Devin Nunes is about to ask Robert Mueller the one question that could end him
Robert Mueller is scheduled to testify on July 17.
Democrats believe the special counsel’s testimony will swing the momentum back toward impeachment.
But Devin Nunes is about to ask Robert Mueller this one question that will ruin him.
The FBI claims the Russia Investigation started after Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos told an Australian diplomat that the Russians had “dirt” on Hillary Clinton.
Maltese professor Joseph Mifsud was the one who passed this information to Papadopoulos.
The FBI and Robert Mueller both claimed Mifsud was connected to the Russian government.
But there is ample evidence they lied and that Mifsud actually worked for a Western intelligence service, which would make his meeting with Papadopoulos a set up.
Fox News reports:
Rep. Devin Nunes accused the FBI of having “something to hide” when it comes to Joseph Mifsud, a Maltese academic who became a key figure in the investigation into Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Mifsud allegedly told former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos that Russia had damaging information about Trump’s Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
“He is the first person that we know of on earth that supposedly knows something about the Russians having Hillary’s emails,” Nunes, R-Calif., said on “Fox News @ Night.”
“He has since denied that but (Special Counsel Robert) Mueller in his report claimed that Mifsud – or insinuated that Mifsud – was some sort of Russian asset. We know that this is not the case. In fact, we know that he was in the U.S. Capitol… just steps away from an intelligence committee.”
If Mifsud was indeed working for a Western intelligence agency, that means his meeting with Papadopoulos was a setup intended to plant the thought in his head that the Russians wanted to conspire with the Trump campaign.
That — in turn — gave the FBI a pretext to begin spying on Hillary Clinton’s opponent’s Presidential campaign.