by Jack Watts
COMMON SENSE: Here is a perspective I have not yet heard. What if the Mueller Report was successful? What if Robert Mueller actually accomplished what he and his team set out to do? Let me explain.
The Mueller investigation went on for more than two years, but we have no idea when the investigators knew for certain that there was no collusion with Russia by candidate Trump or any of his staff. What if the investigators knew the answer to this question very quickly, which I suspect they did. What if they simply continue for the purpose of flipping the House of Representatives and undermining Trump’s ability to govern?
Would the Mueller team do some this unethical? Could they have simply allowed the process go continue, knowing that it was hurting President and keeping him from fulfilling his promises to the American people? Knowing the truth, as FBI Agent Peter Strzok did almost immediately, could their goal have transformed from investigating to undermining the effectiveness of the Trump Presidency? Could my suspected cynicism be real and legitimate, or not?
I believe the answer to each of these questions is, “Yes,” Mueller’s team was capable of such deviousness. Team Mueller may have had no leaks because it would have given their two new purposes away—to flip the House and to thwart the Trump agenda.
We need to know when they reached the conclusion that there was zero collusion with Russia. Each member of Mueller’s staff must be asked this question under oath. We, the American people, must know if the false witness against the President of the United States was a deliberate tactic of the Mueller team because, if it was, Democratic control of the House of Representatives was gained fraudulently. If I am right, and I’ll bet that I am, this will go a long way toward getting rid of Pelosi, Watters, Schiff, Ocasio-Cortez, Omar, and all the other riffraff currently in control of the House of Representatives.