Kory Langhofer, a lawyer for President Donald Trump’s transition team, has accused Special Counsel Robert Mueller, a former director of the FBI, of unlawfully obtaining tens of thousands of private emails during his investigation, as reported in Politico of Dec. 17. Mueller’s office obtained the records earlier this summer from the General Services Administration (GSA), the government agency charged with holding all transition materials, and used the material, according to the lawyer, “even though its prosecutors were aware some of the materials were subject to claims of attorney-client privilege and other protections.”
Well over one year later, the investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the US presidential election to ensure the victory of Donald Trump has still not turned up any evidence, but the counterattack by some in Congress has brought to light the highly suspicious attempts by the FBI and the Justice Department to undermine first the Trump campaign and then the Trump presidency.
Dec. 11, 2017 – While the anti-Trump media was cheering the guilty plea of former National Security adviser Lt. General Michael Flynn, hailing this as a step closer to removing President Trump, special counsel Robert Mueller and his team were hit with revelations which have severely damaged their credibility. At the center of these revelations is the role of top FBI agent Peter Strzok, who was removed from Mueller’s team when it was revealed that he and his mistress were exchanging anti-Trump SMS messages, and that Strzok and the FBI were using the discredited “dodgy dossier”, produced by “ex”-MI6 agent Christopher Steele, to create “Russiagate” in the first place.
Nineteen U.S. Congressmen have drafted a letter demanding an investigation into the activity of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is spearheading the drive to contain or remove President Donald Trump from power, based on the absurd allegations that his election was the result of Russian operations directed by President Putin. The letter was addressed to Senator Chuck Grassley, Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and Rep. Bob Goodlatte, Chair of the House Judiciary Committee, both Republicans. It represents the first official effort to challenge Mueller’s open-ended fishing expedition, which has expanded far beyond its original legal mandate, and has yet to produce a scrap of evidence implicating either Putin or Trump.
Executive Intelligence Review published in its Sept. 28 issue, a dossier, “Robert Mueller Is an Amoral Legal Assassin: He Will Do His Job If You Let Him.”
For anyone who wishes to understand the real story of what is behind the “Russiagate” regime change operation in the U.S. today, an expose in the Sept. 29, 2017 issue of Executive Intelligence Review, is a “must read”. There, investigative journalist Barbara Boyd takes apart the cover story of Robert S. Mueller as “incorruptible” and fair-minded, revealing instead that he is a corrupt operative of the British-U.S. intelligence services known as the “Deep State.”
On Sept. 16, the LaRouche political movement in the United States released a statement demanding an international investigation into the Saudi-led genocide ongoing in Yemen, which is being distributed at the ongoing United Nations General Assembly meetings in New York. The recent new revelations on the role of Saudis in the 9/11 terrorist attacks have once again put the spotlight on the need to dismantle the Saudi-related networks perpetrating such crimes.
The sanctions bill targeting Russia, Iran and North Korea that the United States Congress passed almost unanimously in the last week of July is a flagrant violation not only of international law, in that it decrees that U.S. law must also apply to sovereign foreign countries, but also of the American Constitution, as it severely narrows the President’s power to define and carry out foreign policy. The intent of the bill is clearly to torpedo the Trump Administration’s efforts to improve relations with Russia. That, in turn, seriously heightens the danger of thermonuclear world war.
The political climate in the United States has become increasingly volatile and dangerous, fed by the frenzy of demonizing President Donald Trump as a dictator, a greedy self-serving incompetent, and even as an agent of Russian President Vladimir Putin. That culminated last week in the shots fired at Republican Congressmen and their aides during a baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia. Among those hit was U.S. Representative Scalise, the third-ranking member in the Republican leadership in the House, who remains in critical condition.