Robert Mueller’s anti-Trump Russia investigation has very little merit.
In the year-long investigation, virtually nothing of substance has come out against the President.
And the investigation might come to an end after a massive scandal involving Al Qaeda just dropped.
American photojournalist Matt Schrier was kidnapped and taken hostage by Al Qaeda terrorists in 2012 while working in Syria.
Since being released from captivity, Schrier has made it his mission to investigate his own kidnapping, and in doing so he discovered a pattern of betrayal coming from the FBI, which was being run by Robert Mueller at the time of his kidnapping.
Schrier claims that while he was being tortured by terrorists in Syria, the FBI was more worried about gathering intelligence than actually helping him.
After escaping in mid-2013, Schrier claims to have faxed and emailed between 50 and 100 complaints to the FBI, which have been unanswered.
As reported by Fox News:
“After he escaped from Al Qaeda in Syria, American photojournalist Matt Schrier investigated his own kidnapping and uncovered what he describes as a pattern of “betrayal” by FBI agents handling his case.
Schrier is now asking hard questions of former FBI Director Robert Mueller, who now leads the special counsel Russia probe, and former FBI Director James Comey, who was fired by President Trump in May 2017.
“Not every FBI agent is bad. Some are very good people,” Schrier told Fox News. “But the ones that are bad need to be weeded out. And the ones who let them be bad, and who turn their head, need to be exposed.”
In an exclusive cable interview that first aired Monday on “The Story” with Martha MacCallum, Schrier went in depth, sharing emails, financial records and formal letters of complaint, which backed up allegations that after he was taken hostage in 2012, the FBI monitored his accounts as Al Qaeda terrorists used his money to buy at least a dozen computers and tablets.
While he was tortured and held by al Nusra, the brutal Al Qaeda franchise in Syria, Schrier claimed the FBI put intelligence gathering ahead of his personal security, hoping to track the computers and tablets to learn more about Al Qaeda recruits and future plots. After his harrowing escape, Schrier started demanding answers from the FBI, which at the time of his kidnapping was led by Mueller.
Since his return to the U.S. in mid-2013, Schrier shared documents with Fox News and explained, “I faxed– I emailed them, probably between my mother and my father and me, between 50 and 100 complaints.”
Comey took over from Mueller in September 2013, and Schrier said the stonewalling continued. “I was emailing him questions. I was forwarding him all these emails. I was demanding answers from him,” Schrier said. “And I never got anything back.””
The fact that the FBI not only put their own intelligence gathering above an American citizen’s well-being is bad enough, but then how they thoroughly refused to give him answers is even worse.
Robert Mueller is going to have a lot of questions to answer relating to this injustice that occurred under his leadership.
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