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originally posted by: OtherSideOfTheCoin
Secondly, if this is going to be the level of evidence we are going to accsept before asking for a investigation and taking seriously then sorry, but lets be universal about this and stop pretending that Trump wasn't having affairs with porn-stars and sexually assaulting just about anyone who came into his personal space.
FBI asked to investigate suspected double hoax against Mueller
The sender of the email to journalists and bloggers claimed to be a woman in Florida who had worked with Mueller at a law firm in the 1970s. She said she had been offered $30,000 and other benefits to make false allegations against Mueller. But, she said, Mueller was in fact “always very polite to me, and was never inappropriate”.
The woman identified herself by a name that could not be matched with public records and efforts by journalists to contact her were unsuccessful
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She also said she was told the man behind the scheme was named Jack Burkman. A rightwing talk radio host with that name, who has pushed discredited conspiracy theories in the past, has publicly claimed to know of similar allegations about Mueller.
Burkman, who is also a registered lobbyist in Washington, has in the past raised money to help pay the legal fees of Rick Gates, Donald Trump’s former deputy campaign chairman, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy and lying to the FBI
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: Cassi3l
What? You don't believe the accuser/woman?