With Mueller back in the news (due to things unrelated to this post) I thought it would be a good time to draw some attention to other aspects of this
As stated before, this thread has nothing to do with the rape allegations and whether they're real or fake. Don't know, don't care (at this point it
is all speculation.)
So here it is
, coming in
at just under 50 pages, this details the corruption laziness and sloppiness of old bob. I'll give a small summary of each point in this document.
Let's dive in:
The most well known is, of course, whitey bulger - Mueller allowed three innocent men to rot in prison (two of them died there) for crimes committed
by a murdering mobster, to protect his inside sources. Not only that, mueller wrote letters to the parole board for these men and recommended against
their clemency. That's messed up.
Then there's his targeting of FBI critic, congressman Weldon (R-PA) - Weldon blamed the FBI for 9/11. He said many times that FBI bore responsibility
for the number of lives lost because they ignored the warning signs. Mueller obviously didn't like that much and later decided to come after Weldon.
What was the strategy? Just before his re-election they would leak, raid, profit. First mueller's team at the FBI leaked a story that Weldon was
under investigation (anonymous sources, as always). Then they showed up for an early morning raid of weldon's family home (sound familiar?). Of course
the media had been tipped off so they could be there to cover it, two weeks before the election. Weldon's 6 point lead dwindled as speculation about
why he was being investigated took off. He lost re-election. There were never any indictments or grand jury assembled for this and a year later they
had weldon's daughter come pick up the personal property that was removed during the raid.
The case of Congressman William Jefferson (D-LA) - We all remember the refrigerator full of cash ($90k) found in his home, but what most people don't
remember is that the mueller decided he wanted to be able to raid congressional offices instead of get a conviction on a corrupt senator. They had a
slam dunk case. They had Jefferson on tape admitting to the crime. They had the money. So what did mueller do? Well he decided to judge shop for
someone who would allow him to raid a congressional office (big no-no). In the end all of the evidence collected from williams office was thrown out
as the raid was found to be illegal (not surprising), but he did send a message to congress, don't mess with the Mueller.
By now you can see the trend emerging of disregard for the law, a complete lack of ethics, and a streak that demands revenge. But Mueller has not only
these flaws, his policy was poor as well. While FBI director he decided to introduce the 5 year up or out policy, which basically meant if you made it
to the top of your field office you had to move to DC and take a desk job after 5 years or leave the FBI. This depleted the ranks of seasoned FBI
agents/bureaucrats and put in place a whole bunch of people whose goal was to move to DC. I wonder why they would want to move there? Hmmmmmm.... The
result was a bunch of 'yes men.' In law enforcement, yes men are the most dangerous.
Then there were the national security letter abuses which happened under his watchful eye - National security letters are a way around the
constitutional due process. They're supposed to be used rarely and in true matters of national security, where time is a big factor. Well, in 2007 it
came out that Mueller's FBI was abusing NSL's and using them routinely to simply avoid having to give people due process. There was an IG report on it
and boy was it hairy. It found abuses you can't believe. Here's the report, if you'd like to
read it. It's damning.
Then there was the Ted Stevens witch hunt - Stevens was alleged to have gotten special discounts on some improvements to his cabin. Mueller decided
the time to go after him was 100 days out from the election. So they did, they indicted him, they even got a conviction on him a wonderful 8 days
before the election. Then the truth came out. The truth was the mueller team was paying witnesses and using false documents to get a conviction. In
reality Ted had overpaid for the improvements in question. To make things worse, team mueller hid documents which proved Ted was innocent. Here's the
kicker, Eric Holder's DoJ had to vacate the conviction because it was such a corrupt process even they couldn't handle it.
Then there was the Steven Hatfill debacle - Remember the anthrax scare that killed five people in 2001? That was mueller and his buddy comey. They
found a guy they wanted to pin it on named hatfill and ignored the tip given to them which named the real killer. So obviously they had good reason
for wanting to pin it on hatfill right? Wrong, it was lazy and bad police work. Surely they had evidence, right? Wrong, their sole piece of evidence
was two dogs (forensic bloodhounds) responded favorably to hatfill petting them. I'm not joking. That's all it took for comey and mueller to set their
sites on hatfill and unload. When later it came out that hatfill was wrongly convicted and the investigation was botched, here was mueller's response:
“I do not apologize for any aspect of the investigation,” he said, adding that it would be erroneous “to say there were mistakes.”
Class act, right?
Now we change scenes to scooter libby - I'll be brief on this one since it's well known. Comey and Mueller found out early in the investigation who
the actual leaker was but instead of going after Armitage, they decided to go after the vice president. How? Pressuring scooter libby into false
testimony. That was the plan. They offered scooter to drop all charges if he'd deliver the VP to them.
Then there's the FBI information purge - This is where director mueller decided that anyone providing a tip that mentioned radical islam was probably
an islamophobe so they needed to be dealt with as though they were the problem. This policy is believed to have led to successful terror attacks on
the US since the FBI is looking to protect islamic people. It's why all of the suspects were already interviewed by the FBI or were "on the radar"
before they commit their acts of terror but they're rarely stopped beforehand.
Finally we arrive at the current situation - Mueller's acceptance of the special counsel role. He has conflicts of interest out the wazoo. Trump fired
his friend and close confidant, James Comey, just two weeks before the SC was appointed. Then there is uranium one, which brings into question his
impartiality on russia. Then he hired biased attorney's. Then he hired people like strzok, whom he had to know their biases, they were pretty open
with them according to the IG report.
Flynn - Of course we got to see all of Muellers tactics on display in the flynn debacle. Lie and intimidate, then bully with money until you get a
guilty plea. Of course we're also seeing the back end of his investigations as well as flynn's sentencing seems to mysteriously get pushed back
further and further and mueller has been told to turn over exculpatory evidence. The first judge had to recuse due to conflicts of interest...
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