Robert Mueller never saw his downfall coming.
The special counsel’s team of Democrats had just launched a new front in their war to impeach President Trump.
But this hidden document was the smoking gun that proved Mueller was guilty of the one thing that will be his downfall.
Days after Attorney General William Barr released a summary of the special counsel’s main findings— which had cleared the President of collusion with Russia and left the obstruction of justice question up to the Justice Department—Democrat operatives on the Mueller team began leaking to the press.
These partisan prosecutors seeded the fake news media with stories about how Barr supposedly “mischaracterized” their work and left unflattering information about Trump out of his four page summary letter.
There was just one problem.
Mueller and his team were guilty of an even worse offense—mischaracterizing their own work to frame Trump.
Last year, Senators Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina – the two top Republicans on the Judiciary Committee – fired off a letter to the Justice Department describing some unethical actions committed by Mueller’s team.
Grassley and Graham described how the Mueller team misrepresented Trump campaign emails from then-campaign aide George Papadopoulos, who was supposedly trying to set up a meeting between the campaign staff and Russian government officials.
Mueller made it seem like the Trump campaign wanted to have the meeting, but Grassley and Graham pointed out that a full reading of the emails showed the campaign actually wanted “low level” staff to reject any overtures.
“In addition, on November 16, 2017, the Committee wrote to Special Counsel Mueller regarding the selective use of emails in the George Papadopoulos Statement of Offense. As one example, in the absence of additional context, news outlets have seized on the fragment cited in the Statement’s footnote to suggest that a Trump “Campaign official suggested ‘low level’ staff should go to Russia.” The Trump Campaign voluntarily provided copies of many emails to multiple congressional committees. In full context, the emails in question actually show that the Trump Campaign wanted someone “low level” to decline these types of invitations,” Grassley and Graham wrote.
“Another citation was reported by some news outlets as evidence that the campaign, notably Papadopoulos and Sam Clovis, encouraged personnel to meet with the Russians.4 However, additional context shows that Papadopoulos had conversations with representatives from multiple governments, not just Russia, and that Clovis had opposed any trip to Russia for Mr. Trump and the campaign,” the Senators letter continued.
Give these deceitful acts by Mueller and his pack of Democrat pit bull prosecutors, many Americans have a hard time taking the press stories about Barr “mischaracterizing” the special counsel’s work seriously.
For one, Mueller never charged any Americans with conspiring with Russia.
So when Attorney General Barr said Mueller and his team found no evidence of criminal conspiracy with Russia, that was 100 percent accurate.
Barr also said that the Mueller team found evidence on both sides of the obstruction case, but had left the determination up to the Justice Department on how to proceed.
And Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein both agreed there was no obstruction of justice.
Nothing in the Mueller report will contradict these facts.
So, this only means that Mueller and his team have, once again, been caught lying.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.