Asking the question on the minds of almost everyone who watched the live Congressional testimony of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the New York Post published a great article raising the question of who was really behind the overly aggressive and long drawn out “Mueller Investigation” since, according to his performance at the hearing, it was not Mueller.

“People are questioning who wrote the Mueller Report, because people know it wasn’t Mueller. He is on record as not knowing something in the report, that was there. In his prime Mueller was a thug. He let people rot in prison who he knew didn’t deserve to the be there, and people are noticing that Mueller isn’t all there. He isn’t the same as he used to be. Robert Mueller is a a figure head,” Rush Limbaugh said Friday.

In the show he put on before Congress in 2019, Mueller was confused, forgetful, meak and soft. He was not the bold Superman type character the left anticipated in the lengthy and well-funded investigation into President Donald J. Trump.

From the article by Bryon York, for the NYPost, ” To the liberal media, special counsel Robert Mueller was the sharp, seasoned, no-nonsense prosecutor who would get to the bottom of “collusion.” But when Mueller testified before Congress on July 24, 2019, many were stunned to see a man struggled to answer basic questions. Had his cognitive abilities declined during the probe?

The 76-year-old Mueller, members of President Trump’s defense team recalled, appeared to be a figurehead investigator, a man who seldom spoke or was even seen. On those rare occasions Trump’s lawyers had a chance to talk to the special counsel, Mueller’s aides appeared to be covering for his lapses in memory. So who was really in charge of the Mueller probe?”

Former mayor of New York, Rudy Giuliani posted that he saw similarities between the slipping mental faculties of Mueller to Presidential hopeful, Democrat Joe Biden:

The news came in this week that the former Special Counsel was smarter than he showed in front of Congress, however. The DOJ is now saying Robert Mueller’s team “accidentally wiped” 15 of their phones AFTER the DOJ Inspector General asked for their devices to be handed over:

Judicial Watch, a citizen watchdog group who bring power Freedom Of Information Act lawsuits found some blistering emails this week, heating up the discussion again about Mueller’s claim that he did not apply for the FBI director position, which President Donald J. Trump had already refuted.

John Solomon reported Friday, “Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in a May 17, 2017 email apparently indicated that Robert Mueller had withdrawn from being considered as a candidate for the position of FBI director. Rosenstein in the email obtained by Judicial Watch through a Freedom of Information Act suit wrote, “Withdrew from consideration for FBI director.” The email included the subject heading, “Mueller,” according to Judicial Watch. The date of the email, May 17, 2017, is also the day that it was announced Mueller would serve as special counsel for the Russia investigation.”

The same Judicial Watch obtaining DOJ records showing then-Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigative team were wiped during the anti-Trump Russia probe.

For supporters of Trump’s that would be called “lying to Congress” and “obstruction of Justice”.

Kari Donovan

Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism.

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