Skip to comments.The Mueller Files
Posted on 04/26/2019 12:19:54 PM PDT by detective
When did Mueller become God? wondered Rudy Giuliani after release of the Mueller report. The Trump attorney and former New York mayor was not alone in such sentiments.
On his Fox News program, Mark Levin blasted the Mueller report as a 400-page, $35 million op-ed that amounts to an impeachment report. And after the finding of no collusion, the Democrat-media axis quickly pivoted to the obstruction of justice narrative.
Was Robert Mueller Colluding with Russia? wondered Christopher Roach at American Greatness. What could possibly sow more discord, Roach notes, than suggesting the president broke the law and stole an election by treacherously teaming up with a hostile foreign power? That is hardly the only question about the special counsel with the Easter Island stone face, a runner-up for the Time Magazines Person of the Year award last year.
Like his pal James Comey, Mueller was not an FBI man who rose through the ranks. Even so, two months before 9/11, Mueller defended the FBI over blunders such as Waco, Ruby Ridge, and Robert Hanssen, the FBI man who spied for Russia. Mueller proclaimed that, if confirmed, I will make it my highest priority to restore the public's confidence in the FBI and to re-earn the faith and trust of the American people.
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Mueller is scum.
Want to end all the bombshells? Make sure that this never happens again? Simple, start by arresting Strzok and Page as unlawful combatants. Ship them to Gitmo and wait. They’ll sing in less than a week. Rinse and repeat.
There was a Russia connection in the anthrax case as well - Ken Alibek. Not to mention Meryl Nass’s Cuba connections.
Always thought it weird that Ali A Timimi a son of Iraqi immigrants was given so many life sentences for his paintball cell -though nothing relating to anthrax [in spite of his proximity to the investigation and to Alibek and other characters] compared to other terrorists ...and not a peep was heard out of him or his lawyers since sentencing, while we hear from the shoebomber Reid from time to time and other terrorists. Other terrorists have had their apologists and human rights activists , but Timimi has had none of it. The press hounded several dubious suspects in the case, even mentioned the Egyptian guy but never touched Tamimi. It was as if there was a force field around him.
Mueller and spy Robert Hanssen...
Reminds me of this look into media presstitution with leaky officials:
But on today’s AM Joy, MSNBC terrorism expert Malcolm Nance bragged: “I know some of the spy-catchers in FBI counter-intelligence, guys who have taken down big names, like Aldrich Ames and Victor Davis Hanson.” Nance presumably had in mind Robert Philip Hanssen, a former FBI agent who was convicted in 2001 of spying for the Soviet Union and later the Russians.
Well, this is interesting. I forgot the Hanssen prosecutors used a Russian dossier against Hanssen.
How FBI paid $12m to unmask a traitor Robert Hanssen
The New York Times ^ | October 19 2002 | By David Johnston in Washington
The FBI paid $US7 million ($12.7million) to a former Russian intelligence officer to smuggle out of Moscow a secret KGB file that unmasked a veteran FBI agent as a spy for Russia, according to a new book about the case.
Although it was known that the FBI got the file from a Russian source, it was not known just how much it cost the bureau to find the agent, Robert Hanssen, or that the former KGB officer, whose name is not disclosed in the book, was secretly relocated to the United States.
Bill Gertz, "New life for old warriors of KGB: KGB's warriors come in from the Soviet cold: FORMER INTELLIGENCE OFFICIALS WHO ONCE FOUGHT FOR COMMUNISM ARE DISCOVERING THE JOYS OF CAPITALISM", 11/15/1992
Gen. Drozdov, 67, once a feared and respected KGB leader, gave up a quiet retirement to form the business consulting firm Namakon earlier this year with two KGB veterans. . .Namakon is also considering cooperative ventures with former CIA counterterrorist official Vincent Cannistraro, now a private consultant, and with Mr. Burke's Parvus-Jericho, whose staff includes numerous former U.S. intelligence officials.
Compare with the Dmitri Alperowitz family and Crowdstrike.
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