Donald Trump thought he was finished with Robert Mueller and his phony Russian collusion witch hunt.
But D.C. swamp creatures like Mueller will never give up in trying to ruin the President.
And now Bob Mueller returned to drop this bombshell in one last effort to bring down Trump.
President Trump commuted Roger Stone’s 40 month prison sentence before Stone was set to report to prison.
Special counsel Mueller and his rogues’ gallery of Democrat Party prosecutors pressured Stone to turn on Donald Trump and when Stone refused to play along, they charged him with a series of process crimes.
Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany ripped the Mueller investigation as a fraud when he commuted Stone’s prison sentence.
“The collusion delusion spawned endless and farcical investigations, conducted at great taxpayer expense, looking for evidence that did not exist. As it became clear that these witch hunts would never bear fruit, the Special Counsel’s Office resorted to process-based charges leveled at high-profile people in an attempt to manufacture the false impression of criminality lurking below the surface. These charges were the product of recklessness borne of frustration and malice,” McEnany wrote.
Mueller responded with an Amazon Washington Post op-ed chock-full of misleading claims.
Although after watching Mueller’s Joe Biden-esque performance in front of Congress where it was clear Mueller was in cognitive decline, critics contend someone such as Mueller’s principal deputy Andrew Weissmann actually authored this piece.
Chief among the op-ed’s distortions was the misleading impression Stone colluded with Russian intelligence during the election on the dissemination of hacked emails belonging to prominent Democrats.
“One of our cases involved Stone, an official on the campaign until mid-2015 and a supporter of the campaign throughout 2016. Stone became a central figure in our investigation for two key reasons: He communicated in 2016 with individuals known to us to be Russian intelligence officers, and he claimed advance knowledge of WikiLeaks’ release of emails stolen by those Russian intelligence officers,” the author of the op-ed claimed.
The piece appears to allude to a series of Twitter direct messages between Stone and the hacked Guccifer 2.0 that Mueller claimed was a persona created by Russian intelligence.
In the messages, Stone asks Guccifer to retweet a column he wrote in The Hill warning the election would be rigged against Donald Trump.
Guccifer asked Stone if he saw anything interesting in a Democrat turnout memo he published after the hack and Stone responded, “pretty standard stuff.”
That was the extent of Stone’s contact with Guccifer.
There was no master plan hatched to spread hacked emails.
Stone offered no advice on when, where or how to publish the hacked emails.
The op-ed sheepishly admitted this fact – as well as the fact that no one on the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians – later on in the piece.
“We did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired with the Russian government in its activities,” the op-ed author admitted.
Mueller – or whomever wrote the op-ed – also falsely claimed they made every decision based on the law and facts.
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