment.
Nunberg predicted Mueller would indict Stone on a financial crime.
The Daily Caller reports:
Former Donald Trump adviser Sam Nunberg predicted Sunday on MSNBC that long-time Trump ally Roger Stone would probably face an indictment from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigative team.
“He will get indicted on some stupid financial thing.”
Nunberg, who has referred to Stone as a mentor and even a father figure, told MSNBC’s Alex Witt that he called Stone just before his own grand jury appearance to want him that his name was already involved. “My last phone conversation with Roger was the Saturday before my Friday grand jury appearance where I explained to Roger that I had received a subpoena and his name is one that I would have to hand over all communications,” he said.
Claiming that Mueller’s team was treating President Donald Trump and his associates like members of the mafia, Nunberg complained that gangster-turned-FBI-informant Whitey Bulger received better treatment from Mueller.
Nunberg went on to say that he does expect Stone to be indicted, likely on a financial matter. “He will get indicted on some stupid financial thing. He will eventually, I believe, beat it because that is Andrew Weissmann’s track record.”
But Mueller indicting Stone for a crime unrelated to the 2016 election or Russian collusion would be a fatal mistake.
The American people won’t put up with Mueller using the election as the pretext to jail individuals simply because they support Donald Trump.
Stone said on Meet the Press that Mueller was out to silence him.
And that is true.
Mueller wants to send a message on behalf of the swamp that if you support Donald Trump – or if you want to support the campaign of a populist outsider like Donald Trump – you risk being thrown in jail for opposing the establishment.
Indicting Stone could lead to a collapse in support for the Mueller investigation and strengthen Donald Trump’s political position.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.