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originally posted by: Xcalibur254
Can someone explain to me why the Right are so giddy over this? By all accounts Mueller's report is done and set to be released after the midterms. So even if a legitimate accuser comes forward and Mueller goes down the report is still being released as it currently stands.
originally posted by: Grambler
Burkman told The Atlantic that he has no clue who the woman is, suggesting he represents a different accuser.
If not, it will be quite obvious when he releases her to the press on Thursday.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: proximo
Democrats are trying to make Mueller look as bad as possible before he releases his nothing-burger report on President Trump.
Maxine Waters will be the first to scream, "I aint buyin rapist Muellers report! Empeech Twump!"
originally posted by: burntheships
"A woman who has disappeared" claims she was offered money.
This must of course must mean the woman who is still here to tell
her story about Mr. Mueller being a rapist was also offered money.
originally posted by: network dude
I just have this fantasy, that those on the left would just say, "yea, we went full retard on Kavanaugh and it was wrong, can we get back to sanity please?" and everyone on the right saying, "sure, just glad you realized the mistake".
That would have totally happened on the old ATS.
originally posted by: efabian
a reply to: carewemust
I'm not 100% sure that this is a dem operation. It's just too close to mid terms to be pulling a side ways move like this.
This allegation has them off balance, the united front they had with the bomber is gone.
When a conservative lobbyist and a Gateway Pundit conspiracy theorist walk into a bar, the Department of Justice gets involved.
On Tuesday, Robert Mueller referred a case to the FBI featuring two conspiracy theorists who allegedly attempted to smear the special counsel as a “drunk and a sexual abuser” by paying women to come forward with false allegations of sexual assault.
Unfortunately for the bumbling politicos, the scheme backfired after two of the women contacted reporters.
“The man ‘offered to pay off all of my credit card debt, plus bring me a check for $20,000 if I would do'” recalled one of the women in an email obtained by The Atlantic on Tuesday. “He knew exactly how much credit card debt I had, right down to the dollar, which sort of freaked me out.”
The man allegedly spoke with a British accent and claimed to represent Surefire Intelligence—a shell company that went straight to the voicemail of Gateway Pundit conspiracy theorist Jacob Wohl’s mother when reached by NBC. Photos of Surefire Intelligence employees feature celebrities like Christoph Waltz and British photographer Nick Hopper, according to Internet sleuth Aric Toler.