Most of America is sick and tired of Mueller’s bogus witch hunt. After so much time and money has been spent, what do we have to show for it?
A trial that has nothing to do with the 2016 election.
All that Mueller could find was dirt on a former Trump campaign member. Paul Manafort is accused of bank fraud and tax evasion, years before he even worked with Trump—long before the campaign.
Why is this even happening? Good question.
And the court case is turning out to be more of a circus than anyone could have expected.
From Law and Crime:
Paul Manafort‘s third day on trial over charges of bank fraud and tax evasion was cut a bit short on Thursday after government attorneys made the same mistake twice in a row.
Ayliff was mostly providing foundational testimony regarding the basic functions of a tax-preparation company. Prosecutors then moved on to specifics and attempted to “publish” one of Manafort’s e-file forms.
At this point, the judge and the courtroom were fed up with Mueller’s team wasting their time.
Judge T.S. Ellis III‘s weariness all but amazed the courtroom as he denied the request–complete with an actual and pronounced finger-wag–before shouting:
No! You move it along!
From all appearances, it doesn’t even seem like the government lawyers even know what they are doing. The trial is being dragged out, with delays over trivial issues.
This soundslike, from an outside observer, that the government doesn’t even care about this. That this trial is only going on to placate the left-wing media circus.
Mueller was not hired to prosecute Manafort over years-old crimes. He most-likely nailed him, hoping he’d turn over evidence against Trump. But, as we all know, the collusion story was a hoax. Manafort had nothing to give because there was nothing.
Yet we still have this trial, because the swamp is running the show.
Don’t be surprised to learn about this trial getting swept under the rug. Manafort will get a slap on the wrist and it will all be forgotten. The longer it gets dragged out, the more likely that’ll happen.
But what about the Mueller probe? It’s long outlived its usefulness. It’s high time it ended.
Source: Law and Crime