Robert Mueller’s current goal in life is to take down President Trump.
He is working every day to do that by any means necessary.
But his entire investigation could fall apart after the revelation of one massive smoking gun.
At the start, Mueller’s investigation was into whether or not the Trump campaign colluded with Russia.
After months of Democrats screaming about how it is true, the investigation was a welcomed chance to clear the President’s name.
But it didn’t take long to realize that the entire investigation is a fraud and a sham.
It has nothing to do with finding the truth, and everything to do with harming President Trump.
There have been countless targets of Mueller.
Anybody close to Trump or his campaign is put into the crosshairs.
One of the oddest figures in that situation is Jerome Corsi.
Corsi is a radio host, known for pushing conspiracy theories, who was a major supporter of Trump during the 2016 election.
And unlike others targeted by Mueller, like Roger Stone, Paul Manafort, and Michael Cohen, he has no real connection to the President.
But Corsi is an associate of Roger Stone, which is what put him on Mueller’s radar.
Mueller believes that Corsi has a direct connection to WikiLeaks.
And he thinks he used that connection to pass information to the Trump campaign through Roger Stone.
This is something that Corsi has denied on multiple occasions.
And there is no indication that Mueller can dispute his denial.
So instead of trying to do that, Corsi is facing an indictment for perjury.
Corsi claims he is being caught in the “perjury trap” to take him down.
And he claims there is evidence proving he is innocent.
But that evidence isn’t being used by Mueller or his team.
And that’s why Corsi is going after Mueller.
The evidence is a series of tweets making it clear that Corsi didn’t have foresight into anything WikiLeaks was to release.
In October of 2016, Julian Assange, who runs WikiLeaks held a press conference.
Many believed that he was going to release information harmful to Hillary Clinton at the conference.
Corsi mirrored those claims, tweeting:
“If Assange has the goods on Hillary, he ought just to drop the goods.”
And just two days later, Corsi followed up in response to the press conference, saying:
“So Assange made a fool of Himself . . . Had zero, or he would have released it. Will take grassroots on Internet to get truth out & beat Hillary.”
According to Corsi, this makes it clear he had no indication of what WikiLeaks was to release.
It wasn’t until later that WikiLeaks leaked emails from Hillary Clinton.
Those emails proved to be very harmful to Hillary’s campaign.
And many began accusing Russian hackers for the leak.
That’s how Mueller comes into the picture.
If he can prove it was indeed Russian hackers, and that Trump’s campaign had advance knowledge, he can put two and two together to prove that Russian collusion occurred.
Corsi is just a pawn being used to prove that point.
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