Today’s Campaign Update, Part II
(Because The Campaign Never Ends)
Jabba the Nads has a case of the sads… – Go to this link to Watch Jabba the Nadler pout about his inability thus far to bully Gestapo Chief…er…Special Counsel Robert Mueller into testifying before the raging clown car that is the House Judiciary Committee.
Gosh, why do you think Mueller, who has been all too happy to do the bidding of the Democrat Party in its never-ending efforts to remove President Donald Trump from office for two solid years now might be reluctant to come offer testimony before Jabba’s Democrat-dominated Committee now?
Oh, hey, maybe it’s because of this story about how congressional staffers now suspect that Mueller and his band of merry Nazi thugs probably hired both Christopher Steele and Fusion GPS to help with their Witch Hunt and probably also to participate in the drafting of the final Mueller Report.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller spent more than $732,000 on outside contractors, including private investigators and researchers, records show, but his office refuses to say who they were. While it’s not unusual for special government offices to outsource for services such as computer support, Mueller also hired contractors to compile “investigative reports” and other “information.”
The arrangement has led congressional investigators, government watchdog groups and others to speculate that the private investigators and researchers who worked for the special counsel’s office might have included Christopher Steele and Fusion GPS, the private research firm that hired Steele to produce the Russia collusion dossier for the Clinton campaign.
They suspect the dossier creators may have been involved in Mueller’s operation, and even had a hand in his final report, because the special counsel sent his team to London to meet with Steele within a few months of taking over the Russia collusion investigation in 2017. Also, Mueller’s lead prosecutor, Andrew Weissmann, had shared information he received from Fusion with the media.
Raising additional suspicions, Mueller’s report recycles the general allegations leveled in the dossier. And taking a page from earlier surveillance-warrant applications in the Russia investigation, it cites as supporting evidence several articles—including one by Yahoo! News—that used Steele and Fusion as sources.
Obviously, Mueller would never have to worry about any Democrat member of the committee asking him to answer questions under oath about an inconvenient subject like that, but guess what? There are Republicans on that committee, too! Go figure.
Those GOP members include such Witch Hunt hawks as Ohio’s Jim Jordan, Texas’s Louie Gohmert, Florida’s Matt Gaetz, and Texas’s John Ratcliffe. You can be certain sure that each and every one of those men would force Mueller to offer an unqualified yea or nay on that specific question. An answer of ‘yea’ would destroy what little credibility Mueller and his evil minions have left and possibly subject them all to criminal inquiry. An answer of ‘nay’ could subject Mueller to future criminal prosecution should this allegation ultimately be proved to be true.
And here’s the thing: Somewhere among the still-classified records of the Mueller Witch Hunt are accounting records, including a full accounting of how that $732,000 was spent. At least, there had better be. If such an accounting does not exist, then Mueller and his minions have committed a fraud on the public and the federal government.
But assuming such a full and complete accounting does exist, then Mueller would answer this question falsely under dire personal jeopardy.
Another excerpt from that story:
Washington-based Judicial Watch suspects Mueller’s office may have farmed out work to the private Washington research firm Fusion GPS or its subcontractor Steele, both of whom were paid by the Clinton camp during the 2016 presidential election. Several law enforcement and Hill sources who spoke with RCI also believe Steele and Fusion GPS were deputized in the investigation.
The government watchdog group has requested that the Justice Department turn over the contracting records, along with all budget requests Mueller submitted to the attorney general during his nearly two-year investigation. It’s also requested all communications between the Special Counsel’s Office and the private contractors it used. A Judicial Watch spokesman said its Freedom of Information Act request is pending. [Emphasis added]
So here’s the other thing: Ultimately, these records are going to be made public, either by the DOJ through the normal course of business, by the court in the Judicial Watch case discussed above, or even by President Trump through his upcoming process of declassifying all the relevant underlying documents that DOJ and the FBI have to this point illegitimately hidden from the public.
If you’re Robert Mueller sitting in his living room easy chair today, would you want to go testify under oath to Jabba’s committee?
Yeah, neither would I.
Some levity before you go…
Watch William Barr troll Jabba and his fellow congressional Democrats here:
🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣Barr MASTER TROLLER…..
“There’s a matter I feel has to be resolved before Rod (Rosenstein) leaves the building.”
Liking this man more and more pic.twitter.com/a4xGpTxxUj
— Cindyseestruth (@cs00582sc) May 10, 2019
WATCH: At farewell ceremony for Deputy AG Rosenstein, AG Barr jokes about how quickly he has faced a contempt vote since becoming attorney general. pic.twitter.com/UVmmcplyRm
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) May 9, 2019
This is not a worried man.
That is all.
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