Robert Mueller’s Amoral Abuse Of Power For The Elite
Over time, the hallmarks of a Mueller operation clearly emerge: Persecute the innocent. Let culprits and killers go free. Cover for covert operations, no matter how immoral. Punish whistleblowers. Reward wrongdoing. Use the weapons at hand to worship the State: misleading leaks, intimidation of witnesses, destruction of documents, bribery and lies. In Mueller’s world, the truth itself is collateral damage. —Louisiana State Senator John Milkovich
Judging by Mueller’s history, it doesn’t matter who he has to threaten, harass, prosecute or bankrupt to get to allege something or, for that matter, anything. It certainly appears Mueller will do whatever it takes to bring down his target — ethically or unethically — based on my findings. —Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert
The Republicans absolutely must retain the majority in these midterm elections or we could face more of Rosenstein’s purposely created monster…Special Counsel Robert Mueller who has covered up and botched cases for decades. Robert Mueller should be looking in the mirror for Russian collusion by himself and Hillary Clinton in Uranium One. His recusal from the appointment by Rosenstein was required.
And now, Rod Rosenstein was apparently engaged in discussions with some corrupt FBI officials to wear a wire to record our President in order to help the Deep State. Mr. Trump is most likely keeping him around until the Mueller investigation is over. When that’s done, goodbye AG Sessions and Deputy AG Rosenstein.
Jeff Sessions has been an abysmal failure and Rosenstein is the most politically corrupt Deputy Attorney General in the history of this country. Both of them are responsible for giving us two years of Robert Mueller whose government corruption goes back at least 30 years. He is an evil, nefarious and treacherous figure, and Republicans truly are delusional if they think the special counsel was ever going to be fair.
The Mueller Book
Diane Long, a fellow Phyllis Schlafly Eagle from Louisiana sent me a book she said I absolutely must read. I was stunned with the opening chapter. We thought we knew about former FBI Director Robert Mueller and the Deep State infiltration of the Department of Justice (DOJ). We thought we knew how totally untrustworthy they are, but this book by Louisiana State Senator and attorney John Milkovich takes it even further. The title of the book is Robert Mueller, Errand Boy for the New World Order, and it is available on Amazon or through pay pal.
Congressman Louie Gohmert wrote a 15,500 word expose of Mueller entitled Robert Mueller Unmasked and he said this, “Robert Mueller has a long and sordid history of illicitly targeting innocent people. His many actions are a stain upon the legacy of American jurisprudence. He lacks the judgment and credibility to lead the prosecution of anyone. I do not make these statements lightly. Each time I prepared to question Mueller during Congressional hearings, the more concerned I became about his ethics and behavior.”
Senator Milkovich’s book goes far deeper on several of Mueller’s targets including the Whitey Bulger Gang, Pan Am 103, Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI), Ruby Ridge, 9-11, Anthrax, Weapons of Mass Destruction, The Surveillance State and the War on President Donald J. Trump.
As I’ve mentioned in previous articles, the history of the DOJ and the FBI leave much to be desired. The DOJ was founded, and signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant in 1870 and at that time eliminated one-third of federal legal staff. People forget that the FBI is the National Security Agency’s (NSA) primary partner in domestic spying, which allows them to work in secret.
Edgar Hoover joined the DOJ in 1917 as the first Director of the FBI and immediately rose to prominence because of his role in the ”Red Scare” and ”Palmer Raids” in 1919. He subsequently ”served” 10 presidents and nearly twice as many attorneys general for 47 years.
Hoover spent his career amassing and expanding his power. ”Hoover didn`t trust anyone he didn`t have something on,” an aide later acknowledged. ”He`s got files on everybody, damn it,” Richard Nixon said.
The FBI and much of the DOJ is built on political power, not on protecting the American citizenry from criminal elements. Hoover had files on everyone, a protection factor for himself so that he could blackmail and control those in power. Not much has changed.
Decades of FBI Corruption
Let’s go all the way back to brilliant crime writer, Jack Olsen’s Last Man Standing, the gripping story of Elmer “Geronimo” Pratt, a decorated military Viet Nam veteran war hero and community leader, who was framed by the FBI in one of the greatest travesties of justice in American history. The FBI targeted Pratt in a cointelpro operation. Why? Because Pratt as head of the Los Angeles Black Panthers did not believe in violence.
I spoke to author Jack Olsen, to Elmer Pratt, to his lawyers Stu Hanlon and Johnnie Cochran. The theft of 27 years of this innocent man’s life is what the FBI is all about.
Elmer Pratt was convicted for the 1968 murder of Caroline Olsen on a Santa Monica tennis court. He spent 27 years in prison before the conviction was overturned in 1997 after a judge ruled that prosecutors had concealed evidence.
Geronimo Pratt spent a great deal of time in solitary confinement and was constantly a target of assassination. As a UCLA student though, he had led the Los Angeles Chapter of the Black Panther Party, and became the quarry of the FBI. Here is the spellbinding saga of Pratt, his lawyers, freeing Geronimo, and suing the FBI for false imprisonment for the first time in American history
In April 2000, a federal judge approved a $4.5 million settlement of the Pratt lawsuit, against the City of Los Angeles and the FBI.
We know many other unconstitutional actions were used by the FBI, and several of them are listed in Senator Milkovich’s amazing book.
Mob Boss Whitey Bulger
On 30 October 18, James “Whitey” Bulger, 89-year-old Boston mob boss, was killed in prison by a fellow inmate with mafia ties shortly after he was transferred to a West Virginia federal prison.
Bulger was reportedly wheeled away from security cameras and beaten with a lock in a sock and also had his eyes gouged out. Sources told The Daily Mail that Whitey Bulger was about to out people in the FBI, specifically FBI officials of the informant program.
In the midst of Bulger’s homicidal heyday, from 1975 to 1994, Robert Mueller served as Assistant U.S. Attorney and later U.S. Attorney for Boston.
As an FBI informant, Whitey Bulger was helping the FBI to cart off his criminal competitors even as he buried bodies in shallow graves along the Neponset River. FBI agents in the pocket of Whitey Bulger had framed four men for a murder they did not commit. According to some researchers, the Boston FBI actually assisted Bulger’s gang in the commission and coverup of murders. And when the FBI agents weren’t pocketing bribes from Bulger, they were helping him murder potential witnesses who were poised to expose the FBI’s sordid deal with Whitey Bulger.
Four men were framed and convicted for the murder of Teddy Deegan to protect Bulger and his henchmen. Sara Carter reported that the bureau buried the truth to protect the brother of Bulger’s partner. Two of these men died in prison. One of them was posthumously proven innocent and in 2001, all four were exonerated of Deegan’s murder. The FBI intimidated a public official who disagreed with the conviction, and they devastated the family of another who was wrongly convicted. Louis Greco’s family was destroyed because of his false conviction.
It was Robert Mueller, first as an assistant U.S. attorney then as the acting U.S. attorney in Boston, who wrote letters to the parole and pardon boards throughout the 1980s opposing clemency for the four men framed by FBI lies,” writes the Boston Globe’s Cullen. “Of course, Mueller was also in that position while Whitey Bulger was helping the FBI cart off his criminal competitors.”
Pan Am 103
The tragic bombing of Pan Am 103 on December 21, 1988 and the murder of 259 people was covered up by Robert Mueller. A group of U.S. intelligence specialists led by Major Charles McKee of the Defense Intelligence Agency had gone to Beirut to find and rescue hostages. While there, they learned about CIA involvement in a drug smuggling operation run through an agency called COREA. Time Magazine reported the likely explanation for the bombing, supported by independent intelligence experts, was that U.S. operatives “targeted Flight 103 in order to kill the hostage-rescue team.” This would prevent disclosure of what McKee’s team had learned. That theory was also supported by the fact that the CIA showed up immediately at the scene of the crash, took McKee’s briefcase, and returned it empty. Link
Mueller was appointed as the chief investigator of the bombing over Lockerbie of Pan Am 103. He presided over a systematic effort to conceal the crimes culminating in the destruction of 103. He did not bring to justice drug dealers, the terrorist paid to bomb the plane, the CIA agents who helped smuggle heroin into the U.S. or the CIA agents who notified Iranians that McKee and his team were flying on Pan Am 103. There was no justice for Charles McKee or for the other 258 passengers aboard this flight.
Mueller’s Effortless Coverups
Senator Milkovich’s book exposes the Mueller coverup of the Bank and Credit Commerce International (BCCI), the international crimes, black ops by intelligence agencies on both sides of the Atlantic, and how conspirators were kept out of jail.
Ruby Ridge was where the FBI snipers shot and killed Vicki Weaver while she was holding her 10-month-old baby, shot and killed her 14-year-old son while he ran from gunfire, and shot Randy Weaver. Why? Because Randy refused to become an undercover agent for the FBI investigating separatist groups. Mueller was infuriated over criticism by members of Congress of the FBI siege and murders.
Innocent Dr. Bruce Ivins ended up taking his life because of the false charges of his anthrax involvement by Robert Mueller and James Comey.
Our surveillance state all comes down to Robert Mueller’s efforts while FBI Director after 9/11. Monitoring American citizens despite the fact that the government knew about 9/11 and were given many warnings, was the goal. The Surveillance State in America has now become the pretext for the intelligence establishment to spy on every law-abiding citizen in America, including our President while he was campaigning. Mueller implicitly argues that the perpetual and ubiquitous data collection of the digital and telephonic communications of millions of law-abiding Americans is constitutional.
The story of Mueller’s tactics in 9/11 and the deaths of two brave men are devastating. John O’Neill who led the FBIs counter terrorism division and died in the towers, as well as Dr. David Graham who was poisoned…these are the biggest stories in this fabulous book. FBI Director Robert Mueller covered up so much, including the involvement of the Saudis. Mueller strove to conceal that intelligence agencies and the federal government had substantive evidence before 9/11 of an imminent terrorist attack, and top intel bureaucrats and government officials did nothing.
Dr. David Graham, a Shreveport, Louisiana dentist contacted the FBI about two men he suspected were planning an attack against America. The FBI wouldn’t listen, instead they tried to intimidate Dr. Graham. After the attack, he saw pictures of these two men in the newspaper. Graham was a decorated Viet Nam veteran, with enough experience to know the FBI had failed in its duties. He had warned federal authorities, but they did nothing.
He wrote his account in a report and even carried a 96-page report to local FBI agents. As Graham got closer to releasing his report on what had happened, the FBI admonitions not to publish became ominous. The attacks on Graham became stronger and he ended up poisoned and suffered for a year and a half before succumbing. This is a story everyone needs to know regarding the actions of our intelligence agencies.
Deep State operative Mueller was long-time close colleagues with both James Comey and Rod Rosenstein. President Trump possesses the authority to fire them all. This book gathers so much of his involvement over the last 30 years of Mueller’s career. It is an astonishing chronicle of coverups, corruption and collusion. It is 165 pages of pure documentation of evil.
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