Mueller keeps revealing his probe isn’t an investigation; it’s a cover-up

Mueller keeps revealing his probe isn’t an investigation; it’s a cover-up
Robert Mueller (Image: YouTube screen grab via Georgetown University)

[Ed. – A cover-up seems certainly to be one of the most important things it is.  Lee Smith makes a case that falls like hammer blows.]

News that special counselor Robert Mueller has turned his attention to Erik Prince’s January 11, 2017 meeting in the Seychelles with a Russian banker, a Lebanese-American political fixer, and officials from the United Arab Emirates, helps clarify the nature of Mueller’s work. It’s not an investigation that the former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is leading—rather, it’s a cover-up.

After all, Mueller took his job not at the behest of the man who by all accounts he is likely to professionally and personally disdain, Donald Trump, but of the blue-chip Beltway elite of which he is a charter member. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed him nearly a year ago to lead an investigation without parameters. That’s because Mueller’s job is to obscure the abuses of the US surveillance apparatus that occurred under the Obama administration.

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Mueller is said to believe that the Prince meeting was to set up a back channel with the Kremlin. But that makes no sense.

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