Robert Mueller is facing hard times.
His investigation to take down President Trump is not going as planned.
And he was just smacked with a lawsuit that will cost him everything.
The witch hunt being run by Robert Mueller has been corrupt since day one.
Its origins have Hillary Clinton, the DNC, and the deep state’s fingers all over it.
And with every day that goes by that becomes more clear.
Mueller’s boldest strategy in the past two years is going after those close to Trump.
These people don’t have to be involved in collusion with Russia, or anything else having to do with Mueller’s investigation.
But they are targeted in order to give the mainstream media something to talk about.
One of those people is Jerome Corsi.
He is a conservative journalist, largely known for pushing conspiracy theories.
And he’s a friend of Roger Stone, giving him a third party connection to President Trump.
Mueller has been talking to Corsi trying to prove he is involved in Russia collusion.
He is facing targeting because Mueller believes he has a direct connection to WikiLeaks.
WikiLeaks made waves during the 2016 election after releasing emails belonging to Hillary Clinton and officials in her campaign.
And many believe Russia is behind the leak to WikiLeaks.
Mueller is claiming that Corsi had advanced knowledge of the release, making him complicit.
But there is little proof of that claim, with there being solid proof showing Corsi was only making speculations about WikiLeaks releases.
WikiLeaks even made that clear on their official Twitter account, saying:
“WikiLeaks had announced future pubs. Corsi was wrong about almost everything. Wrong about number (2). Wrong about date (not 2nd, not August). Wrong about subject: not Clinton Foundation.”
In a separate tweet, WikiLeaks lays out exactly what Mueller is doing:
“Corsi clearly wants to portray himself as a genius prognosticator–so he conceals the failure of his predictions. Democratic aligned media and Mueller help him along to hide their own uselessness. Another tiresome Ménage à trois of seemly divergent interests to bilk the public.”
In this statement, they make it clear that Corsi has an incentive to make it seem as though he has connections, in order to give his claims more weight.
And Mueller has a strong incentive to make Corsi appear that way, in order to feed his narrative in the media.
But despite there being proof Corsi has nothing to do with collusion; Mueller is not allowing that to be brought up.
Not only that, but Mueller is now going directly after Corsi with perjury charges, which Corsi refers to as a “perjury trap.”
For all of these reasons, Corsi is now fighting back against Mueller and the Justice Department.
He is filing a lawsuit for $350 million against them.
Corsi is accusing Mueller of constitutional violations, as well as leaking grand jury secrets.
Along with that, Corsi claims that Mueller’s Special Counsel is trying to badger him into providing false testimony connecting him to WikiLeaks and Roger Stone.
It is unclear how far Corsi’s lawsuit will go, but if it goes anywhere it is sure to be bad for Mueller.
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