On May 17, 2017 Deputy and Acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein signed the document to appoint former FBI Chief Robert Mueller as Special Counsel to investigate President Trump on collusion with Russia during the 2016 campaign.
Rosenstein knew at the time there was no collusion but ordered the Special Counsel anyway in one of their many attempts to take down President Trump
Rosenstein then approved the appointment of controversial far-left Democrat Andrew Weissmann to assist in running the Special Counsel. Rosenstein knew Weissmann would run the operation because he knew Robert Mueller was suffering from severe dementia and was incapable of finding the coffee room down the hallway.
This was one of the many lies by the Department of Justice and FBI in the last 6 years proving a corrupt, two-tiered legal system in the country today.
Weissmann then hired all far-left Hillary supporting attorneys and went to work. Weissmann indicted and jailed Trump associates on process crimes. He refused to investigate the criminal actions of the Obama administration’s spying on candidate Trump. Weissmann indicted Russian operatives and companies to appear legitimate. Weissmann harassed Trump officials for two years in the hope that someone would fabricate a story so he could indict Trump.
And the rest is history.
And in July 2019 the country found out Rod Rosenstein and Andrew Weissmann used Robert Mueller in their plot to remove President Trump.
It was very clear from Mueller’s testimony that he is suffering from severe dementia.
Rosenstein and Weissman knew this.
That’s why Mueller NEVER attended the meetings with Trump lawyers.
Rosenstein and Andrew Weissmann knew Robert Mueller was suffering from severe dementia. They used him anyway to convince the American public that their nefarious plot to remove the president was legitimate. They are liars and crooks.
And now in his new book even pencil-neck Adam Schiff admitted that Mueller was completely witless during the special counsel.
FNC: “Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said in his new book it was ‘heartbreaking’ to witness Robert Mueller’s mental state during his 2019 testimony on the Russia probe.
Mueller, 77, was appointed special counsel in May 2017 to oversee an investigation into allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. In July 2019, Mueller testified on his findings, which determined the Russian government did interfere with the election but that there was no evidence of Russian collusion with then-candidate Trump.