(National Sentinel)Â Sham: If you still believe that special counsel Robert Mueller is a stand-up guy who’s just trying to get to the bottom of “Russian collusion” with the 2016 Trump campaign, this will go a long way towards dispelling that myth.
As you know, one-time Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is sitting not just in jail but in isolation after Mueller convinced a court to put him in prison while awaiting trial on various charges.
Manafort allegedly attempted to contact witnesses which, if true, is, of course, a violation of the law.
But how people who are just as dirty or more so getting immunity deals from Mueller and the Obama DoJ while Manafort remains behind bars?
And gee,Â how come nearlyÂ all of them have ties to Democrats andÂ the Clintons?
That wouldn’t have anything at all to do with the fact that Mueller’s team is stacked with Democrat supporters and, in particular,Â Clinton supporters, would it?
AsÂ The Gateway Pundit reports, this is getting to be quite a pattern:
Paul Combetta,Â the computer specialist who deleted Hillary Clintonâ€™s emails when they were under subpoena, wasÂ granted immunityÂ by the Obama DOJ in September 2016.
Cheryl Mills,Â Hillary Clintonâ€™s former chief of staff and attorney,Â received an immunity dealÂ from the Justice Department during the year-long FBI investigation of Clintonâ€™s server before she even testified.
John BentelÂ director of the State Departmentâ€™s Office of Information Resources Management, was given immunity by the Obama DOJ.
Heather Samuelson, a senior Hillary Clinton adviser, was also given immunity agreements, bringing the total number of witnesses who were protected by deals to five.
Bryan Pagliano, Clintonâ€™s former IT aide who set up her email server, received immunity by the Obama DOJ.
The Obama DOJÂ interviewed 17 top witnessesÂ in the Hillary Clinton server investigation AFTER the decision was made to exonerate her.
This week we learn that dirty cop Robert MuellerÂ granted immunityÂ to Tony Podesta who committed the same exact crimes as Paul Manafort.
Whatever credibility Mueller had when he was appointed special counsel –Â withoutÂ there even being any evidence of an actual crime having been committed,Â which is supposed to beÂ a requirement for the appoint of a special counsel — it’sÂ long gone by now.