Robert Mueller’s crusade to take down President Trump is reaching its climax.
He is beginning to run out of steam, and allies.
And things will only get worse considering that he is about to lose his biggest deep state ally.
Robert Mueller has the entire deep state on his side.
They are government officials dedicated to opposing President Trump’s agenda.
Trump’s biggest struggle has been exposing them and removing them from his administration.
But some are at such high levels that it is difficult to remove them.
The most prominent of those figures is Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Rosenstein is no fan of President Trump and has been his worst enemy since day one.
It is Rosenstein that formed Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel.
And he did so by using the FISA surveillance warrant on Trump campaign advisor Carter Page.
That warrant used information from the infamous Russia dossier compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele.
The information is so contested that Steele is currently facing multiple lawsuits, in multiple countries, in response to the dossier.
Not only that, but the dossier was funded with money from Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee.
Rosenstein is well aware of this and still used the FISA warrant as evidence.
So overall, Rosenstein is almost certainly the most effective deep state official in opposing the President.
And he’s still in his position, nearly two years after the start of Mueller’s investigation.
But his days are numbered, with him finally deciding to step down.
He will leave his post soon after the confirmation of Trump’s Attorney General nominee, William Barr.
This is terrible news for Mueller, who has not had any oversight from the Justice Department throughout his investigation.
Barr will become the highest-level official overseeing Mueller.
And Rosenstein will no longer be there to help him.
So it is likely that Mueller is pushing his investigation into overdrive.
When Jeff Sessions was Attorney General, he recused himself from overseeing Mueller’s investigation.
But Barr is unlikely to do so.
He will be able to keep Mueller within the scope of his investigation.
For the past two years, Mueller has spent little time looking for Russia collusion, instead focusing on any other crime he can find.
President Trump has continually referred to the investigation as a “witch hunt.”
By that, he means that Mueller is looking for something that doesn’t exist.
Instead, he is simply trying to harm Trump.
That’s why multiple figures near Trump are facing charges for crimes unrelated to collusion.
Mueller’s goal has been to wreak havoc on Trump’s administration, to make the President look corrupt.
And the media has been eating it up, covering Mueller as a hero to the anti-Trump resistance.
If he is forced to abide by the outlined scope of his investigation, he will lose much of the power he has now.
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