Robert Mueller was appointed as the special counsel in the Russia investigation for one reason only.

And that was to dig up something – anything – the swamp could use to impeach the President.

But Trump is fighting back and blew the whistle on Mueller’s worst crime with two tweets.

Bloomberg politics recently broke a story that a source familiar with the investigation revealed Mueller was going to speed up his investigation into Russian collusion and could produce indictments by the fall.

Bloomberg reported:

“Special Counsel Robert Mueller is preparing to accelerate his probe into possible collusion between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russians who sought to interfere in the 2016 election, according to a person familiar with the investigation.”

The article listed 13 former and current Trump officials that Mueller may haul in on charges.

Currently, Mueller is preparing for trials in Virginia and Washington, D.C. against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort for financial crimes that predated his work for President Trump.

But President Trump threw a flag on Mueller’s investigation when he tweeted:

“When is Bob Mueller going to list his Conflicts of Interest? Why has it taken so long? Will they be listed at the top of his $22,000,000 Report…And what about the 13 Angry Democrats, will they list their conflicts with Crooked H? How many people will be sent to jail and……

….persecuted on old and/or totally unrelated charges (there was no collusion and there was no obstruction of the no collusion)…And what is going on in the FBI & DOJ with Crooked Hillary, the DNC and all of the lies? A disgraceful situation!”

The number of conflict of interests on Mueller’s team is outrageous.

One of the prosecutors – Andrew Weissman – attended Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Election Night victory party.

Another Mueller investigator – Jeannie Rhee – did legal work for the Clinton Foundation.

Rhee also has forked over $16,000 in campaign contributions since 2008, including $5,400 – the legal maximum allowed – to Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign.

James Quarles has donated $33,000 to political candidates, with the overwhelming majority being lavished on Democrats.

Mueller team member Kyle Freeny is a former Justice Department official who defended Obama’s illegal executive amnesty in court.

And Mueller himself is a walking conflict of interest.

When James Comey was Deputy Attorney General, he formed a bond with Mueller who was then the FBI Director.

The two were described as “brothers in arms.”

Now Mueller is tasked with making a criminal case out of his friend being fired.

It’s an outrageous conflict of interest and an abuse of prosecutorial power.

Trump is correct to blow the whistle on this nonsense investigation.

Critics are wondering what Mueller has been doing for the last year.

Investigating Russian election interference was his mandate.

If his investigation has not produced any results for over a year, why is it still going on?

And given the rampant conflicts of interest on the Mueller team, fair-minded Americans would just dismiss his findings as nothing more than partisan hackery.

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