Did you see it? Did you see President Trump’s retweet last week? I don’t know how many among this readership keep up with those kinds of things, so I will tell you that last week President Donald Trump retweeted a meme depicting the likes of numerous notables behind bars. Among those notables are individuals by the names Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John Podesta, James Comey, Michael Lynch, Eric Holder, James Clapper, even Robert Mueller and Rod Rosenstein. And the caption on the meme reads, “Now that Russia collusion is a proven lie, when do the trials for treason begin?”
So let’s look at what Trump is saying here. He is telling us that there will come a time in the short future when the Russian collusion theory being used by those individuals and their political cousins to protect themselves, will be proven beyond doubt to be a lie. And then he is telling us that once that occurs, those responsible will be charged with treason. Well, isn’t that exactly what I told you back in September in my article entitled, “Traitor curtain is about to drop?”
Because in that article, I wrote that the declassification of FISA-related documents, which Trump has already approved, and which he is still withholding from public view, at least at the time of this writing, will not only prove the lie of Russian collusion, but will also prove the treachery and guilt of the treasoners behind it. Now notice that, depicted behind bars in Trump’s retweet are both Special Counsel Mueller and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, two seemingly-obvious deep state bad guys, but who, at least as of this writing, remain in their positions, Mueller investigating Trump-Russia collusion, and Rosenstein, second in charge of the U.S. Justice Department, the individual who authorized Mueller’s investigation.
Now obviously, at least to most informed, straight-thinking people, both Mueller and Rosenstein know the score. They know Trump did not collude with Russia during the 2016 Presidential election. And they also know that if the Mueller investigation cannot provide any significant evidence of Trump collusion, which it can’t, then both of them will ultimately receive treatment under charges of treason and/or sedition, just like all the others in Trump’s meme.
Now also recall that the very day before Rosenstein authorized the Mueller investigation, Mueller himself met for talks with Trump. The official reason was that Trump was considering Mueller for another stay as FBI director, a position however Mueller had already held two years longer than the statutory limit. Therefore, we can surmise that the official story offered to explain the Trump-Mueller meeting on the day before Mueller was tapped to investigate Trump was most likely a smokescreen.
So why would Mueller have met with Trump on the very day prior to being assigned to investigate that very same Trump? That question should intrigue anyone who has been paying attention here. Mueller knows what he has done. Mueller knows the dirt on him, having served as FBI director for the previous 12 years, and during that time having looked the other way as a criminal cabal took over the operation of the U.S. government.
And Mueller knows he is knee deep in Hillary’s Uranium One deal, Wikileaks documents revealing that in 2009 Mueller personally delivered uranium samples to Moscow officials for forensic analysis, ostensibly samples recovered during a Georgian uranium sting operation, but which since have been reasoned to tie into Hillary’s Uranium One deal. That was the deal that then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton authorized, and Mueller as FBI director overlooked, which gave Russia ownership and control over 20 percent of America’s known, minable uranium.
It is also alleged that the resulting exportation of American uranium to Russia ended up in the hands of the Iranian government. So if Mueller is in fact tied up in all this, he knows that unless he can make a deal with Trump, Trump will hold him as an enemy combatant under the Code of Military Justice. That would mean a one-way, extended stay in the newly renovated and expanded facilities at Guantanamo Bay.
So with all that light shined on Mueller’s “job interview” with Trump, precisely on the day before he would launch the Trump-collusion investigation, do we still want to believe Trump and Mueller talked about an FBI job Mueller was not legally allowed to hold? Or do we now speculate their conversation might have been about another job for Mueller, the final product of which, after months and months of secrecy, would completely and justifiably exonerate Trump from Russia collusion? Just asking here, folks.
And isn’t is interesting the extent to which perhaps prospective fellow treasoner/seditioner, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, whose signature appears on a known-false FISA warrant application to spy on the Trump campaign, remains quietly situated in the office of the second most powerful position in the U.S. Justice Department? Are we to believe that Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller would be willing to stand alone against the most powerful individual in the world, President Donald Trump, who has the power to literally snap their necks as enemy combatants?
So that brings us back to Trump’s retweet last week. How might Trump prove to every rabid detractor that he is innocent unless their very own prize standard-bearer publicly admits it?
There are way too many incongruencies in these stories to believe they describe what is really happening. I may be wrong, but I am seeing an interesting twist developing in all of this. If so, just remember, you heard it here.
Hank Sullivan is a Forsyth County resident, businessman, author and speaker on American history, economics and geopolitics.