Robert Mueller’s witch hunt against President Trump just suffered another body blow.
And this one could be the knockout punch.
That’s because Mueller and his team are in deep trouble once Trump finds out what they are hiding.
Not even Robert Mueller and his team’s investigation was safe from the fallout from Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s bombshell report.
The political bias and hatred of Trump even spread to Mueller’s team.
And it is calling into question the legitimacy of his entire investigation.
In Horowitz’s report, investigators identified a November 22nd 2016 exchange between two FBI lawyers – one of whom worked on the Clinton investigation and was later assigned to Mueller’s team.
The lawyer was responding to another FBI attorney’s horror at Donald Trump’s victory and praised the “resistance.”
Horowitz’s report states :
“FBI Attorney 2 sent an instant message to FBI Attorney 1 commenting on the amount of money the subject of an FBI investigation had been paid while working on the Trump campaign. FBI Attorney 1 responded, “Is it making you rethink your commitment to the Trump administration?” FBI Attorney 2 replied, “Hell no.” and then added, “Viva le resistance.” FBI Attorney 1 responded that Trump was “going to eliminate all of our pensions in order to pay for people like” the person discussed in the instant message exchange, and FBI Attorney 1 and FBI Attorney 2 then began a discussion of federal pension and retirement issues.”
The lawyer was later removed from Mueller’s team, but the damage had already been done.
Mueller clearly did not vet the members of his team.
Some critics contend that Mueller did not want to examine the backgrounds of the lawyers he hired so he could get away with stacking the deck against Trump.
Mueller removed the members of his team only after they were caught red-handed—and he should receive no credibility points for taking an obvious action that was forced upon him by outside actors.
This explosive development led Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani to appear on Sean Hannity’s Fox News program and declare that Mueller’s investigation should be suspended:
“I believe that Rod Rosenstein and Jeff Sessions have a chance to redeem themselves and that chance comes about tomorrow and doesn’t go beyond tomorrow. Tomorrow Mueller should be suspended and honest people should be brought in” to investigate whether the Justice Department and/or FBI tried to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.”
Some Trump watchers predicted the President was on the verge of a major action.
The Daily Mail’s David Martosko wrote,“If Trump doesn’t fire anyone at DOJ in the next 12 hours, he probably never will. The fact that he hasn’t yet tweeted about the IG report suggests to me that some sort of calculated action is being contemplated.”
Do you believe Trump should start firing disloyal employees in the DOJ and that Mueller should shut down his investigation?
Let us know your thoughts in the comment section.