The Mueller-Comey Tag Team is Out to Get Trump

by JANET LEVY June 8, 2017

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The fact that Robert Mueller, the former FBI head who "bungled" the post-9/11 anthrax attack, is leading the "Russia-gate" investigation should be a matter of grave concern for Americans.

Comey, a close friend of Mueller, covered for the erstwhile director in the Amerithrax affair and the upcoming inquiry could very well be a quid pro quo transaction. 

The convoluted logic that led Mueller to target a "right-wing" government scientist when the infamous anthrax letters contained the imprimatur of Islamic extremists - "Death to America," "Death to Israel," Allah is G-d" - is more than mildly troublesome for a high level government official.

Recall that Mueller met with Nihad Awad, executive director of Hamas doing business as CAIR, as well as senior leadership of the Islamic Institute, the American Muslim Council and the Muslim Public Affairs Council (all Muslim Brotherhood affiliates) in 2002 at FBI headquarters.  

In 2005, under Mueller's administration, the FBI presented an award to Mohamed Magid, the imam of the infamous ADAMS center - a hardline Wahhabist mosque - and the president of ISNA.  

There have been several other instances of Mueller's Muslim Brotherhood collusion and investigative "incompetence."  

In 2013, Mueller testified that he was unaware that the mosque attended by the Tsarnaev brothers, the perpetrators of the Boston Marathon bombing that resulted in three deaths and close to 300 injuries, was founded by Al Qaeda financier Abdurahman Alamoudi.  Incredibly, Mueller's department had been conducting "outreach" activities with the facility's imam at the time.

Read Cliff's trenchant analysis of the Trump-obsessed witch-hunt du jour below.

Janet Levy,

Suceava, Romania 


Prepare the White House for President Pence

by CLIFF KINCAID 

Those who think that Russia-gate is a witch-hunt or a hoax that will run out of gas need to think again. As we are about to see with the live coverage of former FBI Director James Comey's testimony, this is an opportunity for the media to have enormous fun, generate ratings, and make money bashing another Republican president.

I went back in time for a juicy quote from The Washington Post's Ben Bradlee, a Democratic Party insider who commented during his paper's coverage of the Reagan administration's Iran-Contra affair that "This is the most fun we've had since Watergate." Bradlee saw the controversy as a way to bring down another Republican president. It worked with Watergate, which brought down Richard Nixon. It didn't work in Reagan's case.

But can they bring down Trump? The odds look good.

In an article headlined, "What Mueller's NFL probe means for Trump," the publication Politico suggests that Trump may save his presidency because the Russia-gate special counsel Robert Mueller will narrowly focus the probe, as he did with the NFL inquiry, and come to a "predetermined" conclusion. The article notes that Mueller let NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell off the hook in an investigation of what the league knew about a domestic violence case involving a player.

But the NFL probe is not how Mueller should be judged. As we have argued in two separate articles, Mueller's mishandling of the anthrax letters case is more appropriate. Mueller dragged this case out for years and in the end got the wrong guy. Nobody in the media wants to talk about this because they know coverage of Mueller's botched investigation will infuriate the former FBI director and serve to dry up sources in the special counsel's office.

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Janet Levy, MBA, MSW, is an activist, world traveler, and freelance journalist who has contributed to American Thinker, Pajamas Media, Full Disclosure Network, FrontPage Magazine, Family Security Matters and other publications. She blogs at www.womenagainstshariah.com


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