Wednesday, December 6, 2017


The FBI agent, Peter Strzok, (below left) who was fired from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's
Russia investigation team for sending anti-Donald Trump text messages conducted the interviews with two Hillary Clinton aides accused of giving false statements about what they knew of the former secretary of state’s private email  server.

After purported extensive questioning neither of the Clinton associates, Cheryl Mills (below right and Huma Abedin, (on the left) 
faced legal consequences for their misleading statements, which they made in those interviews last year with the former FBI section chief Strzok.

But another Strzok interview subject was not so lucky.

Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser, pleaded guilty last week to lying during an interview he gave on Jan. 24 to Strzok and another FBI agent. Circa journalist Sara Carter reported on Monday that Strzok took part in that interview with the retired lieutenant general.
How could Donald Trump have any trust in such an investigation?
The smoke is clearing from an explosive Mueller investigation weekend of charges, chattering, and tweets. Before the next aftershock, it might be helpful to make three points about where things stand. In ascending order of importance, they are:

1.) There is a great deal of misinformation in the commentariat about how prosecutors build cases. 
2.) For all practical purposes, the collusion probe is over. While the “counterintelligence” cover will continue to be exploited so that no jurisdictional limits are placed on Special Counsel Robert Mueller, this is now an obstruction investigation. 
3.) That means it is, as it has always been, an impeachment investigation.
The Way I See It.......this great collusion-with-Russia narrative that had the media hyperventilating for months, feeding off FBI and Justice Department "leaks", turns out to be the crock it always seemed. But they are still out to get Trump, one way or the other.
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