It seems every day we’re finding out more about the partisan and conflicted nature of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team. Some of the conflicts have been known for months. But others, such as the actions of some FBI investigators on the independent counsel’s team, are just coming to light and further call into question the objectivity and non-partisanship, and therefore the legitimacy of the investigation.
The texts between Peter Strzok and his alleged mistress, Lisa Page, from which we’ve learned their general loathing of President Trump, are perhaps the most troubling. The questions now being raised as to what they meant by an “insurance plan” should Trump be elected require a deeper dive than the recent excuse that it was simply code to hide the affair.
Then we found out that there was a fourth person at the Department of Justice, Bruce Ohr, who was involved with this. He met with Christopher Steele, the author of the controversial dossier, and Glenn Simpson, the founder of Fusion GPS and who contracted with Steele to write the dossier. Turns out Ohr’s wife actually worked for Fusion GPS with a specific focus on Trump and the dossier.
Mueller’s has a partisan pack of wolves and an illegitimate investigation.