Under Fire, Mueller Plays The Media Card

Posted October 27th, 2017 by Iron Mike

Late this Friday evening Special Counsel Robert Mueller claims he has a sealed indictment from the Grand Jury against a Trump associate – arrest due by Monday.

Mueller is the former FBI Director who in 2009 kept mum on evidence the Russians were bribing the Clintons to buy Uranium.  He let that sale go through. 
Now his ‘Sealed Indictment’ of a Trump associate will stir the Propaganda Ministry into a raging frenzy all weekend.
By Mueller throwing the Media this RAW MEAT,  – he knows they’ll talk about it all weekend,  – and ignore the Uranium One and Fusion GPS scandals.

4 Responses to “Under Fire, Mueller Plays The Media Card”

  1. Lonnie Brennan

    If only a few others would have the clarity of vision and character that you have, to speak the truth, loud and clearly, and to see through these b.s. politicians and dregs of the swamp.

    Yes, first thing I thought: diversion from Hillary.
    This media blows.

  2. Walter Knight

    The first step in politically charged Federal grand jury indictments is to shop around to file in the right district. If you want to ‘stick-it-to-the-man’ you go before a Democrat Washington DC jury.

    A mostly black probably racist Washington DC grand jury will indict Republicans no matter the evidence.

  3. Kojack

    The corruption and political bias of this swamp creature is so obvious, he should have been fired along with Deputy FBI Director Weinstein a long time ago. Now as the Uranium 1 scandal is breaking wide open(no coincidence), it may be too late to avoid any real political damage as the sob has empaneled a grand jury and announced he is about to deliver an indictment tomorrow.

  4. Jim Gettens

    Memo to Mueller:

    The Podesta Brothers get indicted after Manafort, right???

    See http://insider.foxnews.com/2017/10/24/tucker-carlson-source-says-podesta-group-and-paul-manafort-subject-mueller-russia-probe

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