(National Sentinel)Â Deep State:Â For 18 months, special counsel Robert Mueller has been empowered by a very dubious mandate from Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to run roughshod over what remains of our justice system by cherry-picking targets in his quest to find evidence of â€œcollusionâ€ between the 2016 Trump campaign and Mother Russia.
The Democrat Partyâ€™s propaganda wing, a.k.a. the â€œestablishmentâ€ media, pretended as though Mueller had finally â€” finally! â€” found that smoking gun when they reported last week that former Trump personal lawyer Michael Cohen had agreed to a new plea bargain for allegedly lying to Congress last year in reference to proposed Trump Tower deal in Moscow that eventually fell through.
For a lamestream media and 40 percent of the country wedded to Muellerâ€™s probe asÂ theÂ means of getting rid of POTUS Trump, the Cohen â€˜breakthroughâ€™ was sorely needed after another potential opportunity fell through.
Days before the Cohen story, the media was fixated on Dr. Jerome Corsi, a conservative author and investigative reporter known to be a major thorn in the side of the Democrat-alignedÂ Deep State. Reports surfaced that after facing Muellerâ€™s attack dog prosecutors for weeks on end, he was set to sign off on a plea deal as well, allegedly for â€œlyingâ€ to the special counselâ€™s team.
But then suddenly, Corsi reneged on said deal and announced that he wouldnâ€™t be bullied by Mueller prosecutorsÂ into admitting somethingÂ that was, in his words, a â€œlie.â€
â€œThey can put me in prison the rest of my life. I am not going to sign a lie,â€ Corsi toldÂ CNNÂ in a phone call.
The Corsi saga was quickly overshadowed by the Cohen plea, but it turns out it is going to be far more impactful in the long run than anything a rat lawyer cops to.
Not only has Corsi refused Muellerâ€™s â€œdeal,â€ heâ€™s now filed a criminal complaint alleging that the special counsel and his team attempted to bully him into providing â€œfalse testimonyâ€ against POTUS Trump,Â Fox NewsÂ reports:
The 78-page document, asserting the existence of a â€œslow-motion coup against the president,â€ was filed to a range of top law enforcement officials including Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz, D.C.â€™s U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu and the Bar Disciplinary Counsel.
â€œDr. Corsi has been criminally threatened and coerced to tell a lie and call it the truth,â€ according to the complaint. He toldÂ Fox Newsâ€™ Tucker Carlson that the threat of a false statement charge stems from a July 2016 email to Trump associate Roger Stone asking him to â€œget toâ€ WikiLeaksâ€™ founder Julian Assange, who later released a trove of emails damaging to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clintonâ€™s campaign.
Corsi, in his complaint, alleged that he could not â€œinitiallyâ€ give â€œaccurateâ€ testimony before reloading emails on his laptop. He also said that Muellerâ€™s team â€œwas happyâ€ with his responses until he couldnâ€™t â€œgive them what they wantedâ€ â€” which was to implicate the president in the WikiLeaks email releases.
This represents the first serious pushback against Mueller and his fake â€˜collusionâ€™ probe. Whatâ€™s more, it comes at a time when more people are beginning to question the legitimacy of a never-ending investigation that has veered so far from its initial stated objective that itâ€™s become too obvious to deny.
One of them is investigative reporter Paul Sperry. He published a story on Monday alleging that Mueller, in Cohenâ€™s plea deal,Â left out information in court papersÂ that would exonerate POTUS Trump in establishing that there was no â€œback channelâ€ between the 2016 campaign and the Kremlin â€” a connection that Muellerâ€™s probe has long sought in its collusion investigation.
Neither Corsiâ€™s complaint nor Sperryâ€™s revealing story represents favorable or welcome PR for Mueller. Combined, these two developments may converge to either end Muellerâ€™s politically motivated probe or dramatically blunt the impact of any â€˜damningâ€™ final report he will issue.
A version of this story first appeared at NewsTarget.
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