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MUELLER Is a Slime-Bag (in the way he used a partisan team in his investigation)

Slimy Innuendo Campaign: Robert Mueller Managed to Omit 5 Pieces of Information From His Report On The Trump Tower Meeting in Order to Smear President Trump

... BUT his Report destroyed some anti-Trump LIES

Mueller Report Blows Up String of Anonymously-Sourced Fake News Media Stories That Were Touted as ‘Bombshells’

"TRUMP TEAM DID NOT ENGAGE "

As I posted on Thursday, one of the things the Mueller report did was effectively debunk the entire story of the June 9, 2016 meeting at Trump Tower between several members of President Trump’s inner circle and a Russian lawyer with ties to the Kremlin. This is the summary from the Mueller report:

On June 9, 2016, senior representatives of the Trump Campaign met in Trump Tower with a Russian attorney expecting to receive derogatory information about Hillary Clinton from the Russian government. The meeting was proposed to Donald Trump Jr. in an email from Robert Goldstone, at the request of his then?client Emin Agalarov, the son of Russian real-estate developer Aras Agalarov. Goldstone relayed to Trump Jr. that the “Crown prosecutor of Russia . . . offered to provide the Trump Campaign with some official documents and information that would incriminate Hillary and her dealings with Russia” as “part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump.” Trump Jr. immediately responded that “if it’s what you say I love it,” and arranged the meeting through a series of emails and telephone calls.

Trump Jr. invited campaign chairman Paul Manafort and senior adviser Jared Kushner to attend the meeting, and both attended. Members of the Campaign discussed the meeting before it occurred, and Michael Cohen recalled that Trump Jr. may have told candidate Trump about an upcoming meeting to receive adverse information about Clinton, without linking the meeting to Russia. According to written answers submitted by President Trump, he has no recollection of learning of the meeting at the time, and the Office found no documentary evidence showing that he was made aware of the meeting?or its Russian connection?before it occurred.

The Russian attorney who spoke at the meeting, Natalia Veselnitskaya, had previously worked for the Russian government and maintained a relationship with that government throughout this period of time. She claimed that funds derived from illegal activities in Russia were provided to Hillary Clinton and other Democrats. Trump Jr. requested evidence to support those claims, but Veselnitskaya did not provide such information. She and her associates then turned to a critique of the origins of the Magnitsky Act, a 2012 statute that imposed financial and travel sanctions on Russian officials and that resulted in a retaliatory ban on adoptions of Russian children. Trump Jr. suggested that the issue could be revisited when and if candidate Trump was elected. After the election, Veselnitskaya made additional efforts to follow up on the meeting, but the Trump Transition Team did not engage.

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Mueller and the 9/11 Cover Up

FLASHBACK 1/27/2018: Court Documents Show Mueller Involved in 9/11 Cover-up

Recently uncovered court documents related to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s time as FBI Director show his lack of anything resembling credibility. The man who is responsible for investigating allegations of Trump/Russia collusion was involved in releasing deceptive statements that helped cover up a Saudi family’s involvement in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks that shocked America and helped launch the modern surveillance state.

Mueller led the FBI from September 4, 2001 to September 4, 2013. One week after Mueller assumed his new job, 19 al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four airliners, using three of them to destroy the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York and severely damage the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives that day and more than another 6,000 were injured, many of them later dying from their injuries.

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"Why did we get involved in an investigation that turned out to be... a Big Nothing?"

BYRON YORK & MARK LEVIN ON "LIFE, LIBERTY & LEVIN APRIL 20, 2019

"There were a bunch of people PUSHING the Idea"

"Democrats who have a big Media advantage... were able to Leverage this"

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Mueller's Report gives us only ONE SIDE of the story

Giuliani: Mueller report contains inaccuracies about Trump

 

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FULL DESCENT into Trump derangement syndrome

Judge Jeanine: No collusion. No obstruction. Enough already

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Prof Dersho. speaks sense here

FAILING GRADES : "The media comes off as awful, terrible."

Dershowitz: Mueller should have made a decision on obstruction

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RUDY: "No need for a counter-report" (yet)... "the public debate is proceeding"

Mueller report "is a warped report"

Giuliani: Mueller had conflicts of interest

 

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"Why do they need 400 pages... To tell us THERE WAS NO COLLUSION?"

"They lied!  They should be investigated!"

Volume No2 "is an Impeachment Report...They wrote it for CNN, Nadler and Schiff"

Life, Liberty & Levin 4/21/19 : SPECIAL REPORT

"You and I knew there was no collusion from Day 1"

The Special Prosecutor : "How did he get appointed?"

M Smith
Levin crushed it today
NPC Junk Ogre, TYT Head NPC
I love when Mark Levin goes full blown beast mode and goes on these awesome tirades.
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Looking at the REPORT in Depth, by a genuine reporter, Tracy Beanz

Mueller Report: Volume I Summary

 

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Andrew McCarthy: Mueller dropped the ball

 

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A WORSE HOAX?

Mr. President—Listen to Bill Binney. Russiagate is a Worse Hoax than You Thought

 

 

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RussiaGate Is Only Half Over, but the Collapse of the US Has Already Begun

Unfortunately for the nation, the RussiaGate fiasco is only half over. There is just too much documented official turpitude on the public record for the authorities to answer for and the institutional damage runs too deep. Act One, the Mueller investigation, was a 22-month circle-jerk of prosecutorial misconduct and media malfeasance.

Act Two will be the circular firing squad of former officials assassinating each other’s character to desperately avoid prosecution.

 

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"Hollow And Laughable": Russia Issues Own Scathing 120-page Reaction To Mueller Report

One day following last Thursday's bombshell Mueller report — or rather we should say the report which ended three years of nonstop 'Russiagate' hysteria with a not-so-dramatic whimper — the Russian embassy in the US issued its own scathing report, calling the collusion conspiracy which Mueller's team sought to uncover "hollow and laughable".

The Russian embassy also said it was "no surprise" that the investigation delivered "no tangible result" in its own massive 120-page study, released online Friday, even the title of which pulled no punches — The Russiagate Hysteria: A Case of Severe Russiaphobia.

The publication blasted a list of "groundless accusations" repeated since Trump's 2016 election, including allegations of Russian election meddling, the Kremlin's supposedly being behind the DNC hack, as well as Trump's working with Russian intelligence.

It concluded in the wake of the Mueller report:

The investigation... didn't show any real evidence to back up claims of Moscow's cyberattacks and attempts to "subvert democracy".

Though Mueller's report failed to deliver on much of what the mainstream hyped over the years, it did point to efforts of Russian "interference" in US elections and alleged that Russian military intelligence was complicit in “hacking” the DNC.

"An obvious conclusion is reached – there was no collusion" the English language Russian report asserts. 

The report reads:

After three years, more than 8,000 publications in just four main outlets (Washington Post, New York Times, CNN and MSNBC), endless congressional inquiries, 22 months of the work of Robert Mueller that cost taxpayers an estimated $32 million, more than 2,800 subpoenas, 500 witnesses interrogated, and as many search warrants, an obvious conclusion is reached – there was no collusion.

The report also outlines multiple instances where Moscow had "fruitlessly" asked Washington to provide "hard proof" of the allegations, even going so far to offer cooperation in any investigation, but “the US refused every single time.”

During the entirety of the ordeal, the embassy report finds, “All this time, Russia pointed to the obvious made-up nature of these insinuations.”

Meanwhile, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov ripped continued lack of US cooperation related to already agreed upon US-Russia initiatives to foster US-Russian economic and business ties. 

. . . In the aftermath the embassy called for the US and Moscow to “join efforts to repair the damage to bilateral relations,” and further expressed hope that the "end of the Mueller saga would contribute to further dispelling the smoke and mirrors on this topic." 

The full report compiled by the Russian Embassy in the US can be accessed here

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Voters think Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report is unlikely to help congressional Democrats impeach President Trump, but they expect reporters to try to hurt the president with it if they can.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 58% of Likely U.S. Voters say the findings in the Mueller report are unlikely to lead to Trump’s impeachment, with 33% who say it’s Not At All Likely. Thirty-three percent (33%) disagree and say the report is likely to help impeach the president, but that includes only 14% who feel it’s Very Likely.

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Thursday shows that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-eight percent (48%) disapprove.

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