Robert Mueller Interviewed President Trump Six Days After Criminal “Obstruction” Investigation Began…

Now that people are starting to absorb the intent and motivations of the Special Counsel investigation, it’s worth remembering Robert Mueller interviewed President Donald Trump six days after the FBI launched a criminal “obstruction of justice” investigation, and ten months after the FBI launched the counterintelligence investigation….

..The May 16, 2017, Mueller meeting with President Trump in the Oval Office.

The Mueller Report shows there never was a Trump Russia-Collusion-Conspiracy case to begin with; and with the report showing how most of Mueller’s investigative time was spent gathering evidence for an ‘obstruction case’; and with new revelations from Andrew McCabe, John Dowd and Mueller officials overlayed on the previous Strzok/Page texts; we can now clearly reconcile the May 16th, 2017, meeting between President Trump, Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller.  Here’s how…

FBI Director James Comey was fired on Tuesday May 9th, 2017. According to his own admissions (NBC and CBS), Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe immediately began a criminal ‘obstruction’ investigation the next day, Wednesday May 10th; and he immediately enlisted Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

These McCabe statements line up with with text message conversations between FBI lawyer Lisa Page and FBI agent Peter Strzok – (same dates 5/9 and 5/10):

(text message link)

It now appears that important redaction is “POTUS” or “TRUMP”.  [Yes, this is evidence that some unknown DOJ officials redacted information from these texts that would have pointed directly to the intents of the DOJ and FBI. [WARNING: Don’t get hung on it.]

The next day, Thursday May 11th, 2017, Andrew McCabe testifies to congress. With the Comey firing fresh in the headlines, Senator Marco Rubio asked McCabe: “has the dismissal of Mr. Comey in any way impeded, interrupted, stopped, or negatively impacted any of the work, any investigation, or any ongoing projects at the Federal Bureau of Investigation?”

McCabe responded: “So there has been no effort to impede our investigation to date. Quite simply put, sir, you cannot stop the men and women of the FBI from doing the right thing, protecting the American people and upholding the Constitution.”

However, again referencing his own admissions, on Friday May 12th McCabe met with DAG Rod Rosenstein to discuss the issues, referencing the criminal ‘obstruction’ case McCabe had opened just two days before.  According to McCabe:

… “[Rosenstein] asked for my thoughts about whether we needed a special counsel to oversee the Russia case. I said I thought it would help the investigation’s credibility. Later that day, I went to see Rosenstein again. This is the gist of what I said: I feel strongly that the investigation would be best served by having a special counsel.” (link)

Recap: Tuesday-Comey Fired; Wednesday-McCabe starts criminal ‘obstruction’ case; Thursday-McCabe testifies to congress “no effort to impede”; Friday-McCabe and Rosenstein discuss Special Counsel.

After the weekend, Monday May 15th, McCabe states he and Rosenstein conferred again about the Special Counsel approach. McCabe: “I brought the matter up with him again after the weekend.”

Now, overlaying what we know now that we did not know in 2018, to include the John Dowd interview and McCabe admissions, a very clear picture emerges.

On Tuesday May 16th, Rod Rosenstein takes Robert Mueller to the White House to talk with the target of the ‘obstruction’ criminal investigation, Donald Trump, under the ruse of bringing Mueller in for a meeting about becoming FBI Director.

Knowing McCabe launched a criminal obstruction investigation six days earlier (May 10th); and knowing Mueller was ineligible for the position of FBI Director; this “meeting” looks entirely different.  This meeting looks like an opportunity to gather evidence for the obstruction case.

Heck, perhaps this meeting was even recorded as part of the FBI investigation.

Remember the Rosenstein ‘wear a wire‘ debates?  Well, did Rosenstein need to actually wear a wire, or did soon-to-be appointed Special Counsel Robert Mueller just carry the recording device into an undercover deposition?…  Consider:

WASHINGTON – Andrew McCabe, the disgraced former acting FBI director, reveals in his new book that Robert Mueller temporarily left his cell phone behind after a meeting with President Trump in the Oval Office and that the phone “later had to be retrieved.”

McCabe did not explain why he included the detail in his book.

McCabe says that Mueller left the phone behind after Trump had interviewed Mueller as a potential candidate to replace James Comey as FBI director. The interview reportedly took place in the Oval Office just one day before Mueller had been appointed special counsel in the so-called Russia collusion case. (more)

Oh, I think I know why McCabe included the detail in his book… leverage.

In combination with the ‘wear a wire’ comments, McCabe’s stealth book note is a shot across the bow to Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller. Only the insider ‘small group’ would understand what McCabe is threatening. It’s a get out of jail free card that McCabe played to escape the clutches of the 2018 DC criminal referral.  And it looks like it worked.

This would explain why DC U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu dropped the case against McCabe?

I digress… but can you see how obvious this is?

The next day, Wednesday May 17th, 2017, Rod Rosenstein and Andrew McCabe go to brief the congressional “Gang-of-Eight”: Paul Ryan, Nancy Pelosi, ¹Devin Nunes, Adam Schiff, Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer, Richard Burr and Mark Warner.

… […] “On the afternoon of May 17, Rosenstein and I sat at the end of a long conference table in a secure room in the basement of the Capitol. We were there to brief the so-called Gang of Eight—the majority and minority leaders of the House and Senate and the chairs and ranking members of the House and Senate Intelligence Committees. Rosenstein had, I knew, made a decision to appoint a special counsel in the Russia case.”

[…] “After reminding the committee of how the investigation began, I told them of additional steps we had taken. Then Rod took over and announced that he had appointed a special counsel to pursue the Russia investigation, and that the special counsel was Robert Mueller.” (link)

Immediately following this May 17, 2017, Go8 briefing, Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein notified the public of the special counsel appointment.

According to President Trump’s Attorney John Dowd, the White House was stunned by the decision. [Link] Coincidentally, AG Jeff Sessions was in the oval office for unrelated business when White House counsel Don McGahn came in and informed the group.  Jeff Sessions immediately offered his resignation, and Sessions’ chief-of-staff Jody Hunt went back to the Main Justice office to ask Rosenstein what the hell was going on.

Now, with hindsight and full understanding of exactly what the purposes and intents were for Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein to bring Robert Mueller to the White House, revisit this video from June 2017:


The DOJ (Rosenstein) and FBI (McCabe) activity in coordination with the Robert Mueller team was always about the obstruction case from day one; heck, from even before Robert Mueller was appointed.

The totality of all primary effort has always been to protect the ruse of the Russia investigation by throwing out nonsense Russian indictments and keeping Manafort, Flynn and Papadopoulos (the original spygate targets) under control…. while the focus was on building the obstruction case against President Trump. Remember what FBI Agent Peter Strzok said:

…”you and I both know the odds are nothing. If I thought it was likely, I’d be there no question. I hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concern there’s no big there there.”

(Text Message Link – See Page #459, March 19th, 2017)

It could not be any more clear than it is today.

Mueller’s investigative ‘small group’ were the people inside Main Justice (DOJ) and FBI headquarters who redacted the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok text messages, and removed messages and communication antithetical to their goals.

As Devin Nunes outlined recently the Mueller team also kept key documents and information away from congress; stalled any effort to expose the unlawful aspects of “SpyGate’ and the fraudulent foundation behind the Carter Page FISA application; and undermined any adverse discoveries in the leak investigations (James Wolfe) writ large.

This investigative small group didn’t change when Mueller arrived, they just retooled the focus of their effort based on new leadership and new objectives. Those who created the Trump-Russia collusion/conspiracy case of 2016, evolved into creating the Trump obstructing justice case of 2017, 2018 and 2019.

(Proclamation from Comey Memo Court Filing)

Everything Mueller and Rosenstein were doing in late 2017 and throughout 2018 was intended to drag-out the Russia conspiracy narrative as long as possible, even though there was no actual Trump-Russia investigation taking place.

It was always the “obstruction” investigation that could lead to the desired result by Mueller’s team of taking down President Trump through evidence that would help Pelosi and Nadler achieve impeachment .  The “obstruction case” was the entirety of the case they were trying to make from May 2017 through to March 2019.

[¹] Now we know why House Speaker Paul Ryan moved to sideline Devin Nunes under the cloud of an ethics investigation.

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510 Responses to Robert Mueller Interviewed President Trump Six Days After Criminal “Obstruction” Investigation Began…

  1. Bubby says:

    What really amazes me now, thanks to Sundance, is how many times and how many different ways the deep state tried to entrap, goad, pressure President Trump into committing an obstruction offense and he didn’t take the bait not once! He let them all just hang out to dry. President Trump is truly a very tough VSG! I would have fired Sessions, Mueller and his 19 lawyers, 40 FBI agents, Sessions, Rosenstein, McCabe, most of the DOJ and FBI leadership making President Nixon’s Saturday Night Massacre look like a Sunday picnic. Just one of many reasons I’m not President! On this Good Friday as we Christians celebrate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his death on a cross I thankful for the shed blood of Christ above all things but I’m also thankful this day for President Trump! Godspeed Sundance and President Trump! Blessings to all the posters!

    Liked by 9 people

    • dd_sc says:

      I am also starting to suspect that Comey getting fired was actually Comey taking one for the team in order to start the process of handing off the counter intel investigation to a Special Council.

      In return, Comey gets a nice book tour and a lot of media face time. Envelope of cash? Nice promotion for his daughter (lawyer with SDNY)? Lot of ways to pay him back.

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    • Orville R. Bacher says:

      I know of no other man that had/has the backbone and the moral courage to take the onslaught of dirty tricks, misinformation, backstabbers and amoral criminal deeds perpetrated against him daily, as has President Trump.

      It is time to bleach the dirty conspiracy and clean this canker from the American nation.
      Gloves off Mr. President. They didn’t like you before and they won’t like you later. It is the nature of amoral, lazy parasites; totally oblivious to the host of whose lifeblood they infest.

      Liked by 4 people

      • PoCoNoMo says:

        Yes, you’re right, but let’s face it: this crap will not stop, and Trump deserves nothing less than for him to see We The People trounce the Dems in a LANDSLIDE, in both the house and the senate.


    • paulyho39 says:

      Yes, indeed!


  2. Nowut Ameen says:

    But the Dems and media have the lie out there that Trump refused to be interviewed by Mueller.


    • jnr2d2 says:

      Hey, I got an idea. Remember the shouting: “Hands up — don’t shoot.” As to the Mueller Vol II innuendo hit piece, what Mueller/Weinstein are really saying is their legal theory is you can’t defend yourself in public (or obvious even in private as others take many times self serving “notes”), or it’s Obstruction : So — “Don’t tweet — we’ll shoot!”


      • Terry Gilmour says:

        Remember how they were changing the 302s and conspired with each other right up to the deadline to give to Andy.


  3. Bogeyfree says:

    How do we make sure this thread gets to Barr, PT, Don Jr., Jay Sekulow, Rudy and Mulvaney?

    I’ve always wondered why no action on McCabe has occurred to date.

    Liked by 2 people

  4. John Obidienzo says:

    Why did the investigation, incredibly, go after Jerome Corsi and Roger Stone, two individuals on the periphery of the campaign very late in the game? What did their potential indictments provide the Counsel toward ‘obstruction,’ other than providing a basis of collusion that President Trump might want to obstruct on by shutting down the investigation?

    Listening to Jerome Corsi describe his forty hours of torturous inquisition by the FBI, and remembering the convoluted Roger Stone indictment–the FBI/CNN must see TV land and sea invasion on his home–indicate the Mueller team was still desperately trying to get these individuals to [lie] [plead] [compose] a link between Russia, Wiki-leaks, and the Trump campaign right up to the Barr appointment. Was this a Hail Mary on Collusion, Obstruction or both?

    I believe the “obstruction case” and the “collusion case” were most likely insurance policies for each other right to the end. The Trump-Russia investigation went off on two tracks–the collusion part remaining a reinvention project. The collusion meme was rehabilitated and renovated for public and congressional consumption with an eye toward making political mischief and laying the groundwork for potential obstruction or impeachment.

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    • dd_sc says:

      Both were connected to Assange and needed to be controlled/used.

      Corsi has done some good investigative reporting in the past, if he started connecting dots that there was no hack and Seth Rich was the leak, then thingd could get ugly for the conspirators.

      Depending on how tight you want to wear your tin foil hat, near as I can tell, Corsi’s main outlet these days was the Alex Jones show. Yet another reason to shut down Alex.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      The collusion illusion had to be maintained in order to explain why POTUS would try to obstruct an investigation. Like the saying goes: It’s hard to have one without the other.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Terry Gilmour says:

      They were trying to get to obstruction to use to impeach. They were trying their best to prove DT was obstructing “justice” because they believed obstruction was the sure-fire way to impeach. Their definition of justice is different than mine.


    • JL says:

      It is completely unethical that Corsi was pressured to take a plea deal, which he rejected, and then ultimately was never charged is unconscionable.

      In what world is it ethical to offer a plea deal if there’s no intent to prosecute in the absence of a plea deal?


    • The Phantom Stranger says:

      Going after Stone and Corsi served a couple of purposes. They provided fodder for the liberal media – that entire raid on Stone’s home was made-for-television theater served up to the liberal masses.

      It also removed two Trump pieces off the board – Stone has been an ally of Trump’s for decades and his time in DC goes back to Nixon. He understands DC politics better than just about anyone close to President Trump. The Deep State wanted Stone off the chessboard from helping Trump, especially with 2020 coming up.

      What happened to Stone, Corsi and Manafort also serves as a warning to anyone thinking of helping Trump in DC – we’ll destroy your life and reputation if you help the President and his agenda. It’s a Swamp message to anyone on the fence.

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  5. Bruce_Dern's_Finger says:

    The Mueller Probe and Report is Robert S, Mueller’s finest hour over his entire dirty cop career. Using Gestapo tactics, Mueller was able to FO the Commander-in-Chief of this Constitutional Republic without a whimper of resistance from anyone and cheered on by America’s Pravda (AP).

    All those guilty for this attempted coup d’état are not going to let go of the jaw grip on President Trump (PDJT). The Mueller probe achieved its goal – an investigation was done on PDJT and that is all that was needed to classify PDJT as ‘guilty’ in the minds of many people, both by those in the government and by the electorate.

    These same perpetrators will not stop until a House vote is made on an impeachment of PDJT.

    PDJT’s DOJ must take immediate action before the 2020 elections to indict these Spygate perpetrators, else PDJT’s words that this must never happen again to a sitting president will be in vain.


  6. Logger says:

    The Blasey-Ford Rule: Politicized phrases become indelible in our hippocampus after countless repetition.
    It’s the same way marginal songs like “Thriller” become certified platinum. Heavy rotation on the nation’s radio stations.
    We don’t need FB’s Zuckerburg or Twitter’s Dorsey or Google’s Pichai to tell us anything more about behavior modification. We know it. We live it.

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  7. ajlfour says:

    Mueller will be dragged to the Hill soon for a scripted Q & A. Will anyone ask Mueller why he went with Rosenstein to interview with Trump about a job he was ineligible to accept? And did Mueller find his cell phone before or after he was announced as special counsel the next day?


    • jebg46 says:

      Who in the Oval Office found Mueller’s cell phone and where was it? Was it tucked into a chair? Did the Oval Office check to be sure there were no recordings of that meeting?


    • jebg46 says:

      Who in the Oval Office found Mueller’s cell phone and where was it? Was it tucked into a chair? Did the Oval Office check to be sure there were no recordings of that meeting?


  8. CA M says:

    There are times like this that try men’s souls… the pure evil, blackmail, threats. What has happened is the definition of sedition and treason. They all need to be tried in military tribunals and sent to their maker.


  9. Logger says:

    Remember when men would duel to resolve their disputes? Mueller had his “shot” and missed. Is it Trump’s turn?

    Liked by 2 people

  10. Blind no longer says:

    From Sundance’s previous article:
    Somewhere, someone… on this website… sometime, happened to mentioned something, about seeing a need for a parallel intelligence construct, that could, if handled correctly, likely operate in a similar fashion to the NSA hub, temporarily, while the necessary watching of the watchers was taking place…

    Yeah, and?…

    Wait,… what?…




    That would mean…

    Does the parallel Construct with the Saudi’s ever come into play here? Does PDJT have these people, the NSA/IC/CIA/FBI by the short hairs???? I am praying!

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  11. zephyrbreeze says:

    So is this why Trump had to keep Rosenstein around, because Rod had announced he was leaving in Mid March I think, and then was asked to stay on.

    Victor Davis Hanson talks a lot about the differences in how the law is applied, with people getting fined because their mailbox is a few inches too tall, and contrasting that with squatters in his neighborhood who have 20 illegal electrical lines hard wired to the pole, and who the police never hold accountable.

    DC is just a much bigger version than this.

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  12. PaulR says:

    And yet plotter Rosenstein still is Deputy AG at the DOJ. Even Paul Ryan, Republican, was involved, trying to thwart Devin Nunes public revelations. Damn, what a corrupt, insider cesspool DC is.


    • Terry Gilmour says:

      PDT definitely has Rosey by the short hairs. A few months back when Rosey was having meetings with DT and was certain he was going to be fired. DT had Rosey then, and suckered him in to stay as this played out so DT could use Rosey along the way.


  13. lfhbrave says:

    “It was always the “obstruction” investigation that could lead to the desired result by Mueller’s team of taking down President Trump through evidence that would help Pelosi and Nadler achieve impeachment . ”

    To achieve this objective, the Dimms must be allowed to take the House in the mid-terms (even the Senate but for POTUS’s tireless efforts). That was when Paul Ryan came in: over 40 GOP retirements and his keeping the Speakership until the end.

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  14. John Obidienzo says:

    Best take yet on Vol 2 of the report on ‘obstruction’ by Mark Levin. The President summed it up in two words–“Total Bullsh^t”

    Liked by 6 people

  15. Yuge Trump Fan says:

    Well, you may throw your rock and hide your hand
    Workin’ in the dark against your fellow man
    But as sure as God made black and white
    What’s done in the dark will be brought to the light
    You can run on for a long time
    Run on for a long time
    Run on for a long time
    Sooner or later God’ll cut you down
    Sooner or later God’ll cut you down

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  16. concerned3 says:

    It’s time, past time for the DOJ and FBI to start burning allot of these conspirators! Perhaps then, and only then will the DOJ and FBI retain some respect from half of the United States population.

    As it stands, they are a national disgrace with Mueller and team as the cherry on top.

    Liked by 5 people

  17. CoHoBo says:

    With the understanding that the objective was not so much to prove collusion, rather manufacture the appearance of obstruction, and that it needed to be carried through the midterms to gain the house, at what point could this be looked at as election interference by the Special Counsel?

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  18. CM-TX says:

    Interesting observation:

    Another “Circle of BS”– in how the info was fed thru MSM & SC.
    Mostly hearsay/propoganda they pretend is evidence, while much of these claims have long since been disproven.

    Liked by 6 people

    • concerned3 says:

      Do you see anyone taking this on directly – The FBI, DOJ, Congress.

      DNC hacking by Russia has been proven false several times. Yet their it is, front and center in the Summary offered up by Barr.

      So, I know what you mean.


      • Terry Gilmour says:

        Russia, Russia Russia all started with Hillary to desperately find a Trump scandal that would stop Trump from being president. On October 14th, even Obama admitted there was no Russia collusion, but Hillary made it her priority and began the media storm with that goal.

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  19. JohnFul says:

    If Bobby the Mule wore a wire in the oval office (left cell phone on record), then that’s espionage pure and simple. McCabe certainly would have a bit of leverage over Bobby the Mule in that case. In any event, what does it matter? Both McCabe and the Mule need to be charged with sedition, treason, and conspiracy to commit, be tried in a court, sentenced, then have the 1865 solution applied to them along with their fellow coup plotters and enablers. Period!

    Liked by 4 people

    • dd_sc says:

      Which may be why they set up this coup as a counter intel operation. Using your cell phone as a surveillance device can be considered spycraft. Gets covered by their “by the book” justification defense.

      Liked by 2 people

      • concerned3 says:

        How many times can you be Hanged for Treason. Your one of the coup plotters and now your asked to plant a surveillance device.


  20. john edward lorenz says:

    Amazingly as more and more becomes known the likelihood of anyone being held responsible and accountable becomes less and less (see dropping of McCabe’s investigation. The 500+ pages on the Hillary truncated and mishandled investigation has generated how many indictments? The IG report due May/June on the FISA Warrants and investigation history will generate how many indictments? No indictments means no trials which means the elites face no consequences for their coup attempt and shattering the social compact due to their arrogance.

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    • concerned3 says:

      Well John, their had better be accountability this time, otherwise I fear, they are throwing the door wide open to the socialist.

      We have promises that the IG report will have referrals for prosecution, but then this is going to the FBI and DOJ.


  21. dd_sc says:

    So, could leaving your cell phone behind be considered to be illegally recording the president?

    Is it considered a legitimate form of surveillance under FISA?

    Certainly part of spycraft if you’re running a counter intel opperation.

    Ring leaders of this coup need to hang upon conviction. People like them are why you have sedition and treason laws.

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    • concerned3 says:

      FISC court from my perspective was involved in this coup. So would the coup members of this court see the actions of Mueller as legitimate, Probably.

      I think, their must be, so many people involved in this coup, that people like Nunes are being forced into a dual roll. Protecting the key portions of the existing government, while bringing, core members of the conspiracy to account.

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  22. Coast says:

    The media and the democrats are now pushing a new “c” word. No longer collusion, but cooperation. They are now saying that Trump and his campaign “cooperated” with the Russians on election interference.

    Liked by 2 people

    • concerned3 says:

      How would you like to be a member of the MSM now. Realizing that they had been pushing a lie (collusion) for 3 years. Now, the boss comes along and tells us to start pushing “cooperation” instead. Is it worth the money?


    • Lindenlee says:

      I was disappointed to see that Barr was still running with the “Russian interference” predicate. Especially since there is ample evidence of “Russian influence”, Ukrainian influence, Mexican government influence (I am still tracking this down), Google influence through politicizing/shadowbanning, etc.

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  23. concerned3 says:

    Speculation but, it fits.

    ¹] Now we know why House Speaker Paul Ryan moved to sideline Devin Nunes under the cloud of an ethics investigation.

    And, the reason for Paul Ryan’s chief of Staff pushing the Dossier out, long before.

    It’s clear, I submit that Paul Ryan and the Gang-Of-Eight took an active roll in this coup. Less Nunes, but they found away of side lining him, anyway.

    Think about it, why for years was Congressional over site seemly unable to control the actions of the FBI and DOJ. They were being controlled all right, but at the direction, of the Gang-Of-Eight, but that would take allot of support from members of Congress, too. “Yes”

    Think that Pelosi selection as Speaker of the house was an accident. She was a member of the 2016 Gang-Of-Eight. Got to keep a lid on all of this.

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  24. sedge2z says:

    To answer the question of many Treepers in this thread: at Barr’s press conference, the bearded man standing beside Rosenstein is Edward O’Callaghan. Former asst US atty for SDNY who joined DOJ earlier this month (April ’19) as a principal associate deputy attorney general. He worked for McCain’s Presidential campaign and intervened in a state investigation into Sarah Palin.

    I believe Sundance has warned us about SDNY. The Southern District of New York has a personal hatred for our VSGPOTUS.

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  25. aumechanic says:

    im guessing that one reason Nunes is on this is the fact that ryan tried to throw him under the bus, not a lawyer but the fact that fbi, doj obstructed congress, does that reset any statute of limitations.

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    • concerned3 says:

      I think this is the key phrase, “the fact that fbi, doj obstructed congress,” I believe you mean “portions of congress”. I don’t think Treason or Sedition have time limits. These people are involved in a high stakes game.


  26. CoHoBo says:

    The Special Counsel looked no more into the DNC “hack” than what was provided by the CrowdStrike report. Combine this with the incendiary (and maybe unverifiable) notes provided about what people claimed to have observed Trump say, i.e., “My presidency is f’ed”, and The Mueller Report starts looking like a steaming pile of garbage.


  27. lettruthspeak says:

    This is a very nice synopsis but for me I don’t buy any of what occurred at any of these meetings between the perpetrators. I believe all these jackasses, including every member of the Gang of 8, except Nunes, knew exactly what was going to happen ahead of time. It was all scripted long before Trump was elected, just in case. Everything Mueller “investigated” was fraudulent, he knew it was fraudulent and yet he continued to keep up the fraud at the taxpayer’s expense, why? First to cover up the crimes of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and all their sick twisted, sycophants. Second, to try and commit a coup, believing with the help of the media, they felt they had all avenues blocked for Trump to free himself from the clutches of these filthy monsters. I don’t know about the rest of you, but I will never rest easy again unless and until every last one of these criminally insane degenerates faces justice, and at the very least is thrown out of our government.

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  28. David R. Graham says:

    “Apart from whether the acts were obstructive, this evidence of non-corrupt motives weighs heavily against any allegation that the President had a corrupt intent to obstruct the investigation.”

    To me, that is the heart of the report. Corrupt intent must be proven to make obstruction stick. That is what Mueller cannot prove. So he lists — for media and D-R UniParty continuing use as harassing fire — ten items that can be seen to imply corrupt intent but do not prove it because of the factors Barr enumerates. Mueller, Rosenstein, and Sessions knew from the start there was no collusion. So the aim animating initiation of the SC was to entrap POTUS/Staff on obstruction. Unable to do that, Mueller kicks the ball over to Barr, who says it’s flat, not kickable. Slimy son of a dog, this German.

    Sessions must have been complicit somehow therein. That is the salient inference I draw from this poor-man’s squalor.

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  29. Bluto says:

    I think Trump’s campaign manager should make a video which shows clips of Schiff, Nadler, Pelosi, Swalwell, and everyone else who had so much “evidence” and were so certain they had the goods on Trump. Then create a laugh track featuring Goofy’s “ger-hilk” laughs, horse laughs, spit laughs, stupid giggles, belly laughs, snort laughs, etc. and associate a stupid laugh with each anti-Trump bonehead. Then play the spot so often that the public begins to think of that laugh each time they the the fool. Trump wouldn’t need to make up nicknames, just make a laughing stock out of each one so that the public can’t see their faces without hearing the stupid laugh in their minds. Even Trump haters would not be immune from the face/stupid laugh association. It would be like an advertising jingle that you can’t get out of your mind.


  30. Wow. If this is how you are welcomed into the club of Government then count me out. Wicked is a good starting word for the way he was treated. But I sure hope he gets the last word of his choice to use on these pathetic Judas types.


  31. Were, Time for these people ought go jail,
    These are such corrupted that Totally Disusting,
    Shameful lying Democrat and mainstream media’d,


  32. Ellis says:

    This makes a lot of things make sense. I think Barr has Mueller and Rosenstein by the balls right now. Think about how relaxed Barr was yesterday when he said he had no problem with Mueller testifying to congress.


  33. hellinahandbasket says:

    Any and all investigations, indictments, charges, trials, convictions, etc – hinge on the WILLINGNESS of our Congress to destroy the “legacy” of the 1st black president of the USofA, Barack Obama. If THE WILL to completely disgrace the Obama Administration is not there (because real justice will annihilate it), then this entire boondoggle of a coup and absolute fraud committed with weaponized-government against The People, will never end-up anywhere close to reaching the hands of Lady Justice. I guess these next few months we’re going to see exactly who the courageous Patriots are in Congress – but I would wager that even those few soldiers-of-justice (Nunes, Meadows, Jordan) who have “said” they’ll do right by The People, are soon going to find themselves under hot-lights and thumb-screws if they don’t sit down, and shut the Fu@k-up. We saw how they tried to come after Nunes all those months ago when he 1st took to the microphone to alert everyone of these shenanigans… just wait and see what’s in store for him and others if they keep pushing-up against the “legacy”.

    IMO – Everyone should use Justice Brett Kavanaugh as their default memory, when we can’t seem to believe just how far the globalist cabal’s leftist foot-soldiers will go to destroy America. I know Justice Kavanaugh’s opening remarks when he returned to readdress the weaponized congress seated before him, is the FIRST memory I push right up front in my mind – every bit of that lynching tells us in vivid living color, EXACTLY where we stand against this all powerful cabal of globalists (on the left AND the right).

    But, sure – I’ll hope and pray for Justice, but honestly, I won’t expect it – let’s just say I’ll wait to be pleasantly surprised. But I do expect to have #MAGA2020.


  34. anthohmy says:

    May 10, 2017,x 10:00 AM meeting between Rosenstein and McCabe (this time was pulled off of the Spygate timeline, presumably from the time of McGahn’s call _

    From McCabe’s Book:
    “In the middle of this meeting, he took a phone call. It was Don McGahn, calling to ask him to arrange for me to go back to the White House to interview for the director’s job. So we set that up for the next day.

    In this same meeting Rod talked about interviews with candidates for director. Then he flipped back to talking about possible candidates for the special counsel job. It was hard to track whether he was talking about candidates for one job or the other. One minute, he said Mueller had been asked to interview for the position of FBI director. Mueller had gone in for an interview with Trump, and left his phone there, and the phone had to be retrieved.”

    3:00 PM May 16, 2017 – 4:00 PM May 16, 2017
    Mueller Interviewed

    Question: How did McCabe know at 10:00 AM during the morning meeting when Don McGahn called that Mueller left his phone in Trump’s office and had to go back to retrieve it 5 HOURS BEFORE IT HAPPENED?

    italics mine


  35. Bill Henslee says:

    Go back and read that spate of emails. Forget about the reference to the Special Counsel investigation and concentrate of what they are discussing. Strocz has an offer of $600 K per year from an outside corporation. A very cushy job and pay raise for a FBI agent to retire to after leading the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s obvious law breaking with her email situation.

    This is a payoff in my opinion for the fraudulent “investigation” of the Clinton Crime Family where he broke every rule of investigations and virtually whitewashed the report for Hillary. The Clinton’s always have a backup backdoor way to payoff their allies and pay back their enemies.


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