Illusive Facts Behind – Ahead – Of The Mueller Investigation

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By Ruby Henley

The Mueller Investigation has some very peculiar facts behind it, but many have not been revealed. I would like to go over them in this article.  Also, we will look at what lies ahead now that the Investigation seems to be over. In this political environment one cannot count on anything being properly executed.

In May of 2017, the Justice Department appointed a special counsel to investigate possible coordination between President Trump’s associates and Russian officials. The President insisted there was no “collusion’’ with the Kremlin.

Robert S. Mueller III, a former prosecutor who served as the FBI director from 2001 to 2013, was the chosen one Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein announced.  Calls for a special counsel intensified after Trump fired FBI Director James B. Comey.

I would like to point out the very peculiar facts involved in the firing of James Comey and the hiring of Robert Mueller as special counsel.

1} The decision to appoint a special counsel came a day after it was revealed that notes taken by Comey recount a conversation with the president in which Trump allegedly asked him to drop an investigation into his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn. Therefore, the firing of Comey had to have ignited the fire that started the investigation.

Yet this is absurd!  The FBI Director serves at the pleasure of the President.  President Trump had every right to fire Comey if he wished.

2}  Here is a fact I just discovered.  Mueller had the power to prosecute the leaking of classified  information connected to the Russia probe. What about the leaking of classified information by Hillary Clinton? And please remember that Comey sent information to the news media via his friend.

3}  Plus Mueller should have recused himself as special counsel.  Why? Remember when Sessions did that? Mueller worked, until his appointment as special counsel, at the law firm of  WilmerHale. This same firm represented Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who has been under investigation relating to his work and payments for advising Ukrainian government officials. Officials referred questions about possible recusals on those subjects to Mueller, who didn’t respond to requests for comment.

But Jeff Sessions put Trump in a difficult position when he recused himself, but he did it anyway!

4} I want to point out that Rod Rosenstein had sent President Trump a very stern letter recommending that he fire James Comey.  It spoke of Comey as very incompetent. President Trump was being encouraged by the very man who turned on him after he fired Comey to fire him.

Rosenstein said in the letter to President Trump that Comey had violated long-standing Justice Department practices in his handling of the investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server.  I am going to say at this point my theory is that Rosenstein was threatened in some way after he wrote the letter to President Trump, as Rosenstein has played a pivotal role in the Mueller investigation.

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I would say that it all sounds like a false flag, but why would what purpose would it serve?


Does the following indicate the true purpose of the Mueller investigation?

QUOTE – The FBI’s counterintelligence investigation into potential ties between the Trump campaign and Russia initially focused on four Americans and whether they were connected to Russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election, former FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers during hours of closed-door questioning.

Comey did not identify the Americans but said President Donald Trump, then the Republican candidate, was not among them.

In offering some details of the investigation’s origins, Comey said it started in July 2016 with a look at “four Americans who had some connection to Mr. Trump” during that summer and whether they were tied to “the Russian interference effort.” The campaign itself, he said, was not investigation at that time.

That October, the FBI obtained a secret search warrant to monitor the communications of a Trump campaign adviser, Carter Page, on suspicions he was acting as a foreign agent — something he has denied.

Multiple Trump associates, including Papadopoulos, former national security adviser Michael Flynn and Trump’s former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, have pleaded guilty to lying about their interactions with Russians during the campaign and presidential transition period. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort’s foreign dealings, including to an associate the U.S. says has ties to Russian intelligence, has also attracted law enforcement scrutiny.

Comey reiterated to lawmakers that it was the 2016 Papadopoulos encounter with a Russian intermediary in London that ignited the Russia investigation, rather than — as some Republicans have maintained — Democratic-funded opposition research compiled by a former British spy.

“It was weeks or months later that the so-called Steele dossier came to our attention,” Comey said. END OF QUOTE

Read Newsmax: Comey: FBI Probe of Russia Initially Looked at 4 Americans |


Here is some breaking news, which is mysterious, and I do not think we have heard the last from the Mueller investigation.

BREAKING: Jared Kushner appears from a closed door Senate Intelligence Committee hearing room this afternoon, six days after Mueller submitted his report on to AG Barr.


The following is breaking news, and I believe it gives us a clue of what lies ahead with the Mueller report.


QUOTE – President Trump’s personal lawyer on Monday said the president’s written answers to special counsel Robert Mueller should not be made public.

“I would fight very aggressively for that information to not to be released,” Jay Sekulow said on CNN’s “New Day” in one of several morning-show interviews he gave Monday. “You’d have to weigh a lot of factors there on how that affects other presidencies. So I think it’s not a simple ‘just waive your hand and here’ we release the document. That would be very inappropriate.”

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Sekulow conceded that ultimately it would be up to Attorney General William Barr to decide whether to release Trump’s written answers to Mueller.

“That will be a decision the attorney general makes,” Sekulow said, “but I have some strong opinions about that.”

In a four-page summary of the special counsel’s still-confidential report, Barr stated that Mueller did not find any evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Mueller, though, did not come to a conclusion on the question of whether Trump obstructed justice, Barr said.

“While this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him,” Barr wrote in his synopsis of the report. END OF QUOTE



Out of all of this news the following is dearest to my heart.  It makes me happy.

QUOTE –  Gateway Pundit) – Former Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Jason Chaffetz said on Thursday that Rep. Adam Schiff must lose his security clearance.

The former Utah lawmaker reacted to the political fallout from Attorney General Bill Barr’s summary of Mueller’s “principal conclusions” on the Russia investigation in an interview on Fox Business Thursday.

“I think what [Rep. Schiff] should do is lose his security clearance– without a security clearance he can’t serve on the committee. To lose the trust, albeit on the other side of the aisle, I have never seen,” he said during an interview with “Trish Regan Primetime” Thursday.

Look at the way the committee operated before, with [Democratic Congressman and former House Intel Committee Chair] Dutch Ruppersberger. We have never had this problem,” Chaffetz said, adding, “We don’t have these problems except with Adam Schiff. I don’t think he should be the Chairman, and I don’t think he should have a security clearance.”

The Democrat-media complex was stunned when Attorney General Bill Barr revealed that Mueller concluded his investigation and found no evidence that Trump’s camp colluded with the Russians during the 2016 presidential election.

House Intel Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA), however, continues to spread the BIG LIE that Trump colluded with the Russians despite never actually providing evidence to back up his outrageous claims.

In fact, shameless liar Adam Schiff told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos Sunday that there is “significant and incriminating evidence” that Trump colluded with Russia during the 2016 election even though Mueller concluded his investigation with no new indictments.

Schiff is also a serial leaker and reportedly leaked portions of Donald Trump Jr.’s closed-door testimony to CNN — a stunning ethics violation. END OF QUOTE


In conclusion, don’t get too cocky – there will be more to come, and some of it will not be good.


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