On Sunday night Gregg made an appearance on The Next Revolution hosted by Steve Hilton. During the appearance Gregg highlighted the three biggest revelations from his new book, Witch Hunt: The Story of the Greatest Mass Delusion in American Political History.
- An emotionally overwrought Rod Rosenstein, the Deputy Attorney General, appointed Robert Mueller as special counsel in an act of retaliation against Trump. Rosenstein knew that what he had done was wrong and contrary to federal regulations. When confronted, he allegedly cowered behind his desk and blubbered, “Am I gunna get fired?”
- Within months of his appointment, Mueller knew there was no Russian “collusion” conspiracy. In a meeting on March 5, 2018 with Trump’s lawyers, Mueller admitted it but refused to drop the case. He wanted to question Trump about obstruction which had no application under the law. Mueller threatened to go to court. A shouting match ensued in which Trump’s lawyer, John Dowd, pounded his fist on a table and yelled, “You’ve got nothing! Go ahead! I can’t wait for you to try. You’ve got no leg to stand on.”
- Trump’s lawyers became deeply disturbed by Mueller’s mental state during his investigation, long before he testified in July of this year. In meetings, he seemed lost, confused, and sometimes disoriented. He didn’t understand basic questions or fundamental law. He appeared to be nothing more than a figurehead. The highly partisan Andrew Weissmann was running the show behind the scenes…refusing to give up on what had clearly become a hoax and a “witch hunt.” Like the Wizard of Oz, Mueller was not what his vaunted reputation promised.
To learn more revelations about the deep state, order Gregg’s new book, “Witch Hunt“.