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Mueller’s Indictment Is Typical Of Democrat Misconduct And Redirection

Isn’t it strange that after nearly a year of a phony investigation trying to remove Trump from office Mueller suddenly leaks the announcement of indictments against one of Trump’s campaign staff? The charges became public a week after we learned that the Democrats paid for the Golden Shower dossier, an artificial document that provided the “evidence” needed to justify a special counsel to investigate the Trump election – a full-time effort, staffed with professional, left-leaning investigators. This all surfaces just after serious allegations arise of Hillary approving and profiting from the sale of 1/5th of America’s uranium supply to Russia. Only now, as the Democrats are running for the hills for their illegal and improper actions, has that former staff member been charged with crimes totally unrelated to Donald Trump. Mueller’s timing is drenched in politics and the protection of his establishment party leader and the diversion of attention from any of Hillary’s nefarious, illegal dealings.

It would appear that when the Special Counsel’s pals in the DNC get caught with their hands in the cookie jar that he has to rush to judgment against the Trump people with a political investigation that he thought and hoped would take years to produce results and would be accompanied with a lengthy trail of leaked rumors about how crooked Trump was and how he needed to be impeached, yada, yada..

So now Mueller has to try to intimidate Trump staffers and supporters into testifying against him by nailing a member of his staff with trumped up, BS, totally unrelated charges to the purpose of the current investigation. The damage the Washington swamp is doing to America and our representative democracy is incalculable.

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About Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor and Verisign manager, 72 years old, living in the Kansas City area.
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