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CONFIRMED: ‘Everyone On Mueller’s Team Can Be Investigated’….Here’s How



WASHINGTON — A top national attorney in consultation with U.S. Attorneys confirms to Big League Politics that Robert Mueller’s entire team can be investigated for prosecutorial misconduct, based on revelations of anti-Trump bias among his lawyers and staffers.

“Every one of these people on Mueller’s team should and can be investigated,” said the attorney, who believes that Peter Strzok’s actions “taints everything at that point.” Strzok is the FBI agent who was kicked off Team Mueller for sending “anti-Trump text messages” to a woman. Rep. Jim Jordan believes that Strzok was involved in using the debunked Hillary Clinton-funded Trump dossier to obtain a surveillance warrant for Trump Tower.

“It would seem to me that the work he did tainted everything. It may require Mueller to review all of the work he did.”

“How do you continue this thing without investigating every single person there?” the attorney said.

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Any work on the case that Strzok participated in (which was apparently substantial) can be rendered inadmissible in the case by Trump’s team. Political repression is a form of prosecutorial misconduct. Trump could also defend himself based on selective prosecution, considering the fact that Mueller helped Hillary Clinton collude with the Russian government and Clinton was never prosecuted for her potentially treasonous acts, whereas Trump was targeted for investigation before any evidence surfaced in the case.


Big League Politics sounded the alarm on Team Mueller’s conflicts of interest as they relate to Trump’s opponent and bitter enemy Hillary Clinton. With early promotion from Lou Dobbs and other alternative media personalities, the conflict-of-interest narrative rightly took off and gained a life of its own. Now, even the mainstream media is unable to ignore the massive partisan conflicts of interest bogging down Mueller’s case.

The conflicts of interest are everywhere.

Peter Strzok, who oversaw the Hillary Clinton email investigation for the FBI and interviewed Hillary Clinton, was on Mueller’s team.

Clinton donor Jeannie Rhee, who represented the Clinton Foundation and also Hillary Clinton during the email investigation, is on Mueller’s team.

Aaron Zebley, who repped Clinton aide and key email-scandal figure Justin Cooper, is on Mueller’s team.

Andrew Weissmann, who defended the federal government’s surveillance rights in a panel discussion at the George Soros-funded New America Foundation, is also an Obama donor. Weissmann is now under fire for having told Department of Justice official Sally Yates that he was “proud” of her for opposing and defying President Trump’s visa travel ban.

Preet Bharara, the man who prosecuted conservative writer Dinesh D’Souza and was a leading contender to be Hillary Clinton’s theoretical Attorney General, was fired by the Trump administration but still landed his office’s prosecutor Andrew Goldstein on Mueller’s team.

The three key operatives in this plot: ringleader, former FBI director Andrew McCabe, former FBI director James Comey, and special prosecutor and former FBI director Robert Mueller, can also be prosecuted as individuals for their part in the corruption stemming from the partisan political wars of the last several years.

How about Mueller himself?

Mueller himself can also be investigated based on the whistleblower claim that he lied to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, trying to downplay the massive scope of his warantless surveillance program during his time as FBI director. That claim can be supported by numerous witness testimonials in the event of a formal investigation into Mueller’s conduct.

Here is what former FBI Special Surveillance Group agent Chuck Marler told Big League Politics (emphasis added):

“I used to work for the Special Surveillance Group (SSG) at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Robert Mueller was my Director.  I have been wrestling with his disregard for my safety and his dishonesty with my and other coworkers’ concerns.  That is why in 2008 I decided to quit the Bureau early and start my own business and get away from the corruption of certain members of the FBI management.  I saw first hand how dishonest some of them could be. Since Mueller has taken over as Special Counsel, I’ve been concerned about him continuing that behavior which leads me to the following.

Mueller and certain members of FBI Management deceived the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence in 2005 and they intimidated and bullied the U.S. Office of Personnel Management from 2005 through 2008.

Mueller and individuals in FBI Management were continually notified by members of the SSG that their surveillance activities were growing way beyond the scope of their operational plan before Congress and that their safety was at stake. After 9/11, the program had expanded at a rapid pace.  The members of the SSG were happy to take on the vastly growing surveillances throughout the country but they wanted better protection, better compensation and more clear duties defined through Congress.  Mueller and FBI Management continually ignored their cries for help…

…In the Summer of 2005, two FBI employees in the SSG Program wrote a letter and mailed it to every member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI).  The two FBI employees were notified by Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison’s office of receipt of the letter…

The two employees involved in the SSCI letter were informed by staff at Senator Hutchison’s Office of Mueller’s response to the letter which the two employees knew the response was not truthful.  OPM opened a routine complaint/inquiry based on the letter that they received from the four FBI employees.  The OPM officer that had the misfortune to be assigned the job, sent an initiation letter to FBI Headquarters to gain security clearance to begin her assessment.  She was immediately threatened with arrest by FBI agents.  Subsequently and because of the letter, the four FBI employees were threatened with arrest, imprisonment, raids of their residences and loss of their job.”

To say the least, that is a big, big deal.

Mueller can also be investigated for his direct role in Hillary Clinton’s sale of 20 percent of U.S. uranium to the Russians, a sale in which Mueller allegedly served as an operational mule.

CIA and NSA whistleblower Dennis Montgomery identified former FBI director Mueller as having overseen a secret surveillance program that spied on Trump’s phone calls for years. The alleged program, created during the Bush administration and run by Obama intelligence officials John Brennan and James Clapper, is detailed on 47 hard drives that Montgomery and his lawyer turned over to the FBI, which James Comey buried. Montgomery is suing Obama, Brennan, Clapper and others in a case before D.C. District Court Judge Richard Leon. This case is being watched closely by insiders on both sides of the Russia probe.

Mueller also helped stonewall the Obama administration’s “investigation” of its own IRS targeting scandal.

Mueller has formed a political team with his friend, fired FBI director James Comey, and the current FBI director Andrew McCabe to work together against President Donald Trump. But Mueller and Comey are not the ringleaders. Surprisingly, it’s McCabe.

An inside source told Big League Politics that McCabe is “running the show,” and “he’s the key.”

“Mueller and McCabe are assembling a better political operation than Hillary had in the campaign. The trio of Mueller/McCabe and Comey are all creatures of the swamp,” the source explained. “Any Republican who thinks this isn’t a political operation and isn’t geared toward impacting 2018 and beyond is absolutely nuts.”

“I think McCabe is the most politically savvy given how he navigated the controversy with his wife’s campaign donations and the Clinton investigation,” the source continued.

McCabe took over when Comey got fired and quickly set up the team’s power play. McCabe said that Comey did not get fired from the FBI for performance issues. That sets up the premise for a potential obstruction of justice move by the McCabe-Mueller-Comey trio.

But the trio’s power play was stifled when Comey unwittingly cleared Trump of obstruction of justice. Comey testified under oath that Trump never obstructed his Russia investigation, thus setting Comey up to be charged with perjury if he ever changes his tune.

Comey can be investigated for obstruction of justice himself, for allegedly burying information about that secret alleged off-the-books surveillance program led by John Brennan and James Clapper.

Comey can also be investigated for obstruction of justice pertaining to his FBI’s failure to search the contents of Hillary Clinton’s backup email device. As Big League Politics reported:

Court records show that the Connecticut-based email storage company Datto handed over a “device” consisting of five or six disks to the FBI in October 2015. Insiders believe the device potentially contains every electronic communication that Hillary Clinton sent or received during her tenure as Secretary of State. James Comey spent his entire FBI investigation missing many Hillary Clinton emails and communications, according to the official version of events.

The FBI handed the device over to the State Department, which has not searched it at all.

“We don’t know what the FBI did once they had the device and the information on it. What we know is since the investigation ended in July of last year the material found on that device has been forwarded from the Justice Department to the State Department,” Michael Bekesha, a Judicial Watch senior lawyer working the case, told Big League Politics in an exclusive interview.

“I don’t know what it suggests. The State Department now has it. We know that the State Department has not gone through it. Five disks of information. It may have been six, the number changed,” Bekesha said. “They said there are thousands of records on whatever was turned over from the Datto device and eventually they will get around to reviewing those records and getting them to us in response to our FOIA.”

“Until the State Department releases the information, we will not know: what was on there that Hillary Clinton did not turn over? What did Huma Abedin not turn over? Are there emails from Chelsea Clinton on the server?,” Bekesha said. Judicial Watch continues to find new Hillary Clinton emails on a regular basis.

Citizen researcher Larry Kawa, who brought the case to Judicial Watch, told Big League Politics that the device contains “everything.”

Yet again, that is a big big deal.

Former FBI director Andrew McCabe, the ringleader of the team’s plot, can be investigated for his own clear Hatch Act violation for campaigning and raising money for his wife’s political campaign while serving in the administration. He was even photographed in a campaign T-shirt doing so. In fact, McCabe is already under investigation for that transgression.

As Roger Stone points out for Infowars, it is up to Trump to appoint a special prosecutor to go on offense against these entrenched government bureaucrats. Stone writes:

“The president must order the U.S Attorney General Jeff Sessions to name a special prosecutor to look into, among other things, the Uranium One scam that was run on the American people by the Clinton crime syndicate, with the involvement of all of the key figures who so coincidentally happen to also be at the center of this illegitimate ad hoc Trump-takedown hit squad, now headed by counterfeit boy scout Robert Swan Mueller III.

If Sessions fails to carry out this order, he should be and must be removed as attorney general (the honorable thing for Sessions would be to resign if he parts ways with the president on this). The departure of Sessions would then leave the clearly-compromised Rod Rosenstein, once again, in the position of appointing a special prosecutor, as was the case with Mueller’s appointment. Rosenstein’s implication in Uranium One makes this patently untenable, so the next Justice officer in line to effectuate the president’s command would be the Solicitor General.

Only Donald Trump can save his presidency from this outrageous partisan lynch mob illegitimately operating under his nose and under his very authority as president, intent on undermining his election and thereby the office of president itself.”

Stone is right. Steve Bannon recently told President Trump that his legal team, led by Washington lawyer Ty Cobb, is asleep at the wheel and needs to be replaced. Ty Cobb’s cool baseball name and mustache aside, Bannon is clearly right.


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EXCLUSIVE: Police Investigate NY Times Reporter For Breaking Into GOP Staffer’s Home



Police and a Prince William County magistrate have opened an investigation into New York Times reporter Stephanie Saul for breaking and entering in the apartment of a Corey Stewart campaign staffer in Woodbridge, Virginia.

Stewart U.S. Senate campaign staffer Brian Landrum and a house guest have filed a police report after the house guest witnessed Stephanie Saul inside Landrum’s apartment Wednesday July 18 at 2:15 PM. Brian Landrum was at work and he was not in the apartment at the time.

The eyewitness was able to identify New York Times reporter Stephanie Saul as the intruder. Saul, who won the Pulitzer Prize in journalism for reporting on police pension fraud, did not immediately return questions for this report.

The Prince William County magistrate told Brian Landrum that Saul could be charged with misdemeanor unlawful entry, or potentially felony breaking and entering.

The intrusion took place at Bell Stonebridge Apartments in Woodbridge, VA.

“Working in politics, you become accustomed to the rough-and-tumble nature of the sport. But never in a million years could I have anticipated the New York Times sending a reporter to break into my apartment looking for a story. We’re working with police investigators, and look forward to justice being served,” Brian Landrum said in a statement.

The eyewitness was listening to music when she heard rustling, turned around, and saw a female in Landrum’s kitchen. The woman was turning to leave. The kitchen is 5 to 10 feet from the apartment’s threshold. The apartment is a secured facility with key fob doors. Non-residents are not allowed in the apartment building without consent. Access to the apartment building requires a key fob.

Brian Landrum said that he does not know Stephanie Saul. The apartment building’s office reported that Ms. Saul asked about Landrum at the front desk, saying she was trying to find Landrum and that he did not answer his door when she knocked. The office said that they did not allow Stephanie Saul into the building, and they do not know how she entered the building at this time.

The intruder left a note on Landrum’s kitchen counter.

The intruder said, “hello?”

The houseguest replied, “hello?”

The intruder said, “Is Brian here? I need to ask some questions.”

The houseguest replied, “No, he’s not here. He’s at work.”

The intruder said, “I’m looking for Landrum.” She said she wanted to talk to Brian Landrum and asked when he would be home.

The houseguest replied, “Eight p.m.”

The intruder said, “Can you give him this note?”

The houseguest replied, “yes.”

The intruder turned and left the apartment.

The houseguest did not understand what was going on. She recalls being “pretty shaken up,” and did not know how to respond.

Here is the note left by Stephanie Saul, obtained by Big League Politics:

The story of Saul’s entry into Landrum’s apartment is already circulating in Virginia political circles like wildfire.

“I heard she busted into Landrum’s apartment,” said Graham Moomaw, political reporter for the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Virginia U.S. Senate Republican nominee Corey Stewart compared the break-in to Watergate.

“Carlos Slim and the New York Times will stop at nothing to fight against my strong platform of supporting the rule of law, building the wall, and putting Americans ahead of big business intent on flooding our borders with low-skilled labor from the south, but I never thought they’d break into someone’s apartment,” Corey Stewart said in a statement.

“This is like Watergate, but this time it’s the press that’s breaking into private property,” Stewart said.

“I knew the New York Times didn’t care much for the rule of law, but this violent behavior is blatant intimidation intended to silence conservatives,” Stewart said.


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