Justin Raimondo thinks the investigation is nothing but obstruction and won’t end before Robert Mueller accuses someone of collusion.
Written just before the summit with Putin, editor-at-large at Antiwar.com Justin Raimondo pointed out that the indictments made by Robert Mueller were useless as law enforcement but were intended as political obstruction against Donald Trump at the summit.
While that’s all recognized by everyone other than Democratic partisans, Raimondo also predicts that Robert Mueller is just getting started and plans to indict Americans for collusion!
Raimondo writes at Antiwar.com, “Saboteurs of Peace: On the Road to Helsinki.”
If there was ever any doubt that the Russia-gate hoax is a scheme by the War Party to salvage their bankrupt foreign policy, and depose a democratically-elected President, then Robert Mueller’s indictment of twelve alleged GRU agents for “interfering” in the 2016 election settles the matter once and for all. Are we supposed to believe it was just a coincidence that the indictment was made public just as Trump was about to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki?
An indictment of twelve individuals who will never contest the charges, and which will not have to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law – to whom is it addressed? Not to any jury, but to the court of public opinion. It is, in short, pure propaganda, meant to sabotage Trump’s Helsinki peace initiative before it has even convened.[…]
The indictment reads like a fourth-rate spy thriller: we are treated to alleged “real time” transcripts of Boris and Natasha in action, draining the DNC’s email system as well as our precious bodily fluids. This material, perhaps supplied by the National Security Agency, contains no evidence that links either Russia or the named individuals to the actions depicted in the transcripts. We just have to take Mueller’s word for it.
What Mueller is counting on is that the defendants will never show up in court. […]
Ominously, the indictment points to unnamed US individuals alleged to have collaborated with supposed Russian agents: Roger Stone has been identified as one of them, and no doubt others have been targeted by the special prosecutor’s office. Anyone who thought the anti-Russian inquisition would be content with mini-big fish Mike Flynn and Paul Manafort, and the little tadpoles they’d managed to corral, is about to be proven dead wrong. This fishing expedition has barely begun.
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