From A Legal Perspective, Mueller’s Investigation Is Dead. Here’s Why

Like a headless turkey running around in circles, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s anti-Trump investigation is dead, even if he does not yet realize it. While his investigation stumbles onward, with life support provided by the biased media, from a legal perspective the viability of any criminal case that Mueller could possibly bring has been effectively gutted thanks to the news (suppressed for months by Mueller’s team) that the FBI’s “key agent” in both the Russia investigation and the Clinton email probe was an ardent Hillary supporter 

Share
  • Maurice Miner

    Where can one invest in popcorn futures?

    • Gonna Pop!

    • Watchman

      The US$7 million+ already spent on this Mueller investigation would have bought a lot of popcorn had it not been ploughed into an investigation that more implicates the Democrats than Trump’s team. Which I guess might be a good thing.

      The way Mueller is running this it might run for the rest of Trump’s term(s) as POTUS with the threat of claiming that a huge breakthrough on the culpability of Trump was about to happen when Trump corruptly shut it down.

      By my back-of-the-envelope calculations there’s another $60 million to be demanded to fund a Trump investigation until the end of Trump’s first elected term. It’s not just the money, it’s the cat seat for Mueller to drop hints about possible Trump behaviour any time they like, but possibly a greater role to play in preventing investigation and prosecution of the Never-Trumper still entrenched and working in the DOJ and FBI.

  • Hard Little Machine

    But are there any legal grounds for any of this to begin with? Probably not. This has never been about rule of law.