Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich appeared on Fox News’ ‘Fox and Friends’ to discuss a bevy of topics, but it is what Gingrich said about the Mueller witch hunt that deserves praise.
NewtTrump Fan Club tweeted a video of the appearance with the caption, “NEWT: ‘Look carefully at Mueller… now it’s not going to be ‘Russia’ — it’s going to be a personal vendetta by Robert Mueller against the President of the United States.’
NEWT: "Look carefully at Mueller… now it's not going to be 'Russia' — it's going to be a personal vendetta by Robert Mueller against the President of the United States." pic.twitter.com/P4q33NsT1w
— #UnsealTheDeals (@NewtTrump) January 10, 2018
Gingrich asserts that the gaggle of investigators Mueller assembled since May 17, 2017 are nothing more than “a Leftwing-Democrat group of lawyers” determined to carry out a political vendetta (i.e. coup) against the President.
The former Speaker references one particular investigator hired by Mueller as a former Clinton lawyer who was retained by Hillary for the specific purpose of shooting down Freedom of Information Act requests.
Live Trading News names that attorney as Clinton Foundation lawyer, Jeannie S. Rhee. While at the Clinton Foundation, Rhee focused her time battling racketeering lawsuits involving Hillary Clinton’s selling of government favors in return for bribes. Such incidences include the still un-investigated Uranium One scam.
Rhee’s specific hiring details with Hillary and The Clinton Foundation’s extensive bribery ties with Russia make her legally ineligible to look into any matters related to Russian collusion alleged against Trump, writes Live Trading.
Mueller Investigator, Jeannie Rhee, Privately Represented Clinton Foundation Against Racketeering Charges – Mueller's Choice Of Investigators Shows POOR Judgment As Well As Bias |True PunditTrue Pundit https://t.co/Mzysl0fWWZ
— AmeriKen 🇺🇸🇺🇸 (@ken_ameri) January 6, 2018
According to the website, “Rule 1:7 of D.C.’s Rules of Professional Conduct require: ‘A lawyer who has formerly represented a client in a matter shall not thereafter represent another person in the same or a substantially related matter in which that person’s interests are materially adverse to the interests of the former client unless the former client gives informed consent.’”
Instead, she has been hired specifically to uncover damaging ‘personal’ information on Trump.
There are, Live Trading writes, others on Mueller’s team that justify Gingrich’s previously mentioned moniker.
“Two other lawyers on Mueller’s team gave the maximum $2,700 donation to Hillary Clinton in last year’s election,” the site reports.
“Three of Mueller’s team, Weissmann, Rhee and Quarles alone donated more than $50,000 to Democrats, and almost exclusively to Democrats, according to Federal Election Commission campaign finance reports.”
An investigative journalist with Live Trading has stated that he has a witness named Dennis Montgomery (who worked for the NSA and CIA) who claims that Robert Mueller “illegally surveilled Donald Trump and others when he was director of the FBI.”
Does it require any stretch of the imagination to believe that Mueller is using the unnecessarily broad powers given to him by Congress to bring down President Trump using any method possible?
What do you think? Should Mueller and his team be disbanded?
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