By Chris Black
According to a very recent article from Jeff Bezos’ blog, and I am talking about the Washington Post, an article which cites the now-stereotypical anonymous sources, i.e. “people familiar with the matter”, special counsel Mueller’s investigation into the so called Russia collusion may stretch out through 2018 “at a minimum”. However, according to President Trump’s legal team, this new timeline (provided the intel from WaPo is not fake news) is the exact opposite of what we would expect. President Trump’s lawyer Ty Cobb was quoted as telling the POTUS that Mueller’s investigation should end up by the end of 2017 and other members of Trump’s legal team have told him that he could expect an exoneration letter from Mueller early in 2018.
Yet, here’s a quote from The Washington Post:
“People with knowledge of the investigation said it could last at least another year — pointing to ongoing cooperation from witnesses such as former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos and former national security adviser Michael Flynn, as well as a possible trial of two former Trump campaign officials. The special counsel’s office has continued to request new documents related to the campaign, and members of Mueller’s team have told others they expect to be working through much of 2018, at a minimum.”
It is highly unlikely that Mueller’s out of control investigation will sit well with the President for another year of nothingburgers. The Donald already told his advisers he expects to be cleared of obstructing justice in the James Comey firing extravaganza, and also of colluding with those pesky Russians, even if the so-called collusion (whatever that means) is not a crime/felony or whatever by any metrics. It’s interesting that Mueller’s legal team composed of Hillary/DEM donors is looking into both matters, though it’s not very clear what this has to do with the Russians (read witch hunt). Mueller’s prosecutors are expected to meet with President Trump’s legal team next week, and the question that will be asked is this:
“You’ve had all these witnesses, all these records. Is there anything else you need from the White House?”
According to White House special counsel Ty Cobb, Robert Mueller had finished with interviewing White House officials already, yet we learned over the past weekend that special counsel Mueller managed to (illegally) obtain a bunch emails from Donald Trump’s transition team and he’s now looking into questioning witnesses based on the new intel. So, the question is, how much is enough for Trump and/or that elf Jeff Sessions?
Some say this will go on indefinitely until Donald Trump is impeached, or any and everything they find will be used against him if he decides to run again in 2020. This is basically taxpayer funded opposition research.
If you ask me, Mueller’s hit-job will last as long as he can get away with it. Put yourself in the deep state’s shoes. If they don’t investigate Trump, they will go to jail. They need to investigate him so he can’t fire them and investigate all their crimes. If Mueller had anything, he would have leaked it. He has every stitch of documentation. In a high profile case like this with the nation watching he 100% would have led with his ‘strongest’ cases. Those so -called ‘ prosecutions’ are transparent in their lameness. Old tax stuff and process charges. Manafort will likely beat his charges. Government tax dudes are almost never smarter than private industry tax dudes.
I really think Trump is allowing it to go on, which shows that the POTUS knows they aren’t going to find anything on him, 3D chess and everything. How stupid are Democrats? Really. With 17 Democrat lawyers and haven’t found nothing yet, this doesn’t look like a winner for the left.
However, it’s worth mentioning that both parties (or the uniparty if you like) are rife with corruption. The FBI is corrupt. The DOJ is corrupt. The IRS is corrupt. There are people in government who are actively working to thwart what THE PEOPLE want, as in the “insurance policy”.
The election of Trump in 2016, against all odds and incredible cheating by Clinton Inc., is not a victory; it’s the starting point in the battle, the beginning of when we decided we were going to fight back. This is going to go on for a long time and it’s going to get worse before it gets better.
By Chris Black