Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s entire Russia investigation was nothing more than a two-long scam that failed to give Democrats their chance to remove President Donald Trump from office.
While his witch hunt backfired and vindicated the president, a new surprise Mueller bombshell has everyone talking.
Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch revealed a stunning email between then-Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to Mueller.
In the email, which was obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request, Rosenstein said to Mueller, “The boss and his staff do not know about our discussions.”
This was on May 12, three days after Trump fired then-FBI Director James Comey at the recommendation of Rosenstein himself.
This appears to suggest that Rosenstein may have helped engineer this coup.
On May 16, just three days later, Judicial Watch reports that an email, which was “sent the day before Mueller’s appointment,” Rosenstein alerted a former Bush Administration figure about the plan.
In an email to Bush’s Deputy Attorney General, Mark Filip, Rosenstein wrote, “I am with Mueller. He shares my views. Duty Calls. Sometimes the moment chooses us.”
This is all connected to what certainly looks like a massive coup attempt at the FBI to bring down Trump.
U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu recommended to Attorney General William Barr that fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe be charged for lying to federal investigators and potentially illegally leaking information.
Federal prosecutors are not only looking into McCabe possibly illegally leaking sensitive information to the media, he is also reportedly being investigated for playing a role in the FBI’s handling of the Russia probe into Trump.
McCabe was fired for his “lack of candor” and lying to investigators four times about leaking the information.
McCabe also admitted earlier this year that he, Rosenstein, and other top FBI officials met in mid-2017 to discuss using the 25th Amendment to remove President Trump from office.
The 25th Amendment of the Constitution details a procedure where the vice president and a majority of Cabinet members vote to remove a sitting president from office if they deem them unfit to serve.
In Sept. 2018, it was reported that Rosenstein implied to McCabe and other senior officials that he wanted to secretly record conversations he was having with Trump.
This comes as the recently released FISA spy report found that FBI officials had falsified documents for the FISA court so they had a better chance of securing warrants to spy on members of the Trump campaign, such as aide Carter Page.
House Judiciary Committee ranking member Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) also found that the FBI spied on at least four individuals serving on Trump’s 2016 campaign — not the “two” that were originally reported.
And, most importantly, it’s important to note that Obama’s FBI obtained FISA warrants to spy on members of the Trump campaign by using the discredited dossier, which was bought and paid for by Democrats and Hillary Clinton.
Below are some high-points of what Horowitz found:
- There was extreme bias against then-candidate Trump.
- The FBI deliberately doctored evidence it presented to the nation’s top spy court in order to gain authority to spy on a key Trump affiliate.
- The FBI and the Justice Department’s review committee failed to comply with attorney general guidelines requiring timely validation.
- Investigators uncovered issues with FBI employees who conducted validation reviews, noting they did not “review the full scope” of a long-term source’s work for the FBI.
- The inspector general found “at least 17 significant errors or omissions” concerning FBI efforts to obtain secret FISA warrants against brief Trump campaign aide Carter Page.
Earlier this month, a top Mueller official was thrown in jail.