Yesterday, public interest attorney Larry Klayman of Freedom Watch filed suit in U.S. District Court listing solid and compelling reasons why Robert Mueller must be pulled from the Justice Department witch-hunt into Russian election influence.
According to the complaint, “countless news reports” provided “detailed specifics” of the “supposedly confidential” investigation “nearly every day.” These highly detailed leaks could have only come from Mueller and his staff, many of whom are obviously biased in favor of Hillary Clinton.
Mueller hired Attorney Jeannie S. Rhee, knowing that last year she “represented the Clinton Foundation.” He even put her in charge. Two lawyers on the investigation “gave the maximum $2,700 donation to Hillary.” Three of them “donated more than $50,000 to Democrats, and almost exclusively to Democrats.”
Not only is it obvious that they don’t like the idea Trump beat her in the election, if anyone was colluding with Russians, it was Hillary, aided and abetted by Robert Mueller himself.
Mueller was Director of the FBI when key players in the pending Uranium One deal were under heavy FBI investigation for fraud, extortion and money laundering. Despite having a mandate to inform the committee responsible for approving the deal about the evidence they had already collected, Mueller, the FBI, and the Justice Department all stayed quiet and allowed the sale. Meanwhile, the Clinton Foundation raked in the rubles to collect $145 million in cold, hard cash.
“If the evidence shows that Russia intervened in the election in relation to Hillary Clinton’s support for the sale of twenty percent (20%) of the uranium mining reserves of the United States to the Russian Federation as the leading member of the intergovernmental decision-making body the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), Mr. Mueller and his team would be ethically prohibited from honestly investigating and exploring the truth.”
The suit names four Justice Department officials as representing their respective divisions in their professional capacities. Attorney General Jeff Sessions representing the Justice Department itself, along with Hon. Christopher A. Wray, who is currently Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Two others are named, Hon. Robin C. Ashton, Director of the Office of Professional Responsibility and Hon. Michael E. Horowitz, Inspector General.
Back on September 11, 2017, Freedom Watch filed a complaint with both of these offices calling for an “investigation into gross prosecutorial misconduct.” Since then, nobody in either office will even talk to them. Because there have been no signs of life from the Justice Department, the new complaint alleges, “thus one can only conclude that no such investigation exists or is underway. It is clear that Defendants will not take action.”
Klayman backed up his argument that the leaks coming out of the confidential investigation could only be coming from the inside, with some prime examples. “The only possible conclusion is that the information contained in the leaks is being deliberately disseminated to the media by the only persons with knowledge of such – Mr. Mueller and his staff.”
The media knows, “what Mr. Mueller’s staff is focused on, their progress, activities, and even what they are thinking.” For instance, “Federal investigators working for Special Counsel Robert Mueller are keenly focused on President Donald Trump’s role in crafting a response to a published article about a meeting between Russians and his son Donald Jr., three sources familiar with the matter told NBC News.”
The obviously inside sources also told NBC News “that prosecutors want to know what Trump knew about the meeting and whether he sought to conceal its purpose.”
The Wall Street Journal is another fly on inquisitor Mueller’s dungeon wall. “Special counsel Robert Mueller is examining what role, if any, former national security adviser Mike Flynn may have played in a private effort to obtain Hillary Clinton’s emails from Russian hackers, according to people familiar with the matter.”
Even specific evidence is described in the press. “The letter Mueller is reviewing was drafted by Trump along with policy adviser Stephen Miller, and legal experts say it is possibly the most critical piece of evidence in Mueller’s obstruction of justice case since Comey’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee in June, because it can give prosecutors a direct window into Trump’s thinking shortly before he fired Comey.”
The only ones who could be feeding play-by-play reports to the media are the liberal-leaning insiders on Mueller’s team.
28 CFR 45.2 requires “that no USDOJ employee may participate in a criminal investigation or prosecution if he has a personal or political relationship with any person or organization substantially involved in the conduct that is the subject of the investigation or prosecution, or who would be directly affected by the outcome.”
The lawsuit points out, “Mueller’s investigation turns on the credibility and personal interests of Mueller’s long-term colleague and close friend, former FBI Director James Comey. Not only will the investigation impact Mr. Comey, but Mueller must judge his own friend’s credibility as a witness.”
Another thing to note, Mueller personally carried uranium to Russia for Hillary and the connection is raising eyebrows. “As recently as 2009 Mueller personally carried samples of highly-enriched uranium to Moscow. While Mr. Mueller’s involvement may have been proper, the task of the Special Counsel is to give public confidence and the appearance of enhanced integrity in the Russian collusion investigation.”
Attorney Jeannie S. Rhee “previously represented the Clinton Foundation as an attorney, including its Board of Directors and principals Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, and Former Counselor of the U.S. Department of State Cheryl Mills.” She “ethically cannot investigate, work on, or prosecute the topics related to the investigation of collusion by the Russian Federation with the presidential campaign of Donald Trump running against Hillary Clinton.”
She also “contaminates the entire investigation,” because she is a supervising attorney. Not only that, they are an unfairly close-minded bunch. “All told, more than half of Mr. Mueller’s massive team of lawyers are influential donors to the Democrat party investigating the presidential campaign of a Republican, Donald Trump.”
With all the evidence that Klayman submitted, it looks like a “writ of mandamus compelling Defendants to conduct an immediate, thorough investigation into the torrent of leaks coming from Mr. Mueller and his staff, as well as unethical conflicts of interest, pertaining to the Mueller Investigation” will be signed by the judge fairly soon. Along with a directive from the court “compelling Mr. Sessions and the USDOJ to order the removal of Mr. Mueller and his staff from the investigation when the investigation reveals that the leaks did originate from Mr. Mueller and his staff.”