All hell broke loose when the FBI launched this investigation into Robert Mueller

Washington was thrown for a loop when news broke that the FBI might investigate Robert Mueller.

No one could believe it.

But now all hell is breaking loose once everyone found out the reason why the FBI may investigate Robert Mueller.

Mueller’s office asked for an FBI investigation after allegations surfaced that someone was trying to pay a women to come forward with allegations that Mueller sexually harassed her in the 1970s.

The woman – Loraine Parsons – wrote an email to several media outlets outlining a shadowy offer to pay her tens of thousands of dollars to claim Mueller sexually harassed her when they worked together decades ago.

Politico reports:

At issue is an email widely circulated this month among journalists from someone who claimed she’d been approached with an offer to pay her tens of thousands of dollars if she’d answer questions about Mueller and then sign a sworn affidavit accusing him of sexual misconduct and workplace harassment.

“When we learned last week of allegations that women were offered money to make false claims about the Special Counsel, we immediately referred the matter to the FBI for investigation,” Mueller spokesman Peter Carr said in an email. The FBI did not comment.

The person, who identified herself to POLITICO and other news organizations as Lorraine D. Parsons of Fort Myers, Fla., said she worked with Mueller in 1974 when she was a paralegal at the law firm Pillsbury, Madison and Sutro.

In her email, which POLITICO could not independently confirm, Parsons said a man named Bill Christensen contacted her by phone to inquire about Mueller.

The media could not wait to breathlessly report these insane allegations to build sympathy for Mueller.

Other conservatives argued the media showed their bias when they instantly knocked down these allegations as preposterous but reported equally false and fabricated allegations against Brett Kavanaugh as fact.

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