Mueller Investigation Take Major Hit

PUBLISHED: 12:44 AM 30 Jan 2018
UPDATED: 2:09 AM 30 Jan 2018

Robert Mueller’s “Pitbull” Under Investigation

Andrew Weissmann was dubbed pitbull by the New York Times.

Another blow for Mueller as Weissmann is under congressional investigation.

Following reports that former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe resigned amid growing reports of corrupt behavior, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s top counterpart is now being investigated by Congress.

On Monday, New York Post columnist Paul Sperry tweeted that Mueller’s “pitbull” investigator Andrew Weissmann was under congressional investigation for leaking classified information to the media.

Weissmann is a high-ranking prosecutor who currently serves as a deputy for Mueller’s Russia probe into unproven claims of collusion between President Donald Trump and Russia in the 2016 presidential election.

Sperry reports Weissmann held a private meeting on April 11 with liberal media outlets such as CNN, The New York Times, and The Washington Post to disclose information on the discredited dossier.

Weissmann is also a staunch Democrat who reportedly has a strong distaste for Trump.

As noted by The Gateway Pundit, Federal Election Commission records reveal Weissmann donated $2,300 to the Obama Victory Fund in 2008, $2,000 to the Democratic National Committee in 2006, and roughly $2,300 to the failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign in 2007.

Weissman was also exposed late last year for praising former acting Attorney General Sally Yates after she was fired in January 2017 for refusing to carry out Trump’s orders to implement his original travel ban.

In a Jan. 30 email released by Judicial Watch through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, Weissmann wrote to Yates from his Justice Department email address applauding her for defying Trump.

“I am so proud,” Weissmann wrote in the subject line of the email to Yates. “And in awe. Thank you so much. All my deepest respects.”

This top official who is deeply connected to democrats, applauded Yates for defying Trump’s order and is under investigation for leaking classified information to the liberal media still serves as one of the highest ranked officials on Mueller’s team.

After nearly a year of investigation, not only has Mueller found no evidence of collusion, he’s actually uncovered seething corruption from Clinton and Obama.

But rogue agents with a clear bias against Trump should not be allowed to take part in the Russia probe.

Additionally, many would also agree that Weissmann should be charged criminally if Congress determines he leaked classified information.

It’s time to hold the Deep State accountable for their corrupt actions.

Source: The Gateway Pundit