Last week four of Mueller's attorneys walked off the job after they were caught trying to overcharge Roger Stone. Even Deep State judge Amy Berman Jackson had to agree. She sentenced Stone to less than half of what Mueller's angry Democrats asked for. One of those attorneys, Aaron Zelinsky is a likely candidate for not only criminal charges but for disbarment as well.
Zelinsky wrote the sentencing memo for George Papadopoulos. In it, he said that Papadopoulos tried to obstruct the FBI from finding chief witness Joseph Mifsud. However, through the Freedom of Information Act, the FBI 302 memo for Papadopoulos was recovered. In that memo, the FBI said that Papadopoulos was most cooperative in the attempt to find Mifsud. Zelinsky lied and without that lie, Papadopoulos may very well not have gone to jail.
Let me tell you something else… The lawyers who stepped down today the prosecutors who suggested 7 to 9 for Roger Stone. We believe that this is not going to be the only example.
We believe there is other examples of things they did during the Mueller investigation that I think you and your listeners and the American people will be very interested to learn in the coming weeks. As we start to unpeel the onion of what the Mueller team was really doing. Because I would say this, when Mueller was appointed we have to ask ourselves, he walks in the door the first day and he said, “OK, show me all the evidence you got on the Russians?” They’re like, “Bob, sorry we don’t have any Russians here. We don’t have any evidence.” So what the hell did they do for two years? They set up an obstruction of justice trap. And they went after a whole lot of people who have now got sentenced. Some already served their time. And I think all of this has to be called into question now.
Just The News reported:
Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., the former chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, told Just the News that his team has been scouring recent documents released by the FBI, including witness reports known as 302s, and found glaring evidence that contradicts claims the Mueller team made to courts and Congress.
“We’re now going through these 302s, and we’re going to be making criminal referrals on the Mueller dossier team, the people that put this Mueller report together,” Nunes said during an interview on the John Solomon Reports podcast set to air on Tuesday.
Nunes specifically reacted to a story in Just the News disclosing that FBI interview memos of key figure George Papadopoulos show he was helpful in trying to locate a witness named Joseph Mifsud but that Mueller’s prosecutors portrayed Papdopoulos as trying to thwart or frustrate the investigation’s efforts to question Mifsud.
The new FBI memos provide “our first evidence of the Mueller team lying to the court. It a lie. It’s a total lie,” the lawmaker said, referring to the Mueller team’s claim that Papadopoulos tried to hinder efforts to locate and question Mifsud.