And you thought the Mueller Fraudulent Investigation was over, think again! It has come to the attention of Lindsey Graham of the Senate Judiciary Committee that the Mueller fraudulent schemers investigating Trump wiped clean their cell phones, emails and any other evidence that would provide prima facie evidence of a Deep State Conspiracy against Trump. Graham has been investigating this from Day 1; he now proclaims that in 10 or so days, bombs will be going off in Washington.
According to the documents, at least several dozen phones were wiped of information because of forgotten passcodes, irreparable screen damage, loss of the device, intentional deletion or other reasons. The data removal took place before the DOJ’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) could review the devices.
As you read below, Mueller, a convirous animal, who danced to the Strzok, McCabe and Comey music like a monkey on strings, left open the Obstruction of Justice charge as red meat for critics of Trump. Of course we know this was a complete falsehood with no evidence of such. But what we have is evidence, red meat, of the Mueller team obstructing justice.
(from Wikipedia)The investigation was officially concluded on March 22, 2019, with the Mueller Report submitted to Attorney General William Barr. Barr had been critical of the investigation before he became Attorney General. A redacted version of the report was released to the public on April 18, 2019. The report concluded that the Internet Research Agency‘s social media campaign supported Trump’s presidential candidacy while attacking Clinton’s, and Russian intelligence hacked and released damaging material from the Clinton campaign and various Democratic Party organizations. The investigation “identified numerous links between the Russian government and the Trump campaign”, and determined that the Trump campaign “expected it would benefit electorally” from Russian hacking efforts. However, ultimately “the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities”. The evidence was not necessarily complete due to encrypted, deleted, or unsaved communications as well as false, incomplete, or declined testimony. Mueller later said that the investigation’s conclusion on Russian interference “deserves the attention of every American”.
On potential obstruction of justice by President Trump, the investigation “does not conclude that the President committed a crime”, as investigators would not indict a sitting president per an Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) opinion, and would not accuse him of a crime when he cannot clear his name in court. However, the investigation “also does not exonerate” Trump, finding both public and private actions “by the President that were capable of exerting undue influence over law enforcement investigations”. Ten episodes of potential obstruction by the president were described. The report states that Congress can decide whether Trump obstructed justice, and has the authority to take action against him. Attorney General Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who had authorized the Mueller probe, decided on March 24, 2019, that the evidence was insufficient to establish a finding of obstruction of justice. Upon his resignation on May 29, 2019, Mueller stated that: “the Constitution requires a process other than the criminal justice system to formally accuse a sitting president of wrongdoing”. In July 2019, Mueller testified to Congress that a president could be charged with obstruction of justice (or other crimes) after he left office.