Keywords and key terms you read in this Washington Times news story say much about Obama’s deep state operatives.
Start with the headline. Mueller’s Democrat team torments Mr. Manafort. Is this a proper role of government, to torment people? Deeper into the story you will learn how the FBI conducted a predawn raid on Mr. Manafort’s home as a shock effect.
Consider this:“If he doesn’t cooperate, in response to that, they’ll indict him for many more counts, which will ratchet up his cost of defense significantly, and he’ll be looking at a lifetime in prison.” This unwarranted harassment of Mr. Manafort, according to the article, has accumulated over $3,000,000 in unpaid legal fees.
And, what did the FBI discover from the computer and files taken from Manafort’s home in that unwarranted predawn raid?
A source familiar with the investigation told The Washington Times that nothing incriminating was found in the computer files and other documents that the FBI seized from the Alexandria condo.
Andrew Weissmann leads the vicious persecution of Paul Manafort with the objective to bankrupt him and terrorize his family into submission, expecting Manafort to say anything to end the nightmare.
Who is Andrew Weissman? Are you surprised to learn he was (and probably still is) and Obama supporter, a Democrat contributor?
The federal government has never been perfect and in recent years the FBI and Democrat presidents have cultivated a culture of corruption that would cause J. Edgar Hoover to roll over in his grave. What Mueller and his Democrat prosecutors are doing is a national shame.
I’ll file this incident with the Ruby Ridge, Waco, and Elian Gonzales incidents.
How is it that under a Republican administration and a Republican majority Congress this national shame an Obama-supporting prosecutorial team even came into being? Where are you, Jeff Sessions?