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Updated List of Mueller Indictments: More Than 80% Are Russians Who (If They Are Real People) Will Never Face US Courts

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Guest post by Joe Hoft

The Mueller witch hunt is reaching new heights.   With the 12 Russians indicted today, the corrupt Mueller team has now indicted 31 individuals and 3 companies, with more than 80% of the indictments related to Russians who we really don’t even know if they are real or whether they did anything to interfere in our 2016 election.   These indictments today only diminish the validity of the ‘witch hunt’ by adding more ‘fake indictments’ to the already pitiful list. 

Dirty and Corrupt Cop Robert Mueller and his team of conflicted liberal attorneys and investigators are seeing their unconstitutional witch hunt fall apart.  It seems like on a daily basis more and more information becomes available of the entire gang’s unlawful acts.  In spite of this, they charge forward hiring more troops while working with their mainstream media (MSM) to report their unlawful and phony leaks planned to keep their criminal conspiracy alive.  Today’s actions were no different.

Corrupt and dirty cop Mueller started the ‘witch hunt’ more than one year ago, on May 17, 2017, and began looking into individuals with any relationship with President Trump.  Mueller’s team were not interested in crimes that President Trump committed.  There are none.  Instead, Mueller went after anyone with any relationship to the President and any other ‘fake indictments’ with Russians they can create.  Mueller’s entire team has serious conflicts of interest and his investigation is unconstitutional, but this has not deterred Mueller.

Dirty Cop Mueller and his team went ahead and indicted some individuals related to the President and then he apparently made up other individuals out of thin air and indicted them too.  Here’s an updated list of the indictments and their current status.

12 Russian Intelligence Officers

FOX News reported today –

The Justice Department on July 13 announced that 12 Russian intelligence officers were indicted for allegedly hacking the Democratic National Committee, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and Hillary Clinton’s campaign during the 2016 election.

All 12 are members of GRU, the Russian intelligence agency.

The indictments, which stem from the Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russia’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election, were announced by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

These 12 individuals will never be prosecuted.  We really have no information that they did anything to disrupt the 2016 election.  The FBI and DOJ cannot be trusted in anything related to the Mueller investigation so it is not a stretch to believe these indictments are made up like the other Russians indicted previously.  The only thing is this time the individuals indictment may be real people, but who really knows if they had anything to do with our 2016 election.

The 13 Russians ‘Made Up’ by the Mueller Team

In an effort to tie their corrupt investigation to Russia, the Mueller team indicted 13 Russians after presenting their cases to a grand jury in February of this year.  Immediately, these indictments were suspect as everyone on to the corrupt Mueller team knew that these ‘Russians’ would never be brought to justice, even if they were real, because they would never come to the US to stand trial and risk being put in jail.

Unfortunately for Mueller however, this too has turned into a royal mess.  Lawyers defending one of three Russian companies indicted with the 13 Russians, Concord Management, showed up for court.  Mueller’s team was caught off guard and never expected this.  They immediately asked the judge for more time but the judge denied their pleas noting that they were the ones who indicted the Russian company in the first place.

When the case proceeded, the Concord attorney’s noted that another of the three companies indicted by Mueller was not in existence at the time of Mueller’s indictment.  They called this a case of Mueller indicting the proverbial ‘ham sandwich’.

At a following court appearance, the attorneys representing Concord stated that the corrupt Mueller team’s allegations of 13 Russian individuals impacting the 2016 election were “made up” nonsense.  The individuals were not even real.

Concord Management’s lawyers revealed that Mueller’s team had ignored over 70 discovery requests they had made for information in the case.  In response Mueller’s team offered to give Concord Management’s lawyers a massive amount of social media data from those dangerous trolls who sought to influence the US election and the majority of the data was in RUSSIAN.

Mueller’s lawyers then admitted that they don’t even have English translations for the Russian social media posts.  Mueller’s lawyers don’t have English translations of the Russian social media posts but somehow Americans were influenced by these Russian language posts?

It was reported that Mueller’s team didn’t want to hand over the data that had been accumulated related to the Russians because the Russians would then use the information to spy on Americans (ignoring that they supposedly already had).

The case of the Russians has quickly turned into a big joke.  The Mueller team should be ashamed for bringing it to the court and indicted for making the whole thing up.

In total now, 25 of the 31 indictments made by the Mueller team are related to Russians that were most likely made up that will never be brought to justice if they were by chance legit.

General Mike Flynn

The biggest indictment to date by the dirty cops and attorneys on the Mueller team was the indictment of General Flynn for lying to the FBI.  One of the two individuals that Flynn apparently lied to was Peter Strzok in a discussion at the White House shortly after the inauguration.  Strzok was the lead investigator who took Hillary Clinton’s testimony in her email scandal and Strzok was apparently fine when with Hillary destroyed her server, 30,000 emails, numerous phones with hammers and lied to him and all of America.  However, shortly after Flynn spoke with Strzok, former Attorney General Sally Yates went to the White House and told the President the General had lied.

Flynn was fired by the President and then when Mueller started his witch hunt he charged Flynn for lying to the FBI.  Flynn eventually pled guilty but the judge overseeing his plea was recused.  We later found out that the recused Judge, Rudolph Contreras was also a FISA Court judge and a friend of Strzok’s.

To date Flynn has not been sentenced after the new judge demanded Mueller provide the General with all information related to his case.  Also, new evidence has unfolded of Sally Yates and/or former FBI Head Andrew McCabe doctoring and destroying evidence that led to Flynn’s conviction.  The Senate has asked the FBI and DOJ for this support but it has not been provided to date because some expect it is not there (it was destroyed).  They have also asked for the other FBI Agent who interviewed Flynn with Strzok but to date the FBI will not allow him to be interviewed by the Senate.

The entire Flynn case is now not only falling apart but it appears Strzok, Yates, McCabe, Mueller and possibly others may be involved in crimes in doctoring and destroying evidence and charging Flynn for a crime as a result.

Recently the judge overseeing this case demanded that Mueller’s team and General Flynn appear in front of the court at a status hearing on July 10th.  National Review’s Andrew McCarthy believes that Flynn’s plea is not going away, but we are more hopeful.  General Flynn was innocent and evidence supports this.  Mueller’s team of dirty cops framed him using corrupted information and the FBI probably spied on him illegally during the campaign.  He apparently was forced into a plea by Mueller’s dirty cops who most likely leveraged attacking his son for a guilty plea.  This should not happen in America.  Sure Trump can and will pardon him if convicted, but Flynn should not be charged for a crime he did not commit.

Mueller’s team has been postponing the sentencing on Flynn and the best guess is that the band of dirty cops has been trying to delay the embarrassment of Flynn’s plea being overturned until after the 2018 elections.  The judge is not buying this.

Paul Manafort

Paul Manafort was President Trump’s campaign manager for a short time during the 2016 election.  The Mueller team initially charged him with multiple counts of not filling in forms required by the law starting in 2005.  In an effort to pay his legal fees, Manafort borrowed money using personal collateral or real estate.  Mueller and his team then charged Manafort with bank fraud claiming these loans overstated the value of his properties.  This past week Mueller’s team then charged Manafort with trying to tamper with witnesses.

Manafort’s attorneys have argued that the entire case was unconstitutional based on the fact that no crime was committed by Trump which is required to set up a Special Counsel and  based on the scope of the case being unlimited and therefore also against the law related to Special Counsels.  However, the judge on one of Manafort’s cases is Obama appointed Judge Jackson.  With her record it is doubtful that Manafort will receive a fair trial and she already has disagreed with these arguments from Manafort’s legal team.

Fortunate for Manafort another judge overseeing one of his cases, Judge T. S. Ellis, has asked Mueller’s team for the scope document of the Special Counsel investigation.  When the Mueller team said it was classified, the judge said he would be the judge of that.  Judge Ellis recently hammered the Mueller team for its clear motive not to bring justice in the Manafort case, but to bring down President Trump.

Mueller petitioned the court to have Manafort thrown in jail and corrupt Judge Jackson complied.  The abuse that Mueller his Obama cronies have perpetrated on Manafort will go down in history as some of the most inappropriate actions of an American citizen in history.

Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani said he wouldn’t be surprised if Judge Ellis dismisses Manafort’s cases for government misconduct.  If justice is to be served, then this will be the case.

Rick Gates

Richard Gates pleaded not guilty to all charges against him by Mueller, many related to years before the election.

Rick Gates was named alongside Manafort in the recent charges brought by the special counsel. He’s accused of 11 counts related to filing false income tax returns and three counts of failure to report foreign bank and financial accounts.

Gates pleaded guilty on February 23 to federal conspiracy and false-statements charges.

In wake of the guilty plea, Mueller moved to drop the 22 bank and tax fraud charges against him. The decision to drop the more expansive charges against Gates could suggest that the former Trump campaign official is cooperating and providing good information to Mueller’s team.

Manafort has challenged the court as to the constitutionality of indictments for activities before the 2016 election.  He has a valid argument which would no doubt relate to Gates’ case as well.

George Papadopoulos

Papadopoulos has a questionable background.  He was a young man who traveled to the UK and apparently was set up by spies inserted into the Trump campaign by the FBI in early 2016.

A former foreign policy adviser to Trump’s presidential campaign, George Papadopoulos pleaded guilty in 2017 to making false statements to the FBI regarding “the timing, extent and nature of his relationships and interactions with certain foreign nationals whom he understood to have close connections with senior Russian government officials,” according to court documents.

Papadopoulos, like the others indicted, is under gag orders so we really don’t know what he did or said to the FBI.  If he was set up as has been implied in the recent news stories, he too may have a chance to have his case overturned.

Alex van der Zwaan and Richard Pinedo

These are two individuals no one has ever heard of or will ever remember.  van der Zwan was charged with lying to the FBI and Pinedo was charged for selling bank accounts to Russians, even though Pinedo said he didn’t know he was selling accounts to Russians.  Both cases sound suspect and more related to abuse of power by the Mueller team than actual crimes being committed.

In Summary

In spite of the pitiful cases Mueller’s gang has put together to date, they continue to spin the media with pro witch hunt leaks almost daily.  Today’s announcement of the charges against 12 Russians is another suspect action.   The Mueller team continues to hide the numerous gang members that have been removed from the team for various legal reasons to the point that Congress has now asked for a list of former and current witch hunt participants.  The gang also reportedly not only is continuing to move forward but they are bringing more crooked gang members on board.

As of today 25 of the 31 individuals indicted are Russians who will never be held accountable if they are real people, and if they are, they will never come to the US to face our courts.  What a joke!

Mueller and his team of corrupt and conflicted deep state crooks should not only have their cases thrown out, they should be indicted for their actions and efforts to overthrow the duly elected President of the United States, Donald J. Trump.  The Mueller investigation is a ‘witch hunt’.

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Report: White House aides expecting Whitaker to “rein in” Mueller’s final report on Russiagate, block any Trump subpoena

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There’s not even a pretense that he’s in this role for any reason other than protecting Trump from Mueller, is there?

In fact, this NYT story claims that the White House’s first contact with him in July 2017 was to discuss “joining the president’s team as a legal attack dog against the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III.” No wonder he ended up at the top of the DOJ. From the beginning Trump seems to have conceived of the position of Attorney General as head of his de facto legal defense team. Once Sessions declared that he wouldn’t play that part by recusing himself from Russiagate, his usefulness to Trump was over.

It’s funny that the White House thinks there’s some way to muzzle Mueller at this point, though, especially with the opposition party set to take over the House in eight weeks.

People close to Mr. Trump believe that he sent Mr. Whitaker to the department in part to limit the fallout from the Mueller investigation, one presidential adviser said.

White House aides and other people close to Mr. Trump anticipate that Mr. Whitaker will rein in any report summarizing Mr. Mueller’s investigation and will not allow the president to be subpoenaed.

He knew exactly how to appeal to the president: “By October of last year, Mr. Whitaker was telling people that he was working as a political commentator on CNN in order to get the attention of Mr. Trump, said John Q. Barrett, a professor at St. John’s University School of Law who met Mr. Whitaker during a television appearance last June.” His cable-news gig was a job tryout in the administration, chock full of soundbites that were skeptical of Mueller, not coincidentally. It worked like a charm.

That being so, it’s impossible to take the report floating around today that Whitaker won’t try to cut the special counsel’s budget as a sign that he plans a hands-off approach to the investigation. He came to Trump’s attention for his willingness to criticize Mueller, ultimately landing a role as Jeff Sessions’s chief of staff and now as acting Attorney General. After all that, how does this wild journey end with Whitaker standing aside and letting Russiagate proceed to the end unimpeded? It would be an even bigger betrayal of Trump’s expectations than Sessions’s recusal was.

But if the plan is for him to bottle up Mueller’s final report — which is submitted to the Attorney General, remember, and remains within the Attorney General’s discretion to releas — that’s not going to work. My pal Karl knows why:

On Earth 2, where Republicans retained control of the House, *maybe* Mueller would have maintained a sphinx-like silence after submitting his final report to acting AG Whitaker. The media would have begged for interviews but Mueller and his deputies have been a vault to this point (publicly, at least). On Earth, however, Mueller will be called to testify before the House Judiciary Committee and House Intelligence Committee, both in open and closed sessions. His core findings will leak. The actual report itself might leak, whether from anti-Trumpers at the DOJ or from House Democrats who’ve finagled a copy somehow. Having Whitaker try to formally suppress the release when the public is an uproar about seeing the contents would achieve nothing except underlining how deeply shady the Trump-Whitaker arrangement appears. It’d be smarter to have him release the report and then set Trump’s spin doctors to work making the case that, if anything, the contents largely/partially/somewhat vindicate the president. Why would they want to suppress something that makes him look good?

Whitaker blocking a subpoena of Trump from Mueller would backfire for all the same reasons. It would reek of cronyism; Democrats would expose it; it would inflame the public more than the subpoena itself would; and thus there are more politically astute ways to deal with it. Trump could go to court and try to have the subpoena defeated there, or he could state upfront that he’d assert his Fifth Amendment privilege if called to testify and therefore Mueller needn’t bother. “How could I submit to questioning in a witch hunt?” he’d say. “I’d be validating this garbage process!” All of his fans will side with him and any political hit he’d take among non-fans will fade by 2020, especially if Mueller’s final report doesn’t directly accuse him of anything.

I don’t think Whitaker will do anything to Mueller while in office. Even if he wants to, the bad headlines he’s generating for Trump likely mean they’ll push him out and propose a permanent nominee sooner rather than later. One more tidbit on Whitaker and his relationship with Sessions, this time from CNN:

In recent months, with his relationship with the President at a new low, Sessions skipped several so-called principals meetings that he was slated to attend as a key member of the Cabinet. A source close to Sessions says that neither the attorney general nor Trump thought it was a good idea for Sessions to be at the White House, so he sent surrogates. Whitaker was one of them.

But Sessions did not realize Whitaker was having conversations with the White House about his future until the news broke in late September about Rosenstein

Whitaker and Sessions didn’t have a prior relationship before Sessions — at the urging of the White House — accepted Whitaker as his chief of staff. Sessions interviewed him and the two grew to have a good working relationship. Sessions liked him, but even if he didn’t, the plan was already hatched for him to take the role, according to one source familiar with the matter.

Let me get this straight. Whitaker spends months on CNN in 2017 criticizing Mueller; then, coincidentally, the White House pushes him on Sessions as his new right-hand man; and not until September did Sessions have an inkling that maybe Whitaker had been working against him? Trump probably wanted him as Sessions’s chief of staff to begin with so that he could serve as the White House’s eyes and ears on Russiagate inside the DOJ. Plus, having Whitaker as a DOJ employee made it easy to satisfy the Vacancies Reform Act in the event of a vacancy at the top of the Department. Remember, under the statute the only way to bypass Senate confirmation for a temporary appointee to a position like AG is to choose someone within the upper ranks of the same agency where the vacancy opened up. That is, if Trump wanted a handpicked (temporary) successor to Sessions and didn’t want to worry about the Senate, he needed that person installed in a top job at the DOJ first. And whaddaya know? Whitaker was appointed chief of staff to Sessions last year. Trump’s probably quietly been eyeing him for this moment for many months. You would think he’d have asked to someone to research Whitaker for any political vulnerabilities during that time, but oh well.

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MUSLIMS Storm Jewish Kristallnacht Remembrance Vigil in London – Start Screaming About Killing Jews (VIDEO)

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On November 7th a vigil was held by pro-Israel activists in London on Speaker’s Corner in Hyde Park. A few dozen activists with Israel Advocacy Movement gathered there ahead of the anniversary of Kristallnacht, the 1938 Nazi pogrom in Germany and Austria.

But the vigil was shut down when angry Muslims stormed in screaming about killing Jews.

The Muslims were screaming about the Khaybar, a historic event mentioned in the Koran when Muslims slaughtered hundreds of Jews in the seventh century.

The Jewish group decided at that point to call off their vigil.
They appeared to be outnumbered about 4 to 1 by the Muslims.

JTA reported:

A vigil held by pro-Israel activists in London for Jews murdered in Arab countries was dispersed after men shouted in Arabic about killing Jews.

The event by the Israel Advocacy Movement was held Wednesday on Speaker’s Corner in Hyde Park, which is known for its culture of free speech and passionate street preachers championing various causes.

A few dozen people holding Israeli flags and candles gathered there ahead of Kristallnacht, the 1938 Nazi pogrom in Germany and Austria, to highlight the suffering and slaying around the same time of many hundreds of Jews who were killed and wounded in pogroms across the Arab world.

Joseph Cohen, an Israel Advocacy Movement activist, filmed the event as about 20 men drowned his talk shouting “Jews, remember Khaybar, the army of Muhammad is returning.”

The cry relates to an event in the seventh century when Muslims massacred and expelled Jews from the town of Khaybar, located in modern-day Saudi Arabia. Some of the men shouted about “Palestine,” surrounding the pro-Jewish activists and shoving them.

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Ignored ICE detainer causes release of illegal alien who goes on to murder 3

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Each one of these stories is tragic and they crop up all too often. Sadly, we have to keep on highlighting them because you generally won’t hear much about it from the mainstream media. This one was flagged by our colleague Timothy Meads at Townhall. Last December, Luis Rodrigo Perez, an illegal immigrant from Mexico, was arrested in Middlesex County, NJ on domestic violence charges. ICE issued a detainer for him, which the local officials refused to honor and Rodrigo Perez was released.

Now, as all too often happens, the story has taken a tragic turn several states away.

An illegal alien previously detained by a sanctuary city in New Jersey has been accused of killing three individuals in Missouri, but federal authorities argue that these crimes could have been prevented if better cooperation existed between immigration officials and local enforcement.

According to Fox News, “Luis Rodrigo Perez, 23, a native of Mexico, is charged with fatally shooting two men and wounding two others on Nov. 1 and fatally shooting a woman the next day.”…

“Yet again, an ICE detainer was ignored and a dangerous criminal alien was released to the streets and is now charged with killing three people,” Corey Price, the agency’s active executive director, said. “Had ICE’s detainer request in December 2017 been honored by Middlesex County Jail, Luis Rodrigo Perez would have been placed in deportation proceedings and likely sent home to his country – and three innocent people might be alive today.”

For their part, the authorities in Middlesex County are trying to blame this on ICE. They’re saying that ICE failed to issue an order which would have “authorized Middlesex County to turn over custody of Mr. Perez.” But that’s the upshot of what a detainer does. They asked Middlesex to hold him so they could pick him up. Instead, he was released and now two men and a woman are dead in Missouri.

Why is this so difficult? We’ve allowed politics to poison the system to the point where authorities in these sanctuary cities, counties and states can’t even cooperate with federal immigration authorities over someone charged with domestic violence? I thought that was one of the triggers which would qualify anyone for detention and deportation. If you’re part of the far left, you can at least make the argument that illegal aliens with zero other crimes on their rap sheet should perhaps be given a break. But that’s not the case with Perez. This isn’t the sort of person we’re supposed to be putting on a smooth pass to amnesty.

Now, instead of sending him back to Mexico, he’ll be tied up in U.S. courts (and probably prison) for decades to come. Small comfort to the families of his victims.

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