RUSH: Thank you very much, sir.
CALLER: The sin that those four fellows committed was not being swamp dwellers. They were probably —
RUSH: Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. Hang on. He’s talking about the four people that were innocent that were kept in jail by Mueller so as to protect Whitey Bulger’s informant status. Okay. These four, they were not swamp dwellers, you’re saying.
CALLER: So in that case, Mueller’s crime was a crime of omission, not of commission, comparing it to sins — and crimes are comparable to sins. Now you go… If your memory is a little longer, you’ll remember these people that were referred to as the White House Travel Office.
RUSH: I remember that, yeah.
CALLER: I find it very comparable. They probably weren’t the same type of people, but they were not at the level where you would consider them swamp dwellers. They were just on the edge, and since Hillary needed those positions for her friends to occupy —
RUSH: Wait. What has this got to do…? What does the travel office have to do with these people that were kept in jail by Mueller?
CALLER: Same notion.
RUSH: What notion?
CALLER: “You’re inconvenient to the swamp dwellers. We will take care of you one way or another.” There’s one set of rules for people like — oh, like truck drivers and garbage men and whatever and farmers and —
RUSH: That’s not the point. That’s not the point of my telling the story. The point of the story… I don’t care who the four are, whether they’re swamp dwellers or not. Mueller didn’t keep ’em in jail because they’re swamp dwellers. He kept them in jail because he valued the informant status of a mass-murdering Boston mobster more than the innocence of four people he knew were innocent! It’s not whether they’re swamp dwellers or not.
The point is that here we have Mr. Honor, Mr. Integrity, Robert Mueller running this 2-1/2-year investigation of Donald Trump and whether or not he’s fit to be in office. “Did he collude with Russia? Did he obstruct justice? Is he evil personified? Does he deserve to be thrown out?” That’s the whole point of this. Actually, it wasn’t. The whole point was to find a mechanism to get rid of him because they don’t like the guy. It wasn’t even about his fitness.
It was just about the fact that they don’t like the guy and are mad that he won, that he outsmarted them. And the guy trying to find evidence sufficient to get rid of Trump is the same guy who let four innocent people languish in jail (two of them died in jail) in order to protect his investigation. He wasn’t even getting at the time truth! He had four people in jail for doing something they had not done, and he didn’t put them there, but he kept them there.
But the point, no matter how you slice this, is that the investigator who discovered that these four people were innocent and were kept in jail despite that has now been appointed to investigate Mueller and the FBI and the DOJ to find out if this investigation of Trump was legit. It’s a means of expressing who this guy is, what he’s discovered in the past, what he’s capable of discovering — and then after he learns it, he reports it. I mean, this guy could have…
After learning what he learned about the case here, he could have hidden it. He could have said nothing. He could have protected Mueller. He could have protected the people that were instrumental in keeping four innocent people in jail for decades. Two of them died in jail. Why I didn’t. He reported the truth. The whole point of all of this today is to suggest that this guy, who Barr has appointed, is the guy to get to the bottom of it whether elites or non-swamp dwellers are involved.