A Man Of High Ethics

Experts say Robert Mueller is a man of high ethical standards.

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18 Responses to A Man Of High Ethics

  1. just a thought says:

    Most impressive, especially given Mueller’s gestapo tactics.

  2. GeologyJim says:

    Poor George P was only fingered by the Mueller gang because he had been set up by the Deep State team (Mc Cabe, Strozk, Comey, Rosenstein, Ohr, and political operatives Clapper, Brennan and various members of the Obama White House) to recount things about “Russians” that he had been pre-fed through Christopher Steele network agents.

    All of this paid for by the Hitlery campaign and the Democrat Party (Donna Brazile and Debbie Blabbermouth Schultz)

    James Patterson could not have written a more intricately plotted collusion among US government officials, foreign agents, compromised academics, and willing stooges in the corporate media empires. But there you have it.

    The Dems figured they had all the bases covered, using US intellegence agencies, corporate media, and the swamp culture in DC to (first) knock Trump out as a candidate, (second) interfere with and compromise his presidential transition after he did the unpardonable act of beating the Hilde-Beast, (third) attempting to interfere with the Constitutional process of Electoral College ratification of the voter selection of the 45th President, (fourth) disrupting the first year or more of Trump’s administration with Obama-holdover stooges leaking irrelevant crap to the media stooges, and (fifth) arranging to get Mueller appointed as Special Investigator with unlimited subpoena power to “investigate” no crime, nor legitimate hint of crime.

    The only things they investigated were events arising from their own manipulation of minor agents who could subsequently be squeezed under “oath”.

    They threatened General Flynn, Paul Manafort, George Papadopolous, Carter Page, and others with financial ruin (defending their innocence against the unlimited resources of the Deep State) and crushed several lives.

    These Deep State crooks are beneath contempt and must be investigated, charged, prosecuted, and imprisoned for very, very long terms.

    Obama weaponized the entire US intellegence community, as well as the IRS, the EPA, and other government agencies with the power to impose fines and restrictions on any sector of the US economy. They need to be hunted down like rabid dogs.

    If not, Michelle (the Guy) may become the Democrat candidate in 2020.

    Do not doubt me.

    • paul courtney says:

      GJim: I agree, feel like I could write a book on this. I’m an R who opposed Trump, thought his campaign was just to set up a new tv show. The political advisor crowd (who’s advice Trump neither wanted nor paid for) were laughing about those exited huge crowds: Because Trump didn’t have the typical campaign staff in every state, didn’t hire political advisors (they stopped laughing at that part), he didn’t even have teams of advisors on foreign policy, education, etc. he couldn’t be a serious candidate. I know this because I read these people. He was being pressed by Rs for answers as to his advisors
      In spring ’16, Trump was reacting to Rs (not Ds, not the press) in announcing his foreign policy team. We now know that while Rs scoffed (Carter Page?! George Papawho?!!) and the press laid off (hoping Trump would be the R so Hillary could kick his ass and the Rs would be badly damaged), the Ds were sending guys like Prof Halper to begin the beguine. Also put Steele to work. I’m so full of loathing for the top echelon of DOJ and FBI, I find less room to dislike Trump. To those who don’t see this as a Clinton campaign operation from the jump, please consider this- nobody at the top of DOJ or FBI expressed any reservations about using law enforcement to investigate an ongoing pres. campaign. Nobody. They acted like activists, not cops.

  3. Rah says:

    Actually the Hillary campaign had taken control of the nearly broke DNC by the time they were going after George.

  4. MGJ says:

    The core ethics of such people is ‘the end (always) justifies the means’.
    He may well have been high too.

  5. GW Smith says:

    It’s a brave new world we’re on the verge of once Trump leaves.

  6. Andy says:

    Looking at that photo I am not sure how much I trust that man and his big breasted wife compared to Mueller.

    They probably have enough fingers to do a selfie but not a 400 page report ;)


    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Out of drugs and lonely again, Andy-Andy?

    • rah says:

      Yes! Always trust a person that goes after a persons family or fiancé as a form of black mail. You do that Andy! Just your type of guy I’m sure.

    • feathers says:

      No one should Trust Mueller. But about G. Papa – Jeff Carlson of “The Markets Work” and The Epoch Times was a hold out on George P.

      Mr. Carlson was not sure (still might not be) if G. Papa was a plant from the very start. It is odd that the Deep State would turn on its own but Carlson points to several incidences where Papadopoulos was very pushing with getting meetings with Russians. Perhaps Carlson has moved past this narrative as more info has come out.

      If you are ever in a debate with a DemoRat or RINO about the Russian Hoax, ask them if they know what happened on Nov. 17, 2016. This is when you know the MSM not only mis-informs but also un-informs.

      • rah says:

        The default position for all politicians and functionaries of the government should be the same as a good buyer of used cars has towards a used car sales person. They are all liars and corrupt scumbags until proven otherwise.

  7. Tom Abbott says:

    I was willing to give Mueller the benefit of the doubt, although there were big doubts right from the beginning. By all rights, Mueller should have recused himself from the Special Counsel appointment.

    But when I saw the final report he wrote about Trump it was obvious he was on the team trying to overthrow the duly elected president. His report was no more than talking points for the Democrats. And his delay in announcing Trump’s innocence to the public no doubt helped the Democrats in the 2018 mid-term elections. The Democrats couldn’t ask for more from Mueller, except for him nailing Trump on something illegal, which apparently he could not do no matter how hard he tried. So he was reduced to insinuating that Trump has somehow obstructed justice.

    Mueller was FBI Director when Hillary was selling uranium to Russia. Mueller had an FBI spy situated right in the middle of this illegal transaction, so Mueller knew exactly how dishonest this process was, yet in the end, he signed off on selling Russia the uranium.

    Mueller has a lot of questions to answer. And it looks like he is going to be asked those questions.

    • rah says:

      I was skeptical from the beginning.

      First off the claim of Russian collusion did not make sense from the beginning. Trump is the biggest outside threat to the Russian economy that one could imagine. Drill baby drill and all of that! Now Texas alone is producing more petroleum than Russia. And Oil sales, which make up about 1/3rd of their GDP, is the ONLY revenue that has been keeping Russia’s economy from being in third world territory and the ruble greater than the value of a US penny.

      Then when the same fake news people across multiple networks that declared Obama’s administration free of scandals started making Muller out to be the most ethical and moral man in Washington D.C. alarm bells went off for me.

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        Exactly. The charges just didn’t and don’t make sense.

        And all of this while China runs the largest foreign influence operation in the U.S. history, stealing or at least “transferring” know-how from companies they invest in, hacking U.S. government computers, stealing military designs, using students as well-placed spies in research institutions, pressuring university administrations through Confucius Institutes, bribing politicians and their family members with business deals, etc.

      • Disillusioned says:

        With everything that is actually known, I do not understand how all of it, including everything Clinton did, continues to go ignored and unprosecuted. Except that it is evidence there must be a ‘Deep State’ actually running things.

        I remember the Benghazi hearings, etc., etc. Everyone knows Clinton destroyed 33,000 emails, among many other misdeeds that would land a Republican in prison for life (or in front of a firing squad). The closest the American people ever get toward justice is lip service and ‘investigations’ that go absolutely nowhere. It is as if President Trump and conservative patriots are completely powerless in investigating and actually prosecuting the real criminals who are not even hiding behind a curtain – they are right out in the open flaunting this tyranny against the American people as paid pundits on ‘news’ networks, etc.

        It is a combination of George Orwell’s fictional 1984 and Groundhog Day rolled into the reality in which we exist.

  8. rah says:

    For those that have not seen or heard it. President Trump at the NRA Convention. An hour of our President at his very best. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3864&v=n85kv6H19Co

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