Late yesterday we saw that all four prosecutors on Mueller's special counsel resigned from the Roger Stone case after the Department of Justice stepped in and stepped up to stop the excessive sentencing recommendation for Stone.
However, this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to revealing the corruption even behind the Mueller investigation.
Rep. Devin Nunes told Lou Dobbs that there is more to come in exposing the corruption.
Here's what Rep. Nunes told Lou Dobbs,
"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."
Stone was found guilty in November on five separate counts of lying to the House Intelligence Committee in its investigation into Russian election interference, in addition to one count that he “corruptly influenced, obstructed, and impeded” the congressional investigation and another that he attempted to “corruptly persuade” radio show host Randy Credico’s congressional testimony.
The two-week jury trial centered on Stone’s false claims of being in communication with WikiLeaks and on his actions taken during the 2016 election and beyond. The 67-year-old was never accused by prosecutors of criminally conspiring with Russia or any other foreign actors.
Nunes has been a leading skeptic of Mueller's investigation, arguing that the former FBI director knew there was no evidence of the Trump campaign colluding with Russians when he first became special counsel in May 2017. (Examiner)