Robert Mueller is always portrayed in the anti-Trump media as a “by the book” prosecutor who calls it like he sees it.
But that couldn’t be farther from the truth.
Mueller is hiding a dark secret that could ruin him if it go out.
Americans were stunned when Simona Mangiante – the wife of George Papadopoulos – gave a shocking interview with the Daily Caller where she detailed the truth about her husband’s role in the Mueller investigation.
Papadopoulos pled guilty to one count of lying to the FBI about when he met with Maltese professor Joseph Mifsud who allegedly told him the Russians had damaging material on Hillary Clinton.
Mangiante strongly denied that Papadopoulos was involved in any sort of Russian collusion, but she did reveal why he pled guilty to such a minor process crime.
Mueller was threatening to grind up Papadopoulos with charges of being an Israeli agent.
The Daily Caller reports,
“Mangiante also said Papadopoulos “pled guilty because [Mueller’s prosecutors] threatened to charge him with being an Israeli agent.”
This is not the first time Mueller has chased the ghosts of Israeli spies.
And it is leading critics to raise an uncomfortable question about whether Mueller has a bias against Israel.
When Mueller was the FBI Director, the Bureau concocted a plan to entrap two American Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) lobbyists into accepting and transmitting classified information to Israel.
The scheme involved undercover agents feeding false information that U.S. and Israeli officials in Iraq were in life-threatening danger and the government wouldn’t lift a finger to protect them.
Keith Weissman and Steve Rosen – the two lobbyists Mueller worked to entrap – turned around and essentially shouted the information from the rooftops and offered it to anyone they could because they thought it was the only way to save the lives of the endangered officials.
They even pushed the Washington Post to publish the information in the hopes it would alert the public and force the U.S. government to take action to save lives.
The two were charged under a section of the Espionage Act—which had never before been used to successfully prosecute private citizens.
Mueller saw the case end in disgrace when the government dropped all charges against Weissman and Rosen after three-and-a-half years of legal battles.
That wasn’t the only time Mueller saw questionable Israeli agents under every bed.
During the current Russia investigation, Mueller reportedly has dug into Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, for maneuvering the incoming administration to oppose the Obama administration’s support of a resolution condemning Israeli settlements in the West Bank.
The Israel thing is becoming a pattern. Mueller also heckled Flynn over pro-Israel engagement. He reportedly scrutinized Jared Kushner’s fight against the Obama-approved anti-Israel resolution at the United Nations.
Does Mueller have an Israel problem?https://t.co/Qyl5Gr11Y6
— Jordan Schachtel (@JordanSchachtel) June 4, 2018
The Mueller investigation is a train wreck.
The special counsel has uncovered no evidence of collusion, nor has he charged anyone with a conspiracy to coordinate with a foreign power to influence the election.
Now Mueller’s tactics in strong-arming Papadopoulos are forcing a closer re-examination of Mueller’s history with chasing imaginary Israeli agents.
Critics are wondering if the special counsel has an Israel problem.
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