It’s Happening: Congressional Investigators Looking at “Number of False Statements” Made by Mueller and Lies About Mifsud

As TGP reported earlier this week the Mueller report, produced by a gang of conflicted Hillary supporters, is full of holes and misrepresentations.

One of the significant questions that comes out of the report was why Mueller and gang did not find it beneficial or important to identify the Steele dossier in its report.  The dossier is barely mentioned in Mueller’s report:

The infamous Steele dossier, which served as the FBI’s roadmap to its investigation into Trump campaign collusion, is barely mentioned in the special counsel’s report, released on Thursday.

The word “dossier” doesn’t appear at all in the partially redacted report. Fusion GPS, the firm that hired Steele on behalf of the Clinton campaign, is also not discussed. And Christopher Steele, a former British spy who wrote the dossier, is mentioned by name only 14 times in the 448-page document.

This was the incriminating document that was used over and over to spy on candidate and President Trump and it is basically omitted by the Mueller gang in its report.

Now this…

 

Congressional investigators are looking at a number of “false statements” in the report including Mueller’s misrepresentations on pretext to launch the investigation.
Via Paul Sperry:

Mueller also omitted information on deep state spy Joseph Mifsud.

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