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BAD COP: Mueller’s SCANDAL-RIDDEN Past EXPOSED, He’s As DIRTY AS THEY COME

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Special Counsel Robert Mueller has numerous obvious conflicts of interest that should prohibit him from investigating President Trump, but after seeing the long list of scandals he turned a blind eye to it’s evident he shouldn’t be anywhere near a law enforcement position.

American Lookout completed exhaustive research into Mueller’s shady past, and what they found was an eye-popping list of scandals that either went unpunished or weren’t investigated to begin with. Not only is Mueller a part of the swamp, his actions arguably led to the creation of the very swamp we elected President Trump to drain.

Quite simply put, Mueller is a clear and present danger to the President.

From the American Lookout, via the Gateway Pundit:

Major Scandals During Mueller’s FBI Years:

At the nation’s top cop, then-FBI Director Mueller had massive resources to investigate crimes, as well as the ability to arrest suspects and recommend prosecution of the offenders. The following is an abbreviated list of major scandals and likely crimes that Mueller did not meaningfully investigate as FBI Director—no arrests, no consequences:

Falsification of Iraq War intelligence (2003): information providing the sole justification for a war that caused the death and dismemberment of thousands of American soldiers was later found to be fabricated, false, or overstated at the time it was presented to the public. Mueller not only failed to investigate and arrest any of the perpetrators of this deception—he actively participated in the plot:

Vanishing Currency (2003): the US sent $12,000,000,000 in $100 bills to the Iraq War combat theater, which mostly went unaccounted for once it entered the country

NSA Warrantless Surveillance (2001-2013): illegal collection of domestic phone records and internet communications that were sent or received by US citizens, in violation of Fourth Amendment protections against warrantless search and seizure, followed by potential perjury committed by Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who denied the practices under oath; the 2013 Snowden revelations proved that the 2004 story about Comey and Mueller stopping illegal surveillance practices meant absolutely nothing in reality

Emailgate (2007): discovery that several top Bush administration officials violated the Presidential Records Act by using an RNC server for email communications while conducting official business, followed by the deletion of millions of the same emails

Walter Reed Neglect Scandal (2007): troops recovering from severe war-related injuries were subjected to squalid living conditions and grotesquely substandard care due to a privatization agreement that resulted in drastic staffing cuts, after which patients were told to “keep quiet” and whistleblowers suffered retaliation from higher-ups

IRS Targeting (2010-2013): the IRS intentionally selected and then delayed or denied tax-exempt 501(c)(3) applications from conservative groups to prevent them from participating in the 2012 election, followed by IRS agent Lois Lerner invoking her Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination

Fast and Furious (2010): this ATF program, which seems to have served no rational purpose, allowed over 2,000 guns to be purchased illegally inside the United States and then “walked” into Mexico for use by criminals, one of which was later used in the 2010 murder of Border Agent Brian Terry by the member of a Mexican cartel

Associated Press Spying (2012): the Department of Justice illegally seized the communications of AP reporters made during April and May 2012, allowing the DOJ to unmask journalists’ confidential sources

Clinton Foundation Pay-for-Play (2009-2013): during the period in which Hillary Clinton held the office of Secretary of State, the Clinton Foundation and Bill Clinton received millions of dollars in paid speaking fees and a million dollar “gift” from countries involved in matters with the State Department, many of which had ties to terrorism and human rights abuses; some of these funds were apparently diverted from charitable causes to personal expenses, such as Chelsea Clinton’s 2010 wedding

Russian Uranium Deal (2009-2013): Hillary Clinton’s State Department approved a deal allowing a Russian company to control 20% of the uranium mining production capacity inside the United States, which was followed by millions of dollars in donations to the Clinton Foundation from people associated with the transaction

Clinton Private Email Server (2009-2013): during her entire tenure as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton dodged Freedom of Information Act requirements by using a private email server to conduct official government business, as well as sent and received classified information that was Top Secret over an unsecured system—an “extremely reckless” (and obviously illegal) act

KEEP READING…

The craziest part about this? It’s only a partial list of crimes and malfeasance Mueller allowed to happen under his watch.

That’s not to mention, Mueller’s actions after leaving the FBI are suspect as well. He joined the same law firm that represented HSBC Bank, which was the center of a money laundering probe involving terrorist and drug cartels but was subsequently given a five-year probationary period and bank officials were given a pass; they didn’t serve a single day in prison.

Mueller’s failure to prosecute these very clear violations of the law has led to the two-tiered justice system we’ve all grown to loathe – the one for us “little people” and the one for rich elites. If he couldn’t properly do his job while serving as the FBI Director, how can we ever trust him to properly do his job now?

The President needs to fire this guy…immediately.

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