The Russia Investigation May Be Over

The Russia investigation being run by Special Counsel Robert Mueller may well be over. As more and more information comes to light about how the investigation was put together, the more and more it seems like a setup.

Then there is the behavior of the investigative team. Their credibility and objectivity are now in serious doubt. It is also what the FBI did not do with Hillary Clinton and here staff that shows a glaring double standard. Hillary lied to the FBI worse than General Mike Flynn did and was not charged. Hello? Read the bias notes here.

As Written by John Lunder for the Daily Caller:

You will recall that former Director of National Intelligence Jim Clapper, today’s P.T. Barnum, set the stage for this circus when he claimed that the intelligence Community was unanimous in its assessment that Russia influenced the election. For months the Democrats and the media — but I repeat myself — told us that 17 intelligence agencies agreed. They did not, of course. The only agencies involved were the Central Intelligence Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National Security Agency — and the NSA had only moderate confidence in the estimate.

Later Clapper admitted that the conclusion was not even arrived at by the agencies, but by a handful of selected players in these agencies.

I’m willing to bet that the FBI’s head of counterintelligence, Peter Strzok, was one of those players.

This entire narrative rests on the assertion that Russia hacked the Democrat National Committee computer server and released, over the course of the campaign, emails that put Mrs. Clinton in a bad light.

How do we know that? Why, we took the word of the private company hired by the DNC attorneys who told us that……….


Russia Investigation Circus Is Over | The Daily Caller

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