No matter how hard that the corrupt mainstream media tries to consceal the truth, special counsel Robert Mueller’s sweeping witch hunt all comes back to the discredited dirty dossier cooked up by British intelligence asset Christopher Steele and his Fusion GPS cronies.
Mueller is desperately trying to use an old tax evasion case against former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort to obtain a conviction that would lead to the longtime lobbyist facing the prospect of the rest of his life in prison and then use that as leverage to gain his cooperation in framing a legitimately elected president.
You will never see it on CNN or MSNBC or read it in the Washington Post or New York Times but Judge Jeanine Pirro lays out the criminal case against Saint Bob himself in a blistering nine-minute opening statement on her Fox News program.
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Saturday during her “Opening Statement” on Fox News Channel’s “Justice,” host Jeanine Pirro dismissed the view that the Department of Justice special counsel probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election was negative for Republicans.
According to Pirro, the probe was drawing attention to Democratic Party ties to Russia and she also made the claim that Mueller sought money from Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska to fund an FBI operation.
“Why would you ask for millions of dollars from a Russian oligarch, banned from the United States, to fund an FBI operation?” Pirro said. “Should you even have asked the oligarch for tens of millions of dollars and for his services? Because that is a crime, isn’t it, Bob?”
That and Mueller’s use of the infamous Steele dossier as the basis for his probe according to Pirro should be cause for concern for Mueller, and perhaps a reason for him to seek his own legal counsel.
“Bob, I really think it is time for you to give up your phony investigation and get yourself your own criminal defense attorney,” she added.
The swirling questions about such impropriety when Mueller was running the FBI and now his entire investigation show that the only way to sort this out is to have a second special counsel appointed to investigate the investigator.