Robert Mueller proved he is nothing more than a partisan hack at last week’s press conference where he announced his retirement from the Special Counsel. His speech made it very clear he wants President Trump impeached, despite his report citing the President did not overwhelmingly commit obstruction of justice.
After Mueller’s speech we took a look back at his career and discovered his pension for being a high powered legal hitman with a long history of targeting innocent people.
His career is an interminable and sordid list of destructive lies and legalistic assassination. In today’s culture war, we call it lawfare- the practice of ruining people with false accusations, exorbitant legal costs, and reputational homicide. For Mueller, it’s all in a day’s work.
In 2018, Representative Louis Gohmert (R-TX) wrote the following about his experience with Mueller for ZeroHedge, “Each time I prepared to question Mueller, the more concerned I became about his ethics and behavior. As I went back to begin compiling all of that information to recount personal interactions with Mueller, the more clear the picture became. At one point I had to stop adding to this compilation or it would turn into a far too lengthy project.”
In 2001, Mueller was appointed head of the FBI by President George W. Bush. He began in this capacity by making himself one of the major voices making the claim that Saddam Hussein was curating a huge arsenal of WMDs.
You’ll remember, of course, that the terrorists who we were told destroyed the towers on 9/11 came from Afghanistan, and that their leadership was based there as well. Nevertheless, thanks in part to Bob Mueller, our forces were sent straight to Iraq- for reasons that are still not entirely clear.
You’ll remember also, that Mueller was a part of the same team who told us the official story of 9/11, which today, is refuted by hundreds of architects, engineers, and witnesses.
Mueller’s term at the FBI expired ten years later in 2011. But he was asked by then President Obama to stay an additional two years. Obama went through the trouble of obtaining Senate approval to extend Mueller’s stay at the FBI.
Obama had this to say about the extension of Mueller’s tenure, “Given the ongoing threats facing the United States, as well as the leadership transitions at other agencies like the Defense Department and Central Intelligence Agency, I believe continuity and stability at the FBI are critical at this time. I am grateful for his leadership, and ask Democrats and Republicans in Congress to join together in extending that leadership for the sake of our nation’s safety and security.”
The Obama administration was in the early days of the drone program at that time. A program which would run every single day of his presidency. Obama needed Mueller to help grease the skids for the continuation of the war in the Middle East.
He is the only American president who has authorized at least one kill for every single day of his time in office. We imagine Hillary felt quite at home there.
In 2013, Mueller was replaced as the head of the FBI by James Comey. Comey has earned his reputation as the man who made it possible for Hillary Clinton to escape a treason indictment.
Mueller transformed the FBI after 9/11, ramping up its domestic spying capabilities. Don’t misunderstand- the FBI does important counter-terrorism work. They really do thwart terrorist plots on a regular basis. But while this good work was going on, other inter-agency departments were working with the NSA and the CIA to gather massive amounts of personal information on innocent Americans and create the secret infrastructure that was then used to spy on the Trump campaign.
About his time at the FBI, Mueller had this to say, “I love prosecuting cases, and I love doing investigations, and that’s why I became a prosecutor. I did not expect to be spending my time preventing terrorist attacks.”
Mueller’s reputation as a prosecutor is well known in Washington. He is a high-powered attack dog for hire.
Rep. Louis Gohmert continues his article with a response to Eric Holder’s comments on Mueller. He writes, “Holder has stated, ‘I’ve known Bob Mueller for 20, 30 years; my guess is he’s just trying to make the case as good as he possibly can.’”
Gohmert then says, “Holder does know him. He has seen Mueller at work when Holder was obstructing justice and was therefore held in Contempt of Congress. He knows Mueller’s FBI framed innocent people and had no remorse in doing so.”
In 2005, according to Gohmert, “Congressman Curt Weldon delivered powerful allegations about the FBI having prior knowledge that 9/11 was coming.”
Weldon soon found himself under a barrage of legalistic attacks that would destroy his career, and his life.
This is just a small sample of Mueller’s history as a destroyer of careers, and a deceiver of the public. Today, we are hoping that his trail of destruction will end with the failed Russia collusion investigation.