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Mueller is now Investigating President Trump’s Tweets

To say the Mueller investigation is grasping at straws would be a major understatement. After completely failing to turn up any evidence that President Trump colluded with Russian officials in order to help him win the 2016 election, Robert Mueller – an investigator in search of a crime – has largely shifted his focus toward proving that Trump is guilty of obstruction of justice. In an effort to prove this charge, Mueller is now looking at President Trump’s tweets.

The tweets in question are the ones Trump published regarding former FBI director James Comey. It’s painfully obvious given all that has come to light about the FBI under Comey that Comey was fired for severe incompetence, yet Mueller hopes to prove that Trump fired him in an attempt to stonewall the Russian collusion investigation. In sifting through Trump’s tweets about Comey, Mueller is trying to find evidence that this was indeed his intention.

Put another way, the Mueller investigation has derailed from an investigation into whether a sitting president colluded with a foreign government to an investigation that’s turning to Twitter to determine whether a sitting president fired his wildly incompetent FBI director for the wrong reason. It’s safe to say, then, that things aren’t looking up for the Mueller investigation.

To learn more about this latest course that the investigation has taken, be sure to check out the video below.

~ Liberty Video News


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