Everyone understands that the Russian collusion scandal was nothing more than a ruse by the Clintons to capture the presidency and tarnish Donald Trump's good character.
Donald Trump was one of the most well-liked and respected individuals in the country before running for president. He was a wealthy businessman, a television show host with one of the best shows in history, and a selfless giver who even got his hands dirty after 9/11.
However, the Clintons did what Clintons do and that's lie and cheat to try and steal, in this case, the 2016 presidential election.
Recently, we learned that Hillary Clinton herself gave the approval for the creation and publishing of the hoax. So, here is a major question that begs to be answered: if Robert Mueller and Andrew Weissmann spent approximately two years investigating this matter with a team of 19 lawyers, 40 FBI agents, 2,800 subpoenas, 500 search warrants, 500 witnesses, and having spent $40 million dollars, how is it that they were unable to find out that Hillary Clinton was the one who created the hoax? Why just now did it take someone else admitting it to learn this? Was the investigation that Robert Mueller did even legitimate? Will John Durham do better?
Conservative Treehouse reported, "The question is, of course, infuriatingly rhetorical. The 2017, 2018 and 2019 special counsel probe, led by the nameplate of Robert Mueller, was a DC cover-up operation for FBI and DOJ misconduct. The best defense is a good offense, so they attacked President Trump by maintaining the hoax.
Media people often forget, or perhaps -again- need to pretend not to know; however, the exact same group of FBI and DOJ staff level investigative officials that originated the Trump investigation in 2016, transferred into the Robert Mueller investigation in May 2017. It was the same people, doing the same investigation, under a different title.
The Mueller team originally consisted of the same FBI officials who received the Alfa-Bank hoax material from Michael Sussmann.
Andrew Weissmann and a group of 19 lawyers joined the effort and pulled in more resources. Yet if we are to believe the current narrative, you would have to believe those same investigators never talked to any Clinton campaign people, or Fusion GPS, or Rodney Joffe, or Marc Elias, or Michael Sussmann?… but wait, I mean, they did.. talk to Sussmann… because….. that’s what this trial is about….right?"
As I've said before, the swamp runs deep in Washington, deeper than we could possibly imagine.