Mueller’s FBI Past Comes Back To Haunt Him, Disqualifies Him From Russia Investigation

Why is the former head of the FBI, Robert Mueller, pushing an investigation against President Trump when there is no solid evidence?

Clearly there are bigger scandals to uncover (ahem: Obama’s FISA abuse, Clinton’s pay-for-play schemes).

But now we are learning about Mueller’s questionable past, and it’s making more sense of his motivations to push such a corrupt investigation.

His record could blow this whole thing up.

From Sara Carter:

Special Counsel Robert Mueller III and lead attorney in the Special Counsel’s Office Andrew Weissmann have been connected to one another throughout most of their careers, and both men moved quickly to the top tackling major crime syndicates and white-collar crime.

Ironically, both men were also connected in two of the biggest corruption investigations in FBI history…

Weissmann’s involvement in the Colombo case in the 1990s was the first of many cases that would draw criticism from his peers but this case, in particular, would be one of the FBI’s biggest blunders…

Weissmann allowed a corrupt FBI agent to testify against the defendants in the case despite having knowledge that the agent was under investigation. The agent had a nefarious relationship with a reputed underboss of the Colombo crime family, who was accused later of numerous murders, court records reveal…

Mueller had similar troubles during the 1980s… Under Mueller’s watch in Boston, another one of the FBI’s most scandalous cases occurred…

At the time, an FBI agent by the name of John Connolly, who is now in prison for murder-related charges, had been the handler for James ‘Whitey’ Bulger.  Bulger, who Connolly aided in escaping FBI custody in the 90s, was a notorious mobster and murderer who had been working as a confidential informant for the FBI against other crime syndicates in the Boston area.

Mueller and his lapdog have done shady things in their long careers. Both willingly looked the other way as corrupt FBI agents perverted justice.

Weissmann allowed a dirty agent testify in court, despite being under investigation. That certainly tarnishes anything coming out of that case.

Mueller allowed the infamous Whitey Bulger arrangement. The notorious murderer worked with the FBI, as he continued to murder for the mob. Pretty ugly.

So why does the government think Mueller is qualified to uncover “corruption” in this case? There has been zero evidence to support democrats’ claim that Trump worked with Russia. The House Intelligence Committee and the DOJ have proven that is true.

We’ve even discovered real Russian schemes to influence the election. A few Russia trolls used social media during the election. But no Americans worked with them and it had no impact on votes.

So why are we still talking about Mueller’s probe?