Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation has dragged on for months.
The investigation is the swamp’s last chance to remove Donald Trump from office.
But Mueller is sitting on one secret that is a ticking time bomb threatening to blow up the entire investigation into Trump.
Allegations of bias are hovering over Mueller’s probe.
He hired an all star team of Democrat partisans, but that was just the tip of the ice berg.
Text messages revealed that high ranking FBI officials viewed the Russia probe as “an insurance policy” against Trump winning.
And now one prosecutor working with Mueller outed himself as part of the anti-Trump resistance.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has long been a thorn in Trump’s side.
He’s pursued legal action against the Donald Trump Foundation as well as Trump University.
So it’s no surprise that Mueller wanted this bloodthirsty Trump hater as part of his team.
The special counsel teamed up with Schneiderman as part of the investigation into former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.
The Daily Caller reports:
“Special counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly working with New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on his investigation of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.
Politico reports that Mueller and the NY AG’s office have communicated regularly in recent weeks and shared evidence, though indictments are not immediately forthcoming. Schneiderman’s team is also said to be investigating transactions related to Trump businesses and may share its findings with Mueller.
Schneiderman is a vociferous Trump critic who has engaged the administration in litigation related to the travel ban, health care reform, and deregulatory efforts.
Mueller joining his efforts with a state attorney general may be part of a strategy to mitigate against the president’s pardon power. Though the Constitution invests Trump with the power to pardon federal crimes, he cannot grant relief from prosecution for state or local crimes. Working with Schneiderman may ensure a state official is prepared to bring a case against Trump associates in the event the president pardons former business or campaign hands for federal crimes.”
Schneiderman has proceeded to brag about his legal challenges to a series of Trump policy initiatives.
His involvement raises more questions about the credibility of the Mueller investigation.
New bombshells continue drop and they expose the Russia probe as nothing more than sour grapes by the Democrats, who are trying to criminalize the act of Donald Trump winning the election.
More and more Americans believe the investigation is corrupt and should be shut down.
Mueller’s hiring decisions are only reinforcing these beliefs.
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