Robert Mueller’s entire Russia investigation is a fraud.
It is a ploy by the Democrats and media to discredit the presidency of Donald Trump.
And it won’t last much longer after a judge said one thing destroying Mueller’s life.
Robert Mueller’s investigation into President Trump has achieved virtually nothing towards its initial goal.
The scope is to investigate whether there was Russia collusion during the 2016 election.
But instead of trying to prove that, Mueller is working overtime to attack and harass anybody close to the President.
Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort are in jail or on their way to jail, and Roger Stone is stuck in a court case for process charges unrelated to President Trump.
If there was any evidence of collusion, there would be some major bombshell proving it at this point.
And even if that is proven, colluding with Russia isn’t a crime according to Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.
One of the most ridiculous cases is of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort.
He is facing eight charges of tax and bank fraud that would not have been brought up if not for his work with the Trump campaign.
He has pleaded guilty to two of the charges and is agreeing to cooperate with prosecutors.
But Mueller is now saying he is in violation of his plea deal for lying to investigators.
This is something a U.S. District Court Judge is furious about.
The “lies” are misstatements, many of which Manafort corrected voluntarily.
During a closed-door hearing, U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson repeatedly questioned prosecutors as to why his misstatements should affect his sentencing.
It is clear that Mueller is using it to his advantage, something he can get away with in his investigation because there is no oversight.
But dealing with a Judge, he is learning he can’t just do what he wants.
This is significant considering the Judge grilling Mueller is far from being an ally to Manafort.
This is the same Judge responsible for a gag order on Manafort, and who is considering the same for Roger Stone, whose case is in her courtroom.
She is questioning why prosecutors were bombarding Manafort with a series of difficult, often irrelevant questions within around 50 hours of interviews.
This is one thing Mueller doesn’t want to face questioning on, as it is his “secret weapon” against Trump allies.
Considering he can’t find any proof of Russia collusion, he is using the “perjury trap” to create charges.
This works by forcing an individual to answer questions under oath, and then use those questions against them by finding evidence of misspeaking.
Most of Roger Stone’s charges are for just this.
He’s a 66-year-old man, answering questions about years old events, and is being scrutinized for anything he may misstate.
The Judge is finally getting wise to this scheme and is bringing it into question.
He is signaling to the world that Russia collusion is simply a hoax, with no basis in reality.
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