Breaking News: Mueller’s $17 Million Witch Hunt, Fab Unemployment Rate & Jobs Report

Jun 1, 2018 by

“Breaking News: Mueller’s $17 Million Witch Hunt, Fab Unemployment Rate & Jobs Report”

By Donna Garner

6.1.18

 

(1)  Unemployment fell to 3.8% —  lowest since 2000

 

(2)  223,000 new jobs added in May

 

(3)  Mueller “witch hunt” investigation – costing taxpayers more than $17 Million so far

 

 

So far since Robert Mueller’s appointment as special counsel on May 17, 2017, he has spent more than $17 Million on his “witch hunt.”  He and his biased, partisan team are raking in multi-millions of our hard-earned taxpayers’ dollars.

 

[Side note: Think of all the good that humanitarian aid organizations could do with $17 Million!]

 

In over a year, Mueller has produced absolutely no evidence that the Trump administration participated in any kind of “Russian collusion,” and the Mueller investigation itself is fraught with illegal activities.  

 

In the latest polls, from 53% to 59% of those surveyed believe that Mueller’s investigation is politically motivated.  

 

At the rate Mueller is spending our tax dollars, Pres. Trump is correct in tweeting that the Mueller “witch hunt” could soon reach $20 Million. 

 

Pres. Trump is also correct in criticizing Mueller for his choice of extremely biased and partisan Democrats who make up his team: 

 

Robert Mueller’s Totally Biased, Anti-Trump Team: 

 

Mueller’s team is composed of 17 attorneys, 13 of which are Democrats. At least nine have donated to Democratic candidates and causes…

 

Among the team members is Jeannie Rhee, a former partner at WilmerHale—the high-profile law firm where Mueller worked prior to taking on the special counsel role—and former assistant U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia. She is a registered Democrat and donated a total of $5,400 to Hillary Clinton in 2015 and 2016.

Rhee also donated a combined $4,800 to former President Barack Obama in 2008, and the same amount again in 2011. Rhee has contributed smaller amounts of money to the Democratic National Committee and multiple Democrats running for Congress.

Rhee also represented Obama Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes during the House Select Committee on Benghazi’s investigation of the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack, as well as the Clinton Foundation in 2015 against a racketeering lawsuit brought by conservative legal activist group Freedom Watch. And Rhee represented Clinton in a lawsuit seeking access to her private emails.

Another attorney on Mueller’s team is James Quarles, who served as former assistant special prosecutor for the Watergate Special Prosecution Force and also was a former partner at WilmerHale. He is a registered Democrat and has donated significant sums to Democratic candidates: $2,700 to Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2016, and more than $7,000 to Obama over the last decade. Quarles did, however, donate $2,500 to former Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, in 2015.

Then there’s Andrew Weissmann, former general counsel at the FBI and former assistant U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York. He is a registered Democrat and donated a combined $2,300 to Obama’s campaign in 2008. In 2006, Weissmann contributed at least $2,000 to the DNC.

Another attorney, on detail from the Southern District of New York, is Andrew Goldstein, a registered Democrat who donated a combined $3,300 to Obama’s campaigns in 2008 and 2012.

Other attorneys on Mueller’s team — like Elizabeth Prelogar, Brandon Van Grack, Rush Atkinson, Kyle Freeny, and Greg Andres — are registered Democrats and have contributed smaller sums of money to Democratic candidates.

(Quotes taken from 5.17.18 article by Brooke Singman “Mueller’s team of Dem donors under fire from Trump as probe hits one-year mark” – Fox News)

 

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5.5.18 – “Why All the Secrecy?” – by Andrew C. McCarthy – National Reviewhttps://www.nationalreview.com/2018/05/mueller-probe-basis-for-criminal-investigation-should-be-revealed/

 

Excerpts from this article:

The president should direct Rosenstein to outline, publicly and in detail, the good-faith basis for a criminal investigation arising out of Russia’s interference in the election — if there is one. If he can’t, Mueller’s criminal investigation should be terminated; if he can, Mueller should be compelled to explain (unless Rosenstein’s disclosure makes it clear) why he needs to interview President Trump in order to complete his work.

If Rosenstein and Mueller are reluctant to do that, it can only be because they’ve decided that not only their investigation but also their desire for secrecy take precedence over every other consideration, including the president’s capacity to govern domestically and conduct foreign policy in a dangerous world. But secrecy is not the nation’s top priority. It’s long past time to lay the cards on the table.

 

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4.28.18 — “Good News for Trump: Should Be Bad News for Jeff Sessions” — By Donna Garner – EdViews.orghttp://www.educationviews.org/good-news-for-trump-should-be-bad-news-for-jeff-sessions/

 

 

Excerpts from this article:

 

I also believe that Attorney General Jeff Sessions should be fired. He is the “boss” over the entire Dept. of Justice and the FBI in which so much of this corruption and obstruction are still occurring (elicit love affair/criminally incriminating texts, high-level staffers who have performed illegal activities but who are still employed by the FBI/DOJ, slow-walking of documents subpoenaed by Congress, etc.).  

 

 

Rod Rosenstein works under Jeff Sessions. Rosenstein is Mueller’s “boss.” 

 

 

Therefore, everything points back to Jeff Sessions and his inept, ineffective ability as “boss” to lead these agencies. What we need as the Attorney General is someone with a backbone and a sense of urgency, neither of which Jeff Sessions has.

 

 

I believe there are many courageous and knowledgeable individuals who could fill the spot of Attorney General.  I think it is the right time for Pres. Trump to replace Sessions with a committed leader who will “drain the swamp” by prosecuting those who deserve to go to jail for their crimes – NO MATTER HOW MUCH ABOVE THE LAW THEY THINK THEY ARE!   

 

 

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Here is an amazing timeline that has been expertly constructed by investigative journalist, Sharyl Attkisson — 5.20.18 — “Collusion against Trump” timeline” — https://sharylattkisson.com/2018/05/20/collusion-against-trump-timeline/

 

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For an easy-to-understand summary, please go to:  5.19.18 — “Simply Put: Lies vs. Truth with America’s Destiny at Stake” – by Donna Garner – EdViews.orghttp://www.educationviews.org/simply-put-lies-vs-truth-with-americas-destiny-at-stake/

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