Robert Mueller’s life is over after this smoking gun emerged
Robert Mueller has spent nearly two years trying to frame Donald Trump for collusion with Russia.
His investigation has failed on every front.
Now his life is over after this smoking gun emerged.
Mueller made Trump associate Roger Stone the focus of his collusion probe.
Stone claimed to have spoken to Julian Assange in 2016 and investigators believe he may have had advance knowledge of the WikiLeaks email dumps.
That all turned out to be lies.
Stone “predicted” the WikiLeaks email dumps because he was copied on an email from Clinton Foundation expert Charles Ortel to Fox News Journalist James Rosen.
Ortel told Rosen that Wikileaks was expected to release Clinton Foundation emails in September.
The Daily Caller reports:
Stone explained to TheDC the information he learned from the email was part of the basis for his August 2016 claim of impending information from WikiLeaks about the Clinton Foundation.
Stone has also sought to distance himself from scrutiny over a tweet he sent saying “trust me, it will soon the Podesta’s time in the barrel. #CrookedHillary.” The tweet is seen by critics as possible foreknowledge of WikiLeaks later release of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s hacked emails.
Stone, however, says that the tweet was based on “an August 14th article in Breitbart News by Peter Schweitzer that reported that Tony Podesta was working for the same Ukrainian Political Party that Paul Manafort was being excoriated for,” and that “the Podesta brothers extensive business dealings with the Oligarchs around Putin pertaining to gas, banking and uranium had been detailed in the Panama Papers in April of 2016.”
Stone strongly denied any collusion with WikiLeaks or Russia.
Now it appears he has the evidence to clear his name.