by Rod D. Martin
July 17, 2017
If Robert Mueller is indicting people he knows he’ll never put on trial, and knows he’ll never have to prove his case against them, or face their discovery requests and thus the need to show his “evidence”, but ABSOLUTELY REFUSES — as did his buddy Comey — to demand access to the DNC servers that constitute “the scene of the crime”, are in the U.S., and contain the most crucial evidence of the entire incident…
…well, that tells you this is all bunk. 100% bunk. Political theatre, because the whole thing was made up from the beginning, just as the Clinton insiders who wrote “Shattered” told us.
And note well: in announcing the indictments, Rosenstein admitted that no U.S. persons were involved in any way. Why do you think that is?
1. Because they weren’t. Which means no collusion. And 2. Because if Mueller indicted a U.S. person, that person would be entitled to discovery, and we’d find out that Mueller’s “evidence” against the 12 Russians is non-existent.
They say a grand jury will indict a ham sandwich. Who knew that Mueller would take that more-or-less literally?
— Robert Mueller Indicting People originally appeared as a Facebook post by Rod D. Martin.