Why I’m Not Concerned About Robert Mueller’s Investigation
Ever since Robert Mueller was appointed Special Counsel, supporters of President Trump have railed against his investigation. Fearing that Mueller is working for those who want to remove Trump from office, they’ve demanded that Mueller be fired and the investigation ended.
While I don’t doubt there are plenty of powerful people who want President Trump removed from office, I don’t believe they’re using Mueller to do it. That’s because Mueller is compromised. And I believe it’s being used against him.
Some have argued that Robert Mueller is beyond reproach. That claim is wishful thinking. We know that he (and Rod Rosenstein) are involved in the Uranium One scandal. He may be complicit in the Benghazi and Fast and Furious scandals, as well. Admiral Rogers and the generals at the top of the military chain of command (including Mike Flynn) have been aware of Mueller’s compromise for some time.
What do you do with someone who is compromised and has the necessary qualifications to help your cause?
You get them to cooperate by exerting leverage. You cut them a deal.
On October 31, 2017, in post 147104628, Q suggested that both Rod Rosenstein and Mueller were leveraged into positions to help Donald Trump. Under the guise of interviewing for the open FBI Director position (a position he could not legally hold), Mueller had an interview with Trump. Q suggested that the purpose of the meeting was to recruit Mueller to be Special Counsel. (Q has also suggested that Rosenstein was brought into the DOJ in a similar manner. He’s compromised and thus, he’s trusted by the swamp. But his leveraged position means he has to help Trump or face the consequences of his past.)
On October 31, 2017, Q suggested in post 147433975, that a group of generals recruited Donald Trump to run for President. There were terms and conditions with the offer. They gave him assurances that election tampering would be dealt with so that he would have a fair shot at winning.
The generals likely told Trump what they knew about corruption in government and corporate America. They told him that civilian courts and Congress had been corrupted and could not be trusted. They would see him as an existential threat and could be expected to make every attempt to render him ineffective and eventually, remove him from office. The generals promised to protect Trump and assist him in every way possible
The Generals would have told Trump how corrupt the civilian intelligence community was and that they would also try to remove him from office. They would have told him that the only way to fix the corruption was to use the military—its leadership, its courts, and its intelligence apparatus. (That’s why Trump signed the recent spending bill. His lifeline is the military and he can’t defund them, even for a short period of time, without risking harm to himself or others.)
Predictably, before Trump was elected, the Obama intelligence community launched its investigation into the Trump campaign’s connections to Russia. The generals and Trump knew what the end game was. The investigation would lead to accusations of a rigged election if Trump won. The first part of Obama’s plan was to declare the election invalid if Hillary lost. The second part (the insurance policy) would create a pretext to put Trump under investigation and eventually impeach him.
Q suggested that Trump and the military put Hillary and Obama into a leveraged position so they could not question the election outcome if Trump won.
Knowing that a Special Counsel was inevitable, and counting on James Comey to call on his friend and mentor, the generals and Trump leveraged Mueller into the Special Counsel position.
In a cleverly orchestrated operation, they set Mueller up to fail. The day before he was appointed Special Counsel, Trump and Mueller had a meeting.
“Look Bob, here’s the deal… Obama’s cabinet and staff are headed to prison. A lot of your friends at the bureau are going there, too. We have dirt on everyone. It’s just a matter of unsealing the indictments. You’re on the list, too by the way… that is, unless you want to cut a deal. Your pals will ask for a Special Counsel to investigate me. We both know they’re going to pick you. I like that. So you’re going to be the Special Counsel. We’ll make the announcement tomorrow. Pick your team. Do your investigation. Charge whoever you want. When it’s all said and done, you get to walk. Just remember one thing… I have the goods on everyone.”
Trump, Rogers, and the generals watch Mueller assemble his team of Hillary shills from the bureau and they begin their work.
The defense intelligence agency begins leaking information about the sketchy activities of Mueller’s team. One by one, the team is ripped to shreds by news stories about their corruption. Mueller is helpless to do anything about it, lest he risk losing his own deal.
The press reports what they see happening. Week after week, Hannity and the rest of the conservative media shriek for Muller to be fired. I don’t know how Trump keeps a straight face. He’s the one who recruited Mueller.
Trump acts upset from time to time. He feigns frustration over Sessions and the DOJ. He calls Mueller’s investigation a witch hunt. But it’s an act. He knows how it’s going to end.
Trump has nothing to hide and no reason to fear Mueller. And he has the goods on everyone. Flynn had nothing to hide either. And although he pled guilty to lying to the FBI, recent developments make it seem like he’ll eventually be cleared of all charges. When it’s all said and done, Trump will be cleared. A few creeps will be indicted. Mueller will walk and his deep state friends will be silently processed at Gitmo. Because civilian courts can’t be trusted and the media would spin the stories in a way that would cause rioting.
The Mueller investigation is theater. Pop some popcorn and enjoy the show.