Louie Gohmert is my favorite member of Congress from either chamber. He doesn’t get the attention that Trey Gowdy, Jim Jordan, and other high-profile Republicans receive but make no mistake, the man possesses the heart of a patriot and regularly and genuinely displays his frustration over what has become business as usual in Washington over the past three decades in that parasitic and noxious cesspool President Trump refers to as “the swamp,” which We the People have hired him to drain.
In an essay, titled “ROBERT MUELLER: UNMASKED,” Gohmert indeed rips the mask off of the special prosecutor who has been chasing the Russian fairy tale for over a year desperately trying to find any speck of dirt he can find to pin on the president.
What has Mueller found so far? Nothing. Nada. Niente. Zip. Zilch. Zefuckinro! And, by all appearances, if he is going to find anything to charge President Trump with, he is going to have to fabricate it, which, judging by Representative Gohmert’s essay, is not to be unexpected.
But, carry on, Mueller must. Surely, someone will flip and lie to protect themselves or Mueller will destroy them and lock them up (Mike Flynn).
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Please take the time to read Gohmert’s essay in its entirety (pdf copy, below), but in the event you simply don’t have the time, which is completely understandable in today’s hectic world, I have read it completely and am summarizing it here.
Framing a group of men in Boston for a murder they did not commit: Whitey Bulger was an FBI informant who the FBI was happy to assist in removing his competitors, sending a group of them to prison for a murder they did not commit. After many years in prison, the case against the innocent men was overturned and thrown out and the (surviving) men freed, who received a huge settlement of $100 million dollars that We the People were stuck paying.
Boston Globe: “Thanks to the FBI’s corruption, taxpayers got stuck with the $100 million bill for compensating the framed men, two of whom, Greco and Tameleo, died in prison.”
Gohmert: “Not in Mueller’s world…. if you are on his list, you get punished even if you are framed. He never apologizes when the truth is learned, no matter how wrong or potentially criminal or malicious the prosecution was.”
Wrecking the re-election of Congressman and FBI critic Curt Weldon: Curt Weldon was a Republican congressman from Pennsylvania from 1987-2007 who was vociferously critical of the FBI for its negligence in not preventing 9-11. Mueller was not pleased with this.
From WND: “Each of Weldon’s 10 previous re-elections had been by sizable margins. Polls showed he was up by 5-7 points [in the fall of 2006].Three weeks prior to the election, however, a national story ran about Weldon based upon anonymous sources that an investigation was underway against him and his daughter, alleging illegal activities involving his congressional work.
Weldon had received no prior notification of any such investigation and was dumbfounded that such a story would run especially since he regularly briefed the FBI and intelligence agencies on his work.A week after the news story broke, alleging a need to act quickly because of the leak, FBI agents from Washington raided the home of Weldon’s daughter at 7 a.m. on a Monday morning…
Local TV and print media had all been alerted to the raid in advance and were already in position to cover the story. Within hours, Democratic protesters were waving “Caught Red–Handed” signs outside Weldon’s district office in Upper Darby.In the ensuing two weeks, local and national media ran multiple stories implying that Weldon too must have been under investigation. Given the coverage, Weldon lost the election…”
Gohmert: “The early morning raid by Mueller’s FBI with all the media outside, obviously alerted by the FBI, had achieved its goal of colluding to abuse the federal justice system to silence Curt Weldon by ending his political career. Mueller’s FBI worked it like a charm.”
The witch hunt to destroy Republican Senator Ted Stevens: “The allegation was that Senator Stevens had not paid full price for improvements to his Alaska cabin. As Roll Call reported, he had actually overpaid for the improvements by over twenty percent.”
Roll Call went on to state: “But relying on false records and fueled by testimony from a richly rewarded ‘cooperating’ witness… government prosecutors convinced jurors to find him guilty just eight days before the general election which he lost by less than 2 percent of the vote.
Further, not only was evidentiary proof of Senator Stevens’ innocence concealed from the Senator’s defense attorneys by the FBI, there was also a witness that provided compelling testimony that Stevens’ had done everything appropriately. That witness, however, was who agents sent back to Alaska by FBI Agents, unbeknownst to the Senator’s defense attorneys.
This key exonerating testimony was placed out of reach for Senator Stevens’ defense. Someone should have gone to jail for this illegality within the nation’s top law enforcement agency. Instead, Senator Stevens lost his seat, and surprise, surprise, Mueller’s FBI helped another elected Republican bite the dust. Unfortunately, I am not speaking figuratively.
After a report substantiated massive improprieties by the FBI and DOJ in the investigation and prosecution of Senator Stevens, the result was ultimately a complete dismissal of the conviction.”
All too late for Senator Stevens who died in a plane crash in Alaska in 2010.
The total destruction of Dr. Stephen Hatfill: The Capitol Anthrax case was worked by Mueller and Comey and was a total disaster, as President Trump might call it, resulting in the conviction of yet another innocent man, his subsequent exoneration and award of a nearly $6 million legal settlement which is little compensation to a highly-trained professional whose career and life was ruined by bungling cops.
From The Federalist: “So what evidence did the FBI have against Hatfill? There was none, so the agency did a HailMary, importing two bloodhounds from California whose handlers claimed could sniff the scent of the killer on the anthrax-tainted letters. These dogs were shown to Hatfill, who promptly petted them. When the dogs responded favorably, their handlers told the FBI that they’d ‘alerted’ on Hatfill and that he must be the killer.”
From Real Clear Politics: “A California judge who’d tossed out a murder conviction based on these sketchy canines called the prosecution’s dog handler “as biased as any witness that this court has ever seen.”
Instead, Mueller, who micromanaged the anthrax case and fell inlove with the dubious dog evidence, and personally assured Ashcroft and presumably George W. Bush that in Steven Hatfill, the bureau had its man…
In regard to the railroading of Scooter Libby, recently pardoned by President Trump, in which a witness was coerced into testifying falsely to save herself, sending Libby to prison, Gohmert asserts, “A similar technique was used against Martha Stewart. After all, Mueller’s FBI developed both cases. If the desired crime to be prosecuted was never committed, then talk to someone you want to convict until you find something that others are willing to say was not true. Then you can convict them of lying to the FBI. Martha Stewart found out about Mueller’s FBI the hard way. Unfortunately, Mueller has left a wake of innocent people whom he has crowned with criminal records.” Are you feeling the Mike Flynn déjà vu vibe yet?
President Trump’s pardon of Libby is confirmation that he is fully aware of Mueller’s history and tactics which are now being used against the president himself. All Mueller has to find is one person terrified of prison and/or bankruptcy (or in the case of General Flynn, to protect a family member) to testify falsely against President Trump. Just one fearful witness whose testimony the complicit media can run with to paint the president as a liar and traitor, giving Congress all the ammunition it needs to pull off an impeachment and conviction. And, if that person refuses to lie to implicate Mueller’s target du jour, prosecute him! Send him to prison and move on to the next potential patsy. Are you feeling the Mike Flynn déjà vu vibe yet?
This level of corruption is part and parcel of the Obama hangover, nefariously corrupt players in high positions of great power and authority who are no more ethical or moral than the infamous Mexican Federales. The United States is now the world’s largest banana republic. Can America ever be made great again with such pervasive corruption at work at the highest levels of our government, especially federal law enforcement?
Gohmert: “After a complete pounding of media-driven hysteria, in mid-February of 2017, Mike Flynn resigned having served only 23 days as National Security Advisor. Mueller targeted Flynn using illicitly-gathered and leaked foreign intelligence and surveillance as evidence.
Nine months later after Flynn and his family were subjected to Mueller’s usual threats and intimidation. A financially exhausted Flynn entered a guilty plea on one count of lying to the FBI – the result of a Mueller-technique perjury trap as was used on Scooter Libby and Martha Stewart.”
Representative Gohmert discusses other cases of Mueller’s incompetence and corruption over the decades in his essay. I have only touched on the high points. I highly recommend every patriot read the entire essay to see clearly what a dirty cop can accomplish if left alone to destroy the lives of innocent people to satisfy personal or political motives. Mueller’s current target, President Trump, is squarely in Mueller’s crosshairs.
Jeff Sessions should get off of his ass, unrecuse himself, and fire Mueller immediately! No good can come from Mueller’s work. No good ever has.
The final paragraph in Gohmert’s stunning essay sums it up nicely: “If you want answers, and you CAN handle the truth, join me in demanding those answers from “Special Counsel” Robert Mueller, along with his resignation. If he were to resign, it could well be the only truly moral, ethical and decent action Mueller has undertaken in this entire investigation.” (apparently, in his career)
Representative Gohmert’s essay follows….