Robert Mueller staged his most daring attack on President Trump.
Mueller indicted Roger Stone on seven felony counts and ordered the FBI to terrorize him at his home.
But there was one truth about this case Mueller wanted to bury that could bring down his investigation for good.
Nowhere in this indictment did Mueller accuse Stone of communicating or coordinating with WikiLeaks or coming into possession of hacked emails.
Former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy noted that this indictment means Mueller and the FBI have known for over a year that there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government.
Andy McCarthy: “I read that indictment, and what it says to me is that the special counsel and the FBI have known for at least a year, probably much longer than that that there is no espionage conspiracy and there was none between the Kremlin and the Trump campaign”
— Saagar Enjeti (@esaagar) January 25, 2019
The fake news media did their best to ignore this fact.
But even Mueller had to concede in his court filing that neither Stone nor the Trump campaign was actually in contact with WikiLeaks or trafficked stolen emails.
This was a massive letdown for the anti-Trump media that spent two years portraying Roger Stone as an international agent of intrigue.
All their hopes were dashed.
And it was by Robert Mueller – of all people – in a criminal indictment.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.