The Mueller investigation is unraveling before our eyes. Every single one of his agents have been revealed to have an anti-Trump agenda.
Remember Peter Strzok, the agent that had to be fired because he was secretly texting his mistress about how much he hates Trump? It turns out that his text messages were a LOT worse than that.
"I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy's office -- that there's no way [Trump] gets elected -- but I'm afraid we can't take that risk," Strzok wrote in a text. "It's like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you're 40."
This single text message just blew a gaping hole in Robert Mueller's witch hunt. It literally admits a deep state conspiracy to destroy Trump.
Peter Strzok wanted to believe that Trump would lose, but he said he couldn't accept risking a Trump victory. So, he talked about an "insurance policy." Strzok is the counter-intelligence agent who started the Russia investigation. He literally is the one who started this witch hunt "insurance policy." The whole investigation is fruit from a poisoned tree.
He is the one who used the phony Clinton-funded "dossier" to get a FISA warrant to spy on Donald Trump and Michael Flynn. We also now know that Strzok is the one who edited James Comey's statement to replace the phrase "grossly negligent" with "extremely careless," thus clearing Hillary Clinton.
The whole thing is crashing down and now even more Congressmen are coming out demanding this witch hunt be shut down.
Peter Strzok is just the tip of the ice berg. We just learned that Andrew Weissman, the Mueller agent leading the investigation into Paul Manafort, actually attended Hillary Clinton's election night victory party in New York. He was in the crowd of crying Hillary supporters and is now in charge of taking down Trump.
Bruce Ohr was the associate deputy Attorney General who originally helped sign off on the Trump investigation. His wife worked for Fusion GPS and worked to put together the phony dossier. This is how the investigation started, with this compromised Obama administration official using Clinton-funded documents to go after their opponent.
Then there's Jeannie Rhee, the former Clinton Foundation lawyer who donated the maximum amount allowed by law to Hillary Clinton's campaign. Now, she is on Mueller's witch hunt team.
Every day, we learn a new way that Mueller's investigation is hopelessly compromised. The whole reason Mueller was appointed was to avoid the appearance of a conflict of interest with the Trump administration investigating itself. What we got was nothing but conflicts of interest.
Back in August when a plan was introduced to shut Mueller down, Congress refused to even consider it. Today, there are even more Conservatives demanding that Congress terminate this witch hunt and investigate the anti-Trump agents who have been leading it.
None of the charges that Mueller has brought against Trump aides have anything to do with Russian "collusion." Even Congressional Democrats have abandoned the collusion angle and are now trying to get Trump arrested because he fired James Comey.
This was never about Russia. This was about destroying Trump, no matter what. And Peter Strzok's texts about an "insurance policy" prove it.
Shut. It. Down.
Representative Ron DeSantis (R-FL) has introduced the amendment to pull the plug on Mueller's witch hunt. This is our best chance to get it shut down. If Congress passes this one sentence, Mueller's team would lose all of their government funding.
The Amendment is really just one sentence: "None of the funds made available by this Act may be used to fund activities pursuant to Department of Justice order 3915-2017."
That would mean all of these anti-Trump agents would all of a sudden lose their paychecks. Mueller wouldn't even be able to purchase a box of donuts for his office.
Here is the beautiful thing: usually, it takes 60 votes to pass something in the Senate. But because this has to do with spending, it can make it through with just 51 votes. If it is attached to one of these reconciliation bills, Democrats would be powerless to block it. But only if we strike right now!
If this is going to happen, it will have to happen before next week. That is when Congress must pass its next set of spending bills. Now that we know just how compromised the agents on the Mueller witch hunt are, this is our best shot to shut this down.
But we need to act right NOW!