Former Mayor of New York City and current lawyer to President Donald Trump himself, Rudy Giuliani, made an appearance on Fox News recently to elaborate on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s recent attempts to justify his continued “witch hunt.”
Speaking with Fox News host Sean Hannity, Giuliani explained why President Trump’s legal team will not be jumping into Mueller’s perjury trap any time soon and explained the investigation should be “over by September.” He explained Mueller should “Stop the nonsense! You are trying to trap him because you don’t have a case!”
Then he dropped a bombshell, suggesting the “real story” is that the investigation isn’t just going to fizzle out – “it’s going to blow up on them.”
Giuliani stated – “The reality is, the real story here is not that this case is going to fizzle. It’s going to BLOW UP on them! The real question is what we talked about before. There’s a lot more to what they did that nobody knows about yet. A lot more to the obstruction of justice, to the collusion, to the fake dossier.”
To which Hannity replied – I know some of it.”
According to Giuliani, the only collusion that took place in the 2016 presidential election was within the US intelligence community and its use of the unverified and now discredited Kremlin-linked Steele Dossier to obtain “several fraudulent FISA wires” in complete violation of the fourth amendment among others.
“Can it get any worse? I mean, what do we need to know that this is a totally illegitimate investigation based on a report, a dossier that was paid for by Hillary Clinton and the Democrats — probably the biggest illegality so far, the biggest collusion so far. Completely made up. Completely made up. Led to nothing except several fraudulent FISA wires,” said Giuliani.
Guilliani went on to describe Mueller’s team as a “different kind of Watergate,” which is corrupt “through and through.” Stating of the special counsel team, “I believe that when this plays out over the next year or two, it’s not going to be about President Trump … It’s going to be about all the things they did.”
Guilanni added – “To try to bring Steele back in when he was completely discredited… And Mueller is going to have a lot to answer for. I said a long time ago the investigation here has to be on the investigators. Cuz we can’t let this happen again in America.”
Despite the best efforts of the Mainstream Media, the Democratic Party, and the so-called “Resistance,” Americans continue to lose support for special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation and President Trump’s approval ratings continue to rise.
As Statista’s Sarah Feldman notes, Mueller’s inquiry has been going on for more than a year now and evidence has yet to emerge of any collusion other than in the imaginations of some of President Trump’s more ardent opposition.
Rep. Louis Gohmert (R-TX 1st District) made note via the Director Blue blog that Mueller himself has a long and sordid history of illicitly targeting innocent people. Gohmert makes note of Mueller’s history of targeting and unjustly imprisoning the innocent noting the infamous Whitey Bulger case.
He states in part –
“The Boston Globe noted Robert Mueller’s connection with the Whitey Bulger case in an article entitled, “One Lingering Question for FBI Director Robert Mueller.” The Globe said this: “[Mike] Albano [former Parole Board Member who was threatened by two FBI agents for considering parole for the men imprisoned for a crime they did not commit] was appalled that, later that same year, Mueller was appointed FBI director, because it was Mueller, first as an assistant US attorney then as the acting U.S. attorney in Boston, who wrote letters to the parole and pardons board throughout the 1980s opposing clemency for the four men framed by FBI lies. Of course, Mueller was also in that position while Whitey Bulger was helping the FBI cart off his criminal competitors even as he buried bodies in shallow graves along the Neponset…
Mueller was the head of the Criminal Division as Assistant U.S. Attorney, then as Acting U.S. Attorney. I could not find any explanation online by Mueller as to why he insisted on keeping the defendants in prison that FBI agents—in the pocket of Whitey Bulger— had framed for a murder they did not commit. Make no mistake: these were not honorable people he had incarcerated. But it was part of a pattern that eventually became quite clear that Mueller was more concerned with convicting and putting people in jail he disliked, even if they were innocent of the charges than he was with ferreting out the truth. I found no explanation as to why he did not bear any responsibility for the $100 million paid to the defendants who were framed by FBI agents under his control. The Boston Globe said, “Thanks to the FBI’s corruption, taxpayers got stuck with the $100 million bill for compensating the framed men, two of whom, Greco and Tameleo, died in prison.”
The New York Times explained the relationship this way: “In the 1980’s, while [FBI Agent] Mr. Connolly was working with Whitey Bulger, Mr. Mueller was assistant United States attorney in Boston in charge of the criminal division and for a period was the acting United States attorney here, presiding over Mr. Connolly and Mr. Bulger as a ’top echelon informant.'”
Gohmert also notes of Mueller’s character assassinations on former Rep. Curt Weldon (R-PA-7th district), stating –
“Curt Weldon gave a series of speeches, recounting what he saw and what he knew, regarding the failures of the FBI and the Clinton administration to share information that could have prevented 9/11.
Congressman Weldon tried to hold those accountable in the FBI and CIA that he felt had mishandled actionable intelligence which he said could have thwarted the 9/11 attacks. He recounted many examples of similar intelligence failures.
In 2006, the Robert Mueller-led FBI took horrendously unjust actions to derail Curt Weldon’s reelection bid just weeks before the vote—actions that were later described as a “hit job”: “Each of Weldon’s 10 previous re-elections had been by sizable margins. Polls showed he was up by 5-7 points [in the fall of 2006]. Three weeks prior to the election, however, a national story ran about Weldon based upon anonymous sources that an investigation was underway against him and his daughter, alleging illegal activities involving his congressional work. Weldon had received no prior notification of any such investigation and was dumbfounded that such a story would run especially since he regularly briefed the FBI and intelligence agencies on his work.
A week after the news story broke, alleging a need to act quickly because of the leak, FBI agents from Washington raided the home of Weldon’s daughter at 7:00 AM on a Monday morning… Local TV and print media had all been alerted to the raid in advance and were already in position to cover the story.”
Sounds rather familiar, doesn’t it?