Former Federal Prosecutor: Trump Should Pardon All Mueller’s Victims
By NWV Senior Political News Writer, Jim Kouri
“It’s kind of cruel what’s going on right now and the president should put these defendants out of their misery,” said Larry Klayman, a conservative legal activist. “I think he should pardon everybody — and pardon himself.”
In Politico’s recent piece on Trump Administration and campaign personnel caught up in the bogus Deep State “Russian collusion” narrative led by Robert Mueller, former Justice Department attorney Larry Klayman called for immediate pardons by President Donald Trump — including a pardon for former National Security Advisor and retired Army General Michael Flynn.
With nothing to show for all of their investigations into non-existent collusion, former FBI Director Mueller and his crew of Democrat partisan lawyers have cast about for something — anything — to explain Crooked Hillary Clinton’s 2016 rejection by the American voters, filing totally unrelated charges against Trump campaign members and the now ludicrous indictments of 13 Russians for nothing more than social media posting.
Despite all their resources and the eager parroting of the false collusion narrative by the CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times and the rest of the leftist media — there is clearly no “there” there — and it’s high time this whole pathetic charade comes to an end, Friend!
“It’s President Trump to put his foot down — FIRE Robert Mueller and PARDON the victims of his “Deep State” inquisition — and I want you to help me make that clear,” Klayman advised..
“That’s why I’m calling for an IMMEDIATE public DEMAND, Friend, and asking you to add your name to the Freedom Watch “End the Witch Hunt, Pardon the Victims!”
Special Counsel Mueller Nailed as Dirty ‘Cop’ and Plagiarist
After an arguably overreaching year-and-a-half investigation that included the FBI and Obama administration spying on Donald Trump, his family, his business practices, his campaign, his transition team and his administration, the number-two man in the Justice Department, Rod Rosenstein, called for a news conference.
He told the Trump-hating news media that indictments were being released charging 13 Russian nationals with alleged cybercrimes.
However, instead of shining additional light on the Trump-Russia collusion case, Special Counsel Robert Mueller had Rosenstein deliver a press briefing that further detracted from the credibility of Mueller and his team of Democrat lawyers. Rosenstein announced charges against Russian operatives who interfered with the U.S. presidential election process during the 2016 campaign cycle and following Donald Trump’s victory over the Democratic Party’s super-politico Hillary Rodham Clinton.
With the help of the news media sycophants, Mueller and his Trump-bashers should have made a splash with their announcement but instead it was called “a nothing-burger.”
Truth be told, the liberal-left reporters at Buzzfeed and The Atlantic had already extensively exposed the Internet trollers years before Trump announced his presidential ambition.
According to the unenforceable indictment, the 13 Russian suspects have worked for several cyber-related companies, including a “troll farm” based in St. Petersburg, Russia, called the Internet Research Agency (IRA), which operated both pro- and anti-Trump social media accounts, as well as accounts favorable to Black Lives Matter and Bernie Sanders.
Mueller’s spokesman Peter Carr said in a statement: “The indictment charges all of the defendants with conspiracy to defraud the United States, three defendants with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud, and five defendants with aggravated identity theft,”
“What Peter Carr, Rosenstein and Mueller avoided mentioning was the fact that it would be quite surprising if Russia would actually extradite 13 of its citizenry,” said criminal attorney Michael Barker. “Besides, why would Vladimir Putin turn over 13 skilled operatives to the United States?”
Several journalists who actually examine old press stories discovered a 2014 report from Buzzfeed which shows that not only was this troll group’s activities known, they were also fairly transparent about what they were doing.
“Russia’s campaign to shape international opinion around its invasion of Ukraine has extended to recruiting and training a new cadre of online trolls that have been deployed to spread the Kremlin’s message on the comments section of top American websites,” according to Alex Jones and his InfoWars.com website.
Jones’ website also describes: “The bizarre hive of social media activity appears to be part of a two-pronged Kremlin campaign to claim control over the internet, launching a million-dollar army of trolls to mold American public opinion as it cracks down on internet freedom at home.”
A 2013 article from The Atlantic reveals the same scheme by Russian trolls to influence U.S. opinion on a number of political issues.
“A Russian journalist who visited one such comment-mill, the St. Petersburg Internet Research Agency, met with a coordinator who said the job was not unlike writing copy for a hair dryer: ‘The only difference is that this hair dryer is a political one,’” wrote Olga Khazan.
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