Anyone with half a brain could tell that this whole Russia collusion investigation was a political witch hunt that was the natural by product of the hissy fit thrown by liberals, the mainstream media, and establishment Republicans in the days following the 2016 election. But now the cell of conspirators assembled by Grand Inquisitor Robert Mueller may finally be earning the attention it deserve.
It began on December 2, when it was revealed that Mueller’s chief investigatory officer as well as the former Deputy Director of the FBI’s Counter Intelligence, Peter Strzok, had been kicked off of the team in the summer because the Inspector General had unearthed a clear and strong anti-Trump (and pro-Clinton) bias.
Three days later, the Washington Examiner reported that Mueller’s immediate deputy on the Inquisition team and the lead prosecutor, Andrew Weissmann, is on record (through emails) as having praised the lawless obstructionism of then Acting Attorney General Sally Yates for refusing to abide by President Trump’s travel ban.
Now comes the news, reported by Laura Ingraham from Fox News, that another Mueller deputy, Jeannie Rhee has disturbingly biased and close ties with Obama and Clinton.
Ingraham explained that Rhee “formerly worked in the Obama Justice Department as a deputy assistant attorney general in the office of legal counsel – offering advice to the administration.
“Ingraham said Rhee was also the personal attorney for Ben Rhodes, the deputy national security adviser for President Barack Obama.
“Rhee also represented the Clinton Foundation and donated $9,000 to Hillary and other Democrats.”
She also worked under Weissmann, showing just how incestuous the web of Deep State agents is.
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— JD (@JDiviv) December 5, 2017
When news of Weissmann came out, the Judicial Watch’s Tom Fitton asked, “How much more evidence do we need that the Mueller operation has been irredeemably compromised by anti-Trump partisans?”
Ingraham’s report shows that it will take much more to undo Mueller’s team of conspirators and despite her advice that they and Mueller step aside, it will not happen.
As Mark Levin said on December 5, “Ladies and gentlemen, Mueller, Comey, Weissmann, Strzok…this is political corruption at its worst!”