In May of 2017, Robert Mueller was appointed as special counsel overseeing the investigation into alleged ties and collusion between President Trump and Russia. Though CNN was quick to call Mueller “nonpolitical”, nothing could be further from the truth. For instance, WND has compiled a list of scandals Mueller oversaw during his tenure as FBI Director from 2001 to 2013; spanning both the Bush and Obama administrations.
Reported by WND, from AmericanLookout.com – here are some of the more well-known scandals:
Saturday morning, President Trump launched a multi-tweet firestorm spanning ten tweets.
Though the topics of his ire wildly varied, one thing is apparent: Slowly, President Trump is switching to be on the offensive; as opposed to being on the attack. Interestingly, this is the closest thing to the fabled “pivot” (as mainstream media frothed at the mouth over back when he was on the campaign trail) I’ve seen Trump enact.
In an attempt to amp up the focus on his agenda, he called for his Senators to “step up to the plate” to “repeal and replace” Obamacare. After that was accomplished, he called for tax reform and updating infrastructure.
In a poll released on Monday by Bloomberg News, it was revealed that only a mere 6% of Americans think the Russian narrative is important. Overwhelmingly, Americans were more concerned with healthcare reform, unemployment, terrorism, and immigration over the baseless Russia hysteria plaguing the mainstream media.
Take note of the source: coming from the left-leaning Bloomberg means that this isn’t Fake News.
Natalia Veselnitskaya, the Russian lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. in June 2016, not only has proven ties with the Kremlin but also with the Obama administration.
The story goes like this…
In 2016, Rob Goldstone e-mailed Donald Trump Jr. – speaking on behalf of a mutual friend, Emin Agalarov – claiming to have incriminating evidence on Hillary Clinton and her dealings with Russia. After attempts at holding meetings via telephone that all fell through, Donald Trump Jr. learned Natalia Veselnitskaya landed in New York and decided to meet with her.
CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski, the reporter who drew the collective ire of the Internet after threatening to dox the alleged (that’s right – they didn’t even bother to confirm it) creator of the gif heard ’round the world has a history of doxxing.
Purportedly – according to Fraud News Network (or CNN) – Reddit user, “HanAssholeSolo” posted the WWE Trump/CNN gif to The_Donald subreddit. Therefore, because he spread this heinous and destestable gif; doxxing him is justifiable. Wait, he apologized and showed remorse for his actions. CNN won’t identify him but “reserves the right to publish his identity should any of that change.”
You may not know it but there’s another Republican-led healthcare bill currently in the process of being negotiated and passed. Yes, after the first Obamacare-replacement bill didn’t garner enough Senate support in May and was pulled, President Trump is once again mediating and deal-making – but this time, seemingly behind the scenes…
CNN is having a bad week!
Project Veritas – known for their brilliant undercover work during the election – is back; this time completely exposing cable news giant CNN as nothing but Fake News.
On Monday, three CNN employees resigned from the network for pushing a false Trump-Russia story. Amid the fallout, Project Veritas released their new video, “American Pravda”:
Earlier this week, CNN had former Navy Seal, Carl Higbie on-air to discuss the bogus claim that President Trump shared classified info with Russian Ambassadors.
Of course, it got ugly – and quick.
Higbie starts off by saying he’s “sat very quietly listening to all this BS” and launches into a well-deserved tirade against Bolduan and her panelists. “Have you listened to anything McMaster said today?” Higbie asks, referencing multiple reports of McMaster refuting Trump sharing classified intel.
Higbie goes on to point out that “two former officials” confirmed the main points of CNN’s unverified story. “Tell you what, come out; name those people – then we’ll have something to talk about.”