Special counsel Robert Mueller targeted President Donald Trump for destruction.
Mueller led the Deep State campaign to take down President Trump by framing him for collusion with Russia.
That all ended when the last person anyone ever expected stepped forward and shut down the plan to charge Trump with treason.
Robert Mueller’s Plan To Destroy President Donald Trump Takes Shape
Starting in 2016, Deep State agents floated wild conspiracies about Donald Trump and his associates colluding with Russia.
Former CIA Director John Brennan schemed to inject these charges into the 2016 election by briefing Harry Reid.
Reid turned around and leaked the charges in a letter, but the press ignored the story to chase other anti-Trump attacks.
The press noticed the collusion narrative when CNN reported the existence of the Christopher Steele dossier.
When Buzzfeed posted the dossier, anti-Trump journalists claimed there was proof of collusion.
The dossier forged the basis of Congressional investigations into Russian collusion.
When Rod Rosenstein named Mueller special counsel, his goal was to prove the dossier true.
The Charges Of Collusion In The Dossier Collapse
Steele wrote that Trump lawyer Michael Cohen went to Prague in 2016.
In Prague, Cohen met with Russians to hatch a plan to steal the 2016 election.
“Thirteen references to Mr. Cohen are false in the dossier, but he has never been to Prague in his life,” Cohen’s attorney Lanny Davis stated.
Davis went on MSNBC and shot down the rumors of Cohen traveling to Prague.
“Never. Never in Prague. Did I make that – Never, never in Prague. Ever, ever,” Davis declared.
Davis finished putting the rumor to rest stating, “The dossier – so-called – mentions his name 14 times – one of which is a meeting with Russians in Prague. 14 times it was false.”
Mueller has not charged any Trump associate with collusion.
News outlets reported in the spring that the special counsel had evidence Cohen went to Prague.
Cohen shot down those stories.
And now Davis’s statements put the claim that Cohen colluded with Russians in Prague to bed.
Cohen’s lawyer ended Mueller’s chance to pin a collusion charge on Trump and his campaign.
Mueller Running Out Of Suspects
Mueller did not charge Paul Manafort with collusion.
Steele named Manafort in the dossier as being guilty of colluding with Russia.
Cohen denied going to Prague to meet with Russians.
Cohen and Manafort were two prime suspects in the collusion probe.
If Mueller won’t charge them with collusion, who is left as a suspect?
The special counsel’s investigators focused on Trump friend Roger Stone.
Stone denied any Russian collusion.
Mueller dug through all of Stone’s friends and coworkers to find evidence Stone worked with WikiLeaks on releasing Democrat emails in 2016.
No one told Mueller they knew of any proof Stone colluded on the email hacks.
His job was to prove Trump and his campaign colluded with Russia.
He turned over every rock he could find and still came up empty.
We will keep you up to date on any news in the Robert Mueller witch-hunt as it develops.