Potential Federal Charges in Mueller Investigation Should Be Met With Skepticism

On Friday October 28, 2017, CNN reported first that a federal grand jury in Washington, D.C. had approved charges in the Russian 2016 election interference investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller, according to anonymous sources.

CNN’s sources told the network that the “charges are still sealed under orders from a federal judge.” These individuals also said that a potential figure could be taken into custody as soon as Monday, but declined to mention who exactly and for what reasons.

It is rather peculiar that those close to the investigation leaked these claims to CNN, despite the charges remaining under sealed order from a federal judge.

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  • BillyHW

    I’m sure it was just a coincidence that these charges are being filed just as Mueller was being implicated in the Uranium One scandal.

    And all this because of Jeff Sessions monumental faggotry.

  • Exile1981

    Mueller is rushing ahead in an effort to keep the basis for his ‘investigation’ from being found to be false and therefore is whole investigation should be classified as a political assassination as Mueller is tied to the uranium scandal and is tainted.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    Anyone who watches CNN is a moron anyway.

  • Alain

    Not only do I smell a rat, I smell a whole colony of rats.

    • Dave

      How do you spell rat? Try DNC

      • andycanuck

        Demorats!

  • Blacksmith

    Anything coming from deep state plant Muellers investigation should be met with immense skepticism.

    • Alain

      Mueller himself should be under investigation.

  • Jay Currie

    Actually, I rather like the filing of charges if it happens.

    Either Mueller has something in which case let’s litigate it our…or. Well he may have a crappy obstruction charge or a failure to file a document charge in which case it will be time to say “Bye, bye, Mueller.”

    My suspicion is that Mueller is filing now to prevent various things from becoming public because “stuff” is before the Court. If it is a crap charge, the subject should be told to plead guilty with the assurance that Trump will pardon that day.

    • Ed

      I imagine the “crimes” for which charges are laid will have nothing to do with colluding with Russia in the election. If so, Trump should say “off topic” and pardon everyone charged. Shut this idiocy down.