Footage Resurfaces of Robert Mueller Casually Saying He ‘Likes Putting People in Jail’ (VIDEO)

In a speech at Georgetown University in June of 2014, Robert Mueller revealed he became a prosecutor because he liked “putting people in jail.” The footage has resurfaced thanks to Patrick Howley of Big League Politics. 

“The question that is raised in my mind and it’s raised in others is, well, you didn’t join the FBI to do this kind of work, you joined the FBI to put people in jail. I became a prosecutor because I like putting people in jail, and going through the trials. But the fact of the matter is, for the FBI, you have to be adept and agile in addressing that next threat. And while you keep your culture, while you keep your values, you have to develop new organizational structures to address the new threat and move on, but that does not necessarily mean that everybody is going to be happy,” Mueller told Georgetown University. [Partial transcript written by Big League Politics]

Unlike the mainstream media, The Gateway Pundit has long believed the chief objective of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation is to nullify the results of the 2016 presidential election.

In fact, while both liberals and conservatives declared the ‘honorable,’ ‘highly respected,’ Mueller was the correct man to lead the Russia probe, this website expressed deep reservations about the special counsel’s character and history as a prosecutor. Does a noble person become a civil servant with the hopes of putting others in prison?

The footage is making the rounds amid reports a highly anticipated meeting between Trump lawyers and special counsel investigators. An attorney for the President is demanding Mueller return transition documents believed to be unlawfully obtained.

According to Axios boss Mike Allen, special counsel Robert Mueller secretly got his hands on “many tens of thousands,” of emails exchanged by Trump transition officials. Trump lawyer Kory Langhofer penned a blistering response to the news, accusing Mueller of unlawfully obtaining transition documents.

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