MUELLER HIRE “LITERALLY SALIVATING AT THE PROSPECT OF GOING AFTER TRUMP”
by Sharon Rondeau
(Dec. 8, 2017) — In recent days, Fox News has reported that a member of Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller’s “team” hired to investigate alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin served as attorney to Obama deputy national security advisor and Democrat operative Ben Rhodes.
Laura Ingraham first broke the story on her new Fox show, “The Ingraham Angle” that Jeannie Rhee, who served in the Obama Justice Department, also represented the Clinton Foundation in a 2015 lawsuit and represented Rhodes as his “personal attorney.”
Mueller was hired in May by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein after Democrats and some Republicans demanded an independent investigation of allegations that Russia had meddled in the U.S. election apparatus and that the Trump campaign may have improperly communicated with the Russian government.
Thus far, former and short-lived Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and two of his former aides have been indicted on alleged crimes unrelated to the presidential race, and Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn (Ret) pleaded guilty last Friday to two counts of lying to the FBI. Members of Congress, both Democrat and Republican, have said that no evidence of “collusion” associated with the election has yet been found between Trump, his aides, and any Russian operatives.
You and I must know a lot of the same people. For example, I’m sure you’re acquainted with Ben Rhodes, who was Obama’s deputy national security advisor but who actually spent most of his time as a skilled political operative, constructing Obama’s “narrative.” Until very recently, I was literally Ben’s personal attorney, so of course I learned a lot from him about writing fiction, which will be useful to our legal team as we create our own narrative for what Trump did. (For example, it’s easy to leak to the media that evidence is piling up by the day, even when no evidence whatsoever has been found.) In fact, when the House Intelligence Committee was investigating possible Russian interference, I was literally Ben’s liaison with them. So I know what I’m doing –- literally –- and am, above all, political. Ben’s letter of recommendation is attached. I have also attached letters from my respected colleagues at the FBI, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page (who say hi), and also from Andrew Weissmann. They know I have what it takes to get the job done!
I hope to join your investigative team as soon as possible and get to work unseating Donald Trump.
Mueller has been accused of treason by LCDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III (Ret) and others based on his now-obvious intent to thwart Donald Trump’s presidency and for his past actions, which include having led the FBI when it deployed scores of unnecessary agents in Madisonville, TN on April 20, 2010 in an effort to frame military veterans as “potential domestic terrorists.”
As a result, Darren Wesley Huff spent four years in federal prison for a crime he did not commit, based on a false affidavit from FBI Special Agent Mark Van Balen.
The U.S. Justice Department refused to release any documentation associated with Huff’s arrest and incarceration, citing “privacy” as the reason.
During the Obama years, Operation Vigilant Eagle targeted military veterans, particularly those returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, as being unfit to own a firearm and as “militia/sovereign citizen extremists.”
Mueller served as FBI director from 2001 to 2013. During Obama’s first term, he approved the removal of terminology which he deemed “offensive to Muslims,” from FBI training materials, according to documents Judicial Watch received after filing a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit.
Earlier in Mueller’s reign as Special Counsel, he reportedly was seeking evidence of treason on the part of Trump aides.
In her alleged letter to Mueller, Rhee claimed that she was “highly qualified for this job.” “First, let me say I am very highly motivated, and, indeed, am literally salivating at the prospect of going after Trump, as I strongly supported Hillary Clinton for President –- having given over $16,000 to Democrats since 2008 –- and know she simply couldn’t have lost fairly because literally everyone in my circle of friends at the FBI voted for her.”