Mueller’s Corrupt “Pit Bull” Andrew Weissmann Offers Advice to Democrats For Their Sham Impeachment Proceedings Against Trump (VIDEO)

Mueller’s corrupt top prosecutor Andrew Weissmann appeared on MSNBC Wednesday evening to advise the Democrats on how to navigate their impeachment proceedings against President Trump.

“The key thing that the Democrats have to think about is, where are you going to be at the end? What is it that you’re going to be asking people to really care about? And you need to find out — and make the case for why should there be impeachment where people vote to convict as opposed to acquit now, and not sort of let it go to the election?” Weissmann said to MSNBC’s Chuck Todd.

Weissmann said the House Democrats “needed to focus on that this was about election interference in our election” and to keep comparing Trump to Nixon.

But the media told us that Andrew Weissmann, who worked as Mueller’s top prosecutor on the Trump-Russia collusion hoax, was a bipartisan, well-respected lawyer.


Weissmann is a corrupt prosecutor who should have been disbarred many years ago going back to the Arthur Andersen debacle.

Mueller and Weissmann made up a crime that resulted in the complete destruction of Arthur Andersen and the loss of more than 80,000 jobs for those employed by this corporation. This crime was eventually overturned by the US Supreme Court unanimously but it was far too late for all involved because the company was totally destroyed years before the Supreme Court decision.

Dirty cop Robert Mueller and his partner-in-crime Andrew Weissmann created crimes out of thin air and destroyed many lives over the years.

RELATED: At Least FIVE TIMES Dirty Cop Mueller and Andrew Weissmann created crimes that Resulted in Indictments of Thousands of Innocent Individuals and Companies.

Conservatives slammed Weissmann and called him a corrupt political hack.

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