[otw_shortcode_dropcap label=”E” font=”Yeseva One” background_color_class=”otw-no-background” size=”large” border_color_class=”otw-no-border-color”][/otw_shortcode_dropcap]ach and every time we learn of a person or an organization that was secretly scheming to take out President Trump, we really aren’t that surprised. However, once in a blue moon, even Democrats shock us when their immorality reaches a new low. This is one of those instances. Democrats were “trying to get rid of” President Trump “in part by laying a perjury trap to get him on record under oath.” An actual perjury trap. Wow.
Andrew Weissmann, known as one of the most influential members of Robert Mueller’s special counsel on the Russia investigation, could not contain his giddy hatred for the President and let the bombshell slip. Weissmann, known as Mueller’s “pitbull” appeared on MSNBC to discuss Trump’s acquittal. To begin his point, Weissman made a bizarre comparison to Trump saying, “When the Italians tried to get rid of Berlusconi and they had a very very similar demagogue who also was a-moral.”
Clearly, Weissman admits that the situation with Democrats in the United States also was to try and “get rid of” President Trump. He then goes into the attempt at laying a perjury trap. In discussing Trump’s comments after his acquittal, accusing Trump of “mouthing off,” Weissmann said, “He never submitted to an interview, he never testified under oath – it’s true, the same happened in the Mueller case.”
The “same happened in the Mueller case,” a very telling sentence showing Democrats’ multiple efforts to trap Trump. When MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace asked Weissman “why do you think that is?” Weissman’s answer truly shows how deep the impeachment desperation goes when he casually responds “there’s a classic reason…there is legal jeopardy that attaches if you sit for an interview or if you say something under oath to federal prosecutors, to federal prosecutors, to the House, to the Senate.”
Former U.S. attorney Joe diGenova told Fox News last summer that the Russia probe has “always been the Weissmann investigation” and that Mueller was simply “nothing more than a figurehead.” Representative Andy Biggs (R-AZ) noted that Weissmann was Mueller’s “corruptly biased henchman” who did the hiring for the investigation and was “stacking the deck with angry, anti-Trump prosecutors.”
Needless to say, President Trump’s point saying the Russian collusion probe was “all bull****” and that he was “treated unbelievably unfairly” is pretty obvious to see.