Mueller and Russiagate (to Nowhere)

Fake intelligence, fake news, and a dubious investigation lead to false hope

For two years, anti-Trump politicians and the mainstream media have been hanging their hopes of destroying Trump’s presidency on a phony dossier and a dubious Special Counsel investigation.  Robert Mueller submitted his confidential report to the Department of Justice March 22, and Attorney General William Barr subsequently provided a summary letter to ranking members of the Senate and House of Representatives.

Attorney General Barr Summary Letter to Congress


After two years of investigating by Mueller’s team of 19 lawyers, accompanied by approximately 40 FBI agents, intelligence analysts, forensic accountants, and other professional staff who produced over 2,800 subpoenas, nearly 500 search warrants, and approximately 500 witness interviews, the charade is over and the verdict is clear: There was no collusion.

Did Mueller produce indictments?  Sure, but not for collusion or obstruction of justice.  That didn’t prevent the reputations of Michael Flynn, Cater Page, Paul Manafort, Jerome Corsi, and Roger Stone from being irreparably damaged.  Some may argue Paul Manafort deserved to be convicted, and they may be right, but why did his former partner and Clinton acolyte, Tony Podesta, receive immunity for virtually the same crime in exchange for testifying against Manafort?

Of course, others were also affected.  Most of the notorious FBI and DOJ officials at the heart of the attempted soft coup have been demoted, fired or retired: Bruce Ohr, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page.

Almost all the Russiagate skullduggery can be traced back to the discredited Christopher Steele dossier, which was used as a cudgel against Cater Page to obtain bogus FISA warrants and leaked to Buzzfeed as a prop. Buzzfeed then dutifully published the salacious report (below) Jan. 10, 2017.

Steele Dossier - Trump Intelligence Allegations


President Trump responded immediately, unequivocally denying the report as FAKE NEWS.

For individuals like Representative Eric Swalwell (D-CA) who want to cling to the dossier’s accuracy, I want OneSource Media to be a permanent repository of what should be their document of shame.

The report was political opposition research generated by Hillary Clinton and her enablers in cooperation with GPS Fusion.  Mueller was their enforcer.  They selected him.  They held him in the highest esteem.  They relied on him to deliver indictments.  For two years, all we heard was Russia, Russia, Russia and warnings of impending doom, bombshells, and the beginning of the end for President Trump.

They failed!

Now that it’s apparent Mueller failed, the rules are changing.  Proving collusion no longer matters.  Instead, MSNBC’s Katy Tur and her guests (below) want us to look at others indicted by Mueller as proof of Trump’s guilt, even though they have nothing to do with collusion and look more like fruit of the poisonous tree since they wouldn’t have happened if not for the illegitimate mandate of the investigation.

Other anti-Trump activists like Joy Reid and her guests are crying cover-up.

Others, like MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, want Trump to resign in shame like Nixon.

Coincidentally, CNN is airing a new documentary (Tricky Dick) about Richard Nixon. The graphic below is from their promo site.

Meanwhile, House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D-CT) wants to continue the charade.

Even in the face of a credible (for cause) request by Republican House Intelligence Committee members for his resignation, Schiff was defiant, chastising his Republican colleagues for ignoring Russian attempts to provide the Trump camp with damaging information regarding Hillary Clinton.  Forget the fact that the transfer of damaging information never happened.

Thankfully, former House Oversight Committee Chair Trey Gowdy was willing to point out the irony of Schiff’s inane argument, reminding viewers that Hillary Clinton and her enablers actually paid for and received – from Russia – what they perceived to be damaging information against Trump.

It’s insane!

In response to AG Barr’s summary to Congress concerning Mueller’s report, Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Lindsay Graham (R-SC) is seeking the full disclosure of as much of the Mueller report as can be legally released, but he also wants the roots of the poisonous tree exposed.

Likewise, President Trump expressed his outrage during an exclusive interview with Hannity, saying he wants to make sure this treasonous activity never happens to another President. But, he clearly wants to make sure his critics cannot claim he interfered. Instead, President Trump wants to leave it in the hands of those who should shoulder that responsibility, namely AG Barr, the Department of Justice and members of Congress.

As Sean Hannity pressed for background, President Trump intimated that Adam Schiff should be forced out of office for repeatedly lying, and admitted he wants the full release of all pertinent materials that may be made public.

In another Fox appearance, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) explained his position that the public release of the Mueller report should be predicated on the full release of dossier-related communiqués by then Obama administration officials Comey, Brennan, and Clapper to show the origins of how the report began circulation.

It’s time for the American people to see truth, the whole (unredacted) truth, and nothing but the truth so those who wish to obfuscate have nowhere to hide.

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  1. Thanks! Great concise report. Now, I want to see those who are responsible for the entire hoax to be prosecuted. No one should have to endure that kind of lie.

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