Former FBI Asst Director on Why Mueller Isn’t Investigating Hillary’s Alleged Russian Connections

Even the New York Times has had to throw its hands up in defeat and admit that, yes, the Clinton Foundation raked in $145 million from Russian energy giants while then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was involved in approving the sale of 20 percent of America’s uranium to a Russian energy company.

When the New York Times admits that something the Clintons did looks fishy, you know it’s bad. So why isn’t Special Counsel Robert Mueller investigating Hillary’s Russian collusion?

That’s the question that law enforcement officials across the country are asking as former FBI Director Robert Mueller stumbles along in search of a crime with a crack team of Clinton donor-prosecutors to back him up. So far Mueller has indicted Paul Manafort on a charge which is so insignificant that the feds have only prosecuted four similar cases since 1966 (failure to register as a lobbyist on behalf of a foreign entity). The Manafort case involved the former president of Ukraine. Mueller is also investigating Gen. Mike Flynn in connection with Turkey.

So where is Russia in all of this? (For Democrats who have trouble keeping up, Ukraine and Turkey are not Russia!)

Former FBI Assistant Director James Kallstrom thinks he knows why Robert Mueller hasn’t touched the real Russian collusion case. If he’s right, this is a huge miscarriage of justice and Mueller needs to step down immediately.

Watch the video below to see why James Kallstrom thinks that Mueller is intentionally avoiding Hillary Clinton’s Russian collusion scandal.


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