The political bias in Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation is extremely evident.
President Trump just came out exposing that.
And in the process, Trump sent a bone-chilling warning to Robert Mueller.
If you want proof of the political bias in Robert Mueller’s investigation, just look at his team.
Every single one of his prosecutors has ties to the Democrats, and none of them are Republicans.
And many of them have donated to Hillary Clinton’s failed presidential campaign.
But now their job is to investigate the one person that none of them liked.
President Trump called them out over this, stating that the “angry Democrats” on his team could face legal action due to their “conflicts of interest.”
In that statement, it is very likely that Trump is referring to the Democrat ties of Mueller’s team.
If it turns out that their entire investigation had nothing to do with finding the truth, but instead had to do with punishing a president they don’t like, it could mean big trouble for them.
Everyone deserves fair trials and investigations, but President Trump doesn’t seem to be getting one.
In his move to expose corruption in the Special Counsel, Trump also called out the FBI for still keeping Peter Strzok employed.
Strzok was the FBI agent who was caught sending extremely anti-Trump text messages as he was investigating the President.
As reported by CNN:
“President Donald Trump suggested Monday that “angry Democrats” on special counsel Robert Mueller’s team could face legal action over alleged “conflicts of interest.”
“The 13 Angry Democrats in charge of the Russian Witch Hunt are starting to find out that there is a Court System in place that actually protects people from injustice…and just wait ’till the Courts get to see your unrevealed Conflicts of Interest!” Trump said.
Trump did not provide proof of the alleged conflicts. Although CNN has reported that several members of Mueller’s team have donated to Democrats, Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election also has been the subject of several Republican-led congressional inquiries. Mueller is a Republican who was appointed by President George W. Bush, and the man who appointed him as special counsel, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, was appointed by Trump.
The President also weighed in on other recent developments in the Russia investigation. He denied that he’s obstructed the probe, instead defending his actions and rhetoric as “fighting back” against “the Russia Witch Hunt.”
“There is no O, it’s called Fighting Back,” the President tweeted, later suggesting that the investigation was being dragged out so it could damage Republicans in the midterm elections.
Trump also asked why FBI special agent Peter Strzok is still at the bureau. Strzok’s text messages with Lisa Page, a former FBI lawyer who resigned last week, became fodder for conservatives who believed they revealed bias at the bureau.”
President Trump is clearly looking to force Mueller’s investigation to a close.
At this point, the only reason it is staying open is to possibly harm Republicans in the upcoming midterm elections.
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