One key FBI statement shows that Robert Mueller was willing to send an innocent man to prison.
All for a cheap attack on President Trump.
Robert Mueller made one huge mistake that could put him behind bars.
The Mueller investigation wasn’t set up to find the truth.
It was started by Democrats to attack President Trump and draw attention away from the fact that the FBI under Obama misused their power in order to spy on the Trump campaign.
But in the end, the Mueller report didn’t find any evidence that Trump’s campaign was colluding with the Russians.
He did try to twist the information he had to make Trump look as bad as possible and according to a top Republican, Mueller took it so far that he filed criminal accusations against a man when the FBI reports didn’t line up with Mueller’s claims.
Rep. Devin Nunes says that the case against Trump adviser George Papadopoulos doesn’t add up.
He also says he’s going to contact the Justice Department and make recommendations based off his findings.
“Remember the whole story that Papadopoulos needed to be really treated badly and sentenced to some time because he really stopped the FBI from being able to find Joseph Mifsud?” Nunes asked Fox News host Laura Ingraham. “Well, it ends up that’s not true. That’s not what the 302s say. The 302s actually say that Papadopoulos was actually trying to help the FBI, and they’re the ones that said that Mifsud was going to be in the United States.”
“The lawyers that wrote that to the court, that recommendation to the court, they need to be held accountable,” Nunes continues, “we’re scrubbing through all of these 302s, and we will be making some type of criminal referral.”
Devin Nunes referenced a recent article in Just The News which said:
According to the sentencing memo signed by Zelinsky and fellow Mueller prosecutors Jeannie Rhee and Andrew Goldstein: Papadopoulos’ “lies undermined investigators’ ability to challenge the Professor or potentially detain or arrest him while he was still in the United States. The government understands that the Professor left the United States on February 11, 2017 and he has not returned to the United States since then.”
But FBI 302 reports detailing agents’ interviews with Papadopoulos show that he had in fact supplied information that would have enabled investigators to challenge or potentially detain or arrest Mifsud while he was in the United States.
Papadopoulos, a former volunteer foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign, told agents during an interview on Feb. 10, 2017 that he “inquired to Mifsud about how he knew the Russians had [Clinton’s] emails, to which Mifsud strangely chuckled and responded, ‘they told me they have them.’”
Papadopoulos was sentenced to 14 days in prison for impeding the FBI’s investigation.
“I love this country,” Papadopoulos said. “The last thing I tried to do was hinder an investigation I thought was serious at the time.”
The fact that Mueller seems to have twisted his facts to put an innocent man in prison shows how corrupt his investigation was.