REPORT: Mueller Prepares More Court Filings on “Trumpworld” Officials For the Crime of Speaking with Russians
King Robert Mueller
According to a new report by the Daily Beast, Robert Mueller is preparing more court filings for people in “Trumpworld” for talking to Russians about allegedly easing US sanctions.
Robert Mueller is an unelected special prosecutor who was never even confirmed by the Senate yet he wields more power than the President of the United States.
How is it in Mueller’s authority to question the Trump administration about their foreign policy decisions?
The Daily Beast reported:
For more than a year, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office has questioned witnesses broadly about their interactions with well-connected Russians. But three sources familiar with Mueller’s probe told The Daily Beast that his team is now zeroing in on Trumpworld figures who may have attempted to shape the administration’s foreign policy by offering to ease U.S. sanctions on Russia.
The Special Counsel’s Office is preparing court filings that are expected to detail Trump associates’ conversations about sanctions relief—and spell out how those offers and counter-proposals were characterized to top figures on the campaign and in the administration, those same sources said.
So Mueller went from hunting for evidence of “Russian collusion” to having an interest in the Trump transition discussing sanctions with Russia.
According to a leak to the Washington Post in February of 2017, General Flynn discussed sanctions with Russian Ambassador Kislyak during the transition — this is not a crime, but Mueller isn’t interested in justice.
Furthermore, the “senior Obama administration official” still has not been prosecuted for unmasking General Flynn and illegally leaking his highly classified intercepts to WaPo.
Now, according to the Daily Beast, Mueller is looking at several other individuals in Trump’s inner circle who were planning on putting pressure on various parts of government to ease sanctions on Russia.
The Obama administration put sanctions on Russia several years ago following its annexation from Crimea and the Trump administration has only increased those sanctions.
The Trump administration didn’t ease sanctions on Russia, but Mueller will still use this topic as another means to intimidate and imprison Trump’s inner circle.
The new Attorney General must immediately put an end to Mueller’s reign as an untouchable King.