Robert Mueller’s witch hunt against President Trump is focusing in on a June 2016 Trump Tower meeting.
Donald Trump, Jr. met with a group of Russians who promised dirt on Hillary Clinton.
And newly revealed testimony exposed the truth about Mueller’s investigation.
Anti-Trump journalists salivated over the revelation that Donald Trump, Jr. took a meeting with a Russian lawyer promising dirt on Hillary Clinton.
Trump, Jr. was approached by Rob Goldstone, a music producer known to the Trump family from the 2013 Miss Universe Pageant.
Goldstone pitched the meeting as part of the Russian government’s support for Trump.
This smelled like the first evidence of collusion.
But like every supposed bombshell, this fizzled out under closer scrutiny.
No information changed hands.
The Russians actually wanted the meeting to lobby the Trump campaign about supporting easing sanctions on Russian adoption.
And Goldstone testified he had no idea if the government was actually supporting Trump.
He testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee that he wrote that email based on how he saw Russian officials speaking of Trump on TV.
Breitbart reports Goldstone testified:
What I meant in that was that I had been, at that time, probably 12 or 13 times to Russia, including I had been in Russia with Mr. Trump during the Miss Universe Organization pageant. I had seen and heard first hand people of all levels, whether it was business people, whether it was friends of Emin, friends of his father, talk in very glowing terms about Mr. Trump. I had also seen on television in Russia many, many reports in which government officials, including the President, Mr. Putin, had praised Mr. Trump, who, in turn, I had seen on CNN had praised Mr. Putin.
So what I was trying to say there was, look, here, Emin may have this information. This is yet another example of Russian support for you and your father.
If Mueller is holding out hope that the Trump Tower meeting will produce evidence of collusion it is just another example that his investigation is a witch hunt based on a hoax.