Robert Mueller could not believe who just ruined his witch hunt against Trump
Robert Mueller’s rigged witch hunt against President Trump was based on one core question:
Did the Trump campaign collude with the Russians to rig the 2016 election?
Mueller’s investigation just hit a turning point and you won’t believe who just destroyed Mueller’s chances of impeaching the President.
One of the most explosive collusion allegations was contained in the Christopher Steele dossier.
Steele claimed Trump lawyer Michael Cohen traveled to Prague to meet with Russian intelligence officials as part of a scheme to coordinate on efforts to defeat Hillary Clinton.
Cohen denied the allegations but many fake news reporters clung to the hope that this treasonous meeting in Prague would be proven to have happened.
That all came crashing down when anti-Trump Washington Post reporter Greg Miller revealed sources at the FBI and CIA also do not believe this meeting ever took place.
The Daily Caller reports:
But according to a top national security reporter for The Washington Post, FBI and CIA sources told reporters for the newspaper they doubt the allegations, which British spy Christopher Steele leveled.
“We’ve talked to sources at the FBI and the CIA and elsewhere — they don’t believe that ever happened,” Greg Miller, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winning reporter, said at an event in October that aired Saturday on C-SPAN.
WaPo has not reported that bombshell information, and Miller himself did not reveal the detail in his recent book, “The Apprentice: Trump, Russia, and the Subversion of American Democracy.” It is unclear why.
This revelation undercuts a critical component of his investigation.
If there was no collusion with Russia, then it means the Mueller investigation is a politically motivated witch hunt based on a fraud.