Robert Mueller has become a hero to the anti-Trump resistance.
They see his investigation as a way to take down the President.
But the FBI just admitted something horrible about Mueller.
Despite what the liberal media might say, Robert Mueller’s investigation is not doing well.
During his two year investigation, virtually nothing about Russia collusion has been found.
But Democrats are desperate for anything to take down Trump, so they continue to look to him as their anti-Trump messiah.
In turn, the media works overtime to try to make him look competent to appease their base.
But with more time that goes by, his true colors are coming through.
And it is clear he is a shady anti-Trump figure lacking any evidence that Trump colluded with Russia.
His investigation is falling apart as it becomes clear it is a partisan crusade using unheard of methods.
Even the former top lawyer for the FBI is admitting just how absurd Mueller’s investigation is.
James Baker is the FBI’s former general counsel until rendering his resignation last year.
So he is one of the figures most in the know about the entire Russia collusion conspiracy theory.
And he admits there were numerous “unusual” and “abnormal” steps taken in the start of Mueller’s investigation.
Particularly he talks about the FISA surveillance warrant against Trump campaign Advisor Carter Page.
While discussing it, he admits that it is “abnormal” and “unusual” for him to review FISA warrants against U.S. Citizens just before admitting he did just that with Page.
“So that is why you took the abnormal or unusual step in this particular situation because it was sensitive?” Baker was asked before responding in the affirmative.
This is big news considering it just adds on to the shadiness in the origin of the Mueller probe.
While the shadiness leaking to the Mueller probe predates the Page warrant, it is the warrant that is the most important document.
That warrant application is what Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein used to justify the creation of Mueller’s Special Counsel.
So now the FBI’s then-general counsel is admitting taking the unusual step of reviewing the warrant application.
But that isn’t even the worst part.
The infamous and unverified “Russia dossier” compiled by former British Spy Christopher Steele is the main piece of evidence in that warrant application.
Not to mention that the funders of the dossier are Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee as opposition research on then-candidate Trump.
And instead of using to attack Trump on the campaign trail, the deep state was using it to spy on an official in Trump’s campaign.
The entire dossier was later released to the public due to the actions of then-FBI Director James Comey.
Since its release, it still remains unverified, and the author is now facing lawsuits in multiple countries.
But the FBI seems to have no problem with it, despite it having zero credibility.
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