Robert Mueller’s Trump-Russian collusion witch hunt continues to exonerate President Trump.

Earlier today, President Trump went after special counsel Robert Mueller and his out of control of Angry Democrats:

Bob Mueller (who is a much different man than people think) and his out of control band of Angry Democrats, don’t want the truth, they only want lies. The truth is very bad for their mission!

President Trump also tweeted about Michael Cohen asking the judge to spare him of a prison sentence.

“Michael Cohen asks judge for no Prison Time.” You mean he can do all of the TERRIBLE, unrelated to Trump, things having to do with fraud, big loans, Taxis, etc., and not serve a long prison term? He makes up stories to get a GREAT & ALREADY reduced deal for himself, and get…..

Trump continued, sending a clear message to his former “rat” attorney that he shouldn’t be looking for a presidential pardon from him.

….his wife and father-in-law (who has the money?) off Scott Free. He lied for this outcome and should, in my opinion, serve a full and complete sentence.

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton, points out that the Mueller witch hunt’s latest plea deal with Cohen is only an attempt by the special prosecutor to embarrass President Trump with a business deal that never happened, claiming, “Mueller seems desperate to confuse Americans by conflating the canceled and legitimate Russia business venture with the Russia collusion theory he was actually hired to investigate. This is a transparent attempt to try to embarrass the president.”

Real Clear Politics reports – Contrary to media speculation that Robert Mueller is closing in on President Trump, the special prosecutor’s plea deal with Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen offers further evidence that the Trump campaign did not collude with Russians during the 2016 election, according to congressional investigators and former prosecutors.

Cohen pleaded guilty last week to making false statements in 2017 to the Senate intelligence committee about the Trump Organization’s failed efforts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow. Discussions about the so-called Moscow Project continued five months longer in 2016 than Cohen had initially stated under oath.

The nine-page charging document filed with the plea deal suggests that the special counsel is using the Moscow tower talks to connect Trump to Russia. But congressional investigators with House and Senate committees leading inquiries on the Russia question told RealClearInvestigations that it looks like Mueller withheld from the court details that would exonerate the president. They made this assessment in light of the charging document, known as a statement of “criminal information” (filed in lieu of an indictment when a defendant agrees to plead guilty); a fuller accounting of Cohen’s emails and text messages that Capitol Hill sources have seen; and the still-secret transcripts of closed-door testimony provided by a business associate of Cohen.

On page 7 of the statement of criminal information filed against Cohen, which is separate from but related to the plea agreement, Mueller mentions that Cohen tried to email Russian President Vladimir Putin’s office on Jan. 14, 2016, and again on Jan. 16, 2016. But Mueller, who personally signed the document, omitted the fact that Cohen did not have any direct points of contact at the Kremlin, and had resorted to sending the emails to a general press mailbox. Sources who have seen these additional emails point out that this omitted information undercuts the idea of a “back channel” and thus the special counsel’s collusion case.

Page 2 of the same criminal information document holds additional exculpatory evidence for Trump, sources say. It quotes an August 2017 letter from Cohen to the Senate intelligence committee in which he states that Trump “was never in contact with anyone about this [Moscow Project] proposal other than me.” This section of Cohen’s written testimony, unlike other parts, is not disputed as false by Mueller, which sources say means prosecutors have tested its veracity through corroborating sources and found it to be accurate.

“Though Cohen may have lied to Congress about the dates,” one Hill investigator said, “it’s clear from personal messages he sent in 2015 and 2016 that the Trump Organization did not have formal lines of communication set up with Putin’s office or the Kremlin during the campaign. There was no secret ‘back channel.’” (For the rest of the Real Clear Politics article, go here.)

BNL News posted an interesting thread on Twitter that provides evidence of how the Trump witch hunt leader, Robert Mueller withheld important information to the court that would have exonerated President Trump.

The thread starts out by asking if Mueller can still be trusted?

Big question is: Can Mueller still be trusted to continue to Investigate the President of the United States, after he withheld important information from the court, that showed further evidence of no collusion between Trump Campaign and Russia.

1. Mueller’s plea deal with Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen offers further evidence that the Trump campaign did not collude with Russians during the 2016 election, according to congressional investigators and former prosecutors.

2. Cohen pleaded guilty to making false Statements to the Senate as discussions about the so-called Moscow Project continued 5 months longer in 2016 than Cohen had initially stated under oath….

Here’s the part that reveals how Mueller withheld details from the House and Senate committees that would have exonerated the president.

A 9-page charging document filed with the plea deal shows Mueller is using the Moscow tower talks to connect Trump to Russia. But congressional investigators with House & Senate committees involved say Mueller withheld from the court details that would exonerate the president….

There is no evidence that proves Cohen had any direct points of contact with the Kremlin.

On page 7 of the statement of criminal information filed against Cohen, Mueller mentions that Cohen tried to email Putin’s office two times in 2016. But Mueller omitted the fact that Cohen did not have any direct points of contact at the Kremlin….

The emails point out that the “omitted information undercuts the idea of a ‘back channel’ and thus the special counsel’s collusion case.

An August 2017 letter from Cohen to the Senate Intelligence committee, where Cohen states Trump “was never in contact with anyone about the ‘Moscow Project’ other than me”, is not being disputed as “false” by Mueller.

Mueller also did not challenge Cohen’s statement about the project being deemed “not feasible.”

BNL News summarizes: “Though Cohen may have lied to Congress about the dates, it’s clear from personal messages he sent in 2015 & 2016 that the Trump Org did not have formal lines of communication set up with Putin’s office/Kremlin during the campaign. There was no secret ‘back channel” – Investigator

 

Referencing the Real Clear Politics article (above), BNL News reports that Mueller refused to comment on the bombshell revelations made by the publication.

Finally, Michael Goodwin of the New York Post says it’s time for the corrupt special counsel Robert Mueller to resign:

Forgive yourself if you are confused about developments in the Russia, Russia, Russia storyline. In fact, there are so many moving parts that you shouldn’t trust anybody who isn’t confused.

Consider this, then, a guide to the perplexed, where we start with two things that are certain. First, special counsel Robert Mueller will never be able to untangle the tangled webs with any credibility and needs to step aside.

Mueller, whose office is apparently leaking the “secret” news that a grand jury has approved charges against an unidentified defendant, assumed his role with one big conflict, his relationship with his successor at the FBI, James Comey. That conflict has morphed into several more that are fixable only by resignation.

That became obvious last week when events showed that any honest probe must examine the Obama White House and Justice Department. Mueller served as head of the FBI for more than four years under President Barack Obama and cannot be expected to investigate his former colleagues and bosses.

But without that necessary step, his work would be incomplete at best. So it’s time for him to say bye-bye.


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