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Sunday, May 13, 2018

Mueller is a national embarrassment

Bungling Bobby Mueller is a walking miscarriage of justice. As FBI director, he personally took over the post-9/11 anthrax case -- and promptly hounded the wrong man. For 5 1/2 years. His behavior was so unprofessional that taxpayers had to pay $5.8 million to settle the harassment lawsuit.

George Walker Bush did not have the intestinal fortitude to kick Mueller to the curb for that blunder.

But wait, there is more.

Those Russian indictments Team Mueller obtained are as useless as a rowboat in the desert.

"Mueller Indicted A Russian Company That Didn't Even Exist, Court Transcripts Say," the Daily Wire reported.

Who testified to the grand jury to get those indictments? Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale?

But wait, there is more.

Boston radio talker Howie Carr wrote of how the FBI helped protect mobster White Bulger (whose brother just "happened" to be speaker of the Massachusetts House). The FBI left Bulger alone, called him an informant, and went after his rivals.

Bungling Bobby had his ticket punched in Boston on his way to FBI director.

"What did Bob Mueller know about the FBI’s framing of four innocent men for a murder they didn’t commit, and when did he know it?" Carr wrote last month.

"This is an important question for the special counsel, and for two days I’ve been emailing his press office, asking for answers about his tenure in the U.S. attorney’s office here, specifically, his time as acting US attorney in 1986-87."

Mueller indicts imaginary companies, pursues the wrong man so viciously it does millions of dollars in damages to the man, and may have been part of the framing of four men for murder to help out a Mafioso.

The Washington press corps pushed this rotter as a man of virtue.

Just like it did Comey.

19 comments:

  1. When you’ve lost Jimmy Kimmel, it’s game over. But Muh-ler won’t let this drop. Like Comey and most of the Democrat, they will go kicking and screaming to their graves, insisting that Trump must be guilty of SOMETHING.

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    1. Just like Dan Rather and the fake Texas Air National Guard memo that he still insists is real.

      Bucky

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    2. Well he is guilty of something. He's guilty of not being Hillary.

      iowaan

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  2. As the Frankfort School taught us, it's all relative. So, relative to, say, Stalin,Mueller is a man of virtue.

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    1. Exactly right!

      That's how Hitler became a "right-winger," he's to the right of Stalin. He was only a socialist, not a Communist.

      And yeah, I'd say Mueller has as much virtue as Stalin or Hitler, but it is a low bar.

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    2. Low bar? It's a limbo stick!

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  3. And what about Mueller's handler, Rosenstein? Is he not an embarrassment? And what about AG Sessions? Is he not an embarrassment? He recused himself from the investigation into Russian collusion, but since Mueller's investigation has gone off the rails and is wildly careening through prosecutorial fields of weeds alongside the track, those are criminal investigations Sessions has NOT recused himself from and is entitled to take control away from Mueller. Unless, of course, Sessions wants to be AG in name only....in which case Trump should fire him and replace him with someone who actually wants to run the DoJ.

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  4. I fully understand why PDJT does not fire Mueller, but I continue to be mystified by the President' s failure to order AG Sessions and Rosenstein to immediately surrender undetected copies of EVERY ITEM requested by congressional members.

    It must happen soon in order to prevent a November disaster.

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    1. undetected = unredacted?

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    2. Maybe both. Unredacted full documents without blackouts or deletions, and undetected including docs which the special prostitutor, department of jackasses, and the feral bureau of idiots have so far hidden from the Congress's knowledge.

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  5. The press corps didn't appoint Mueller to be FBI director or special counsel. Republican Presidents or their appointees did.

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    1. The press corp, though, covers for Mueller and helps stir the pot.

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    2. Mueller was appointed by Rob Rosenstein, who has a long history going way back with both Mueller and Comey. Rosenstein filed one of the false applications for a FISA warrant to spy on Trump's associates based on lies and deceptions of the FISC. He is an accomplice if not a central figure in the Deep State attempt to undermine Trump's presidency. He should have been suspended for not recusing himself from the entire Russian collusion investigation. I cannot see how he will be able to avoid being disgraced like Andrew McCabe or eventually being indicted along with co-conspirators John Brennan and the pair of FBI lovers we know about.

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    3. Jonny Scrum-halfMay 13, 2018 at 10:14 PM

      Rosenstein was nominated for DAG by Trump and approved by the Republican Senate. Why would Trump nominate someone who intends to undermine him, and why would someone nominated by Trump seek to undermine him?

      Let's be real - if the "Deep State" wanted to undermine Trump, it would have publicized the fact that there was a counterintelligence investigation against his campaign or information about the Steele Dossier before the election. The fact that it didn't completely refutes the argument that there's a Deep State that's out to get Trump.

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    4. The truth about the Steele Dossier only makes the deep staters look like crooks:

      --The news Friday that two Republican senators have recommended the FBI and Justice Department to investigate the author of the “Steele dossier” – a collection of memos filled with wild and unsubstantiated allegations involving President Trump and Russia – gives a black eye to the mainstream media that have devoted enormous news coverage to the dossier.
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      Fusion GPS initially received funding from the Washington Free Beacon, and then was paid by Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee for the dossier that Steele produced.
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      But now it’s clear that the dossier was nothing more than an expensive political dirty trick by the Russians, the Democratic Party and Clinton campaign.--

      http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2018/01/06/real-problem-with-fusion-gps-steele-dossier.html

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    5. Jonny Scrum-halfMay 14, 2018 at 9:28 AM

      You're evading the point. If it was a political dirty trick, why keep silent during the campaign, when it could have affected the election result? Your theory makes no sense.

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    6. Its quite simple Jonny Boy. All of the cool kids KNEW that Her Majesty Hildabitch the Worst would win. The Steele dossier was blackmail material against the Donald.

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  6. Jeff Sessions is busy getting all of the criminals in the same room. When the hammer comes down, they all will be crushed. Like the scam where criminals are told they wins a prize. They show up and get arrested.

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  7. The attorney representing one of the real indicted companies had fun in court regarding the bogus company. Meuller is an Embarrassment to law enforcement

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2018/05/mueller-indicts-a-ham-sandwich.php

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