Robert Mueller’s corrupt investigation into Donald Trump is rolling toward a conclusion.
The special counsel is honing in on one event to use to take down Trump.
And he could be planning to charge Trump with this crime.
Mueller was initially tasked to investigate Russian meddling in the 2016 elections and allegations the Trump campaign colluded with Moscow.
That turned out to be a hoax.
So he has zeroed in on the 18 days after which the Trump administration was informed former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn was not truthful about his conversations with the Russian Ambassador and when he was forced out.
This is an outrageous abuse of power, but Mueller’s purpose was never to determine the truth.
His only task was to find grounds to impeach the President.
So he is looking to see if Trump instructed Flynn to lie and charge him with obstruction of justice.
NBC News reports:
“The obstruction of justice question could hinge on when Trump knew about the content of Flynn’s conversations with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S. during the transition, which were at the crux of Yates’s warning, and when the president learned Flynn had lied about those conversations to the FBI, according to two people familiar with the Mueller probe.
Flynn pleaded guilty earlier this month to lying to the FBI on Jan. 24, an interview that took place the day after he was sworn in as national security adviser.
Yates has testified to Congress that she informed McGahn on Jan. 26 that Flynn had not been truthful in statements to senior members of the Trump team, including Vice President Mike Pence, when he said he did not discuss U.S. sanctions with Russia’s ambassador, Sergey Kislyak. Yates said Flynn was susceptible to blackmail by the Russians because he had lied about the contents of a phone call with Kislyak.
Trump’s legal team and senior White House aides are refusing to say when and how the president first learned that Flynn had lied to the FBI. Yates testified that in her Jan. 26 meeting with McGahn he asked her about the content of Flynn’s FBI interview.
“Mr. McGahn asked me how he did and I declined to give him an answer to that,” Yates testified in May. She told Congress that it would have been inappropriate for her to tell McGahn whether Flynn had been truthful.”
The Mueller investigation is illegitimate and corrupt.
Since he has found no evidence of collusion, he should file a report and be on his way.
But the swamp will not allow that.
Mueller is their tool to remove Trump from office.
So he will dig in every nook and cranny of the administration – even if they have nothing to do with the original parameters of the investigation – to conjure up grounds for Congress to use to impeach Trump.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.