Guest post by Joe Hoft
The attorneys representing Concord Management, one of the Russian Companies that the corrupt Mueller team accused of impacting the 2016 Presidential election, are destroying the “Unlawfully Appointed Special Counsel” in court.
Desperate Robert Mueller is bringing in reinforcements after they continue to make a laughing stock out of the Mueller team of misfit and conflicted far left attorneys.
Mueller’s team of biased and misguided attorneys are incompetent. They never expected anyone to challenge them in court on their fake Russian indictments and are certainly no match for the attorneys representing Concord Management.
Proverbial Ham Sandwich
Russian Bots are Made-Up Nonsense
The Entire Case Was Made Up Out of Whole Cloth
No that’s not correct. The individual defendants? No. It’s not even alleged who they are. They’re alleged to be associated with something called an “organization,” which is a made up thing by the special counsel. They just made it up, and they called it an “organization”. We’re not even alleged to be part of the organization. We’re alleged to have funded it. But those people don’t work for us. It’s not alleged they they work for us.
Fake Law Is Worse than Fake News
Having produced not one iota of discovery in this criminal case the unlawfully appointed Special Counselrequests a special and unprecedented blanket protective order covering tens of millions of pages of unclassified discovery. Having made this special request based on a secret submission to the Court and a hysterical dithyramb about the future of the American elections, one would think that the Special Counsel would cite to case holdings that support this remarkable request. But no, instead, the Special Counsel seeks to equate this make-believe electioneering case to others involving international terrorism and major drug trafficking, and relies only on irrelevant dicta from inappropriate, primarily out-of-circuit cases. In short, fake law, which is much more dangerous than fake news.
Last weekend we reported that it’s more than clear that dirty cop Robert Mueller rolled out this indictment of Russians as a PR stunt to justify his witch hunt; his team is not prepared to try this case and it’s hilarious to watch as they struggle and look like the corrupt hacks that they are.
We stated that Concord Management’s attorneys are like Marvel super heroes taking on Mueller’s corrupt gang of teletubbies! And we were right!
So yesterday the corrupt Mueller team joined with the corrupt DOJ to announce that much needed reinforcements are joining the team of misfits.
In its first announcement, the DOJ announced that it was adding attorney Heather Alpino to the case.
New lawyer for the government in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russian troll farm case: Heather Alpino, who comes from DOJ’s National Security Division pic.twitter.com/BXLOjLug2X
— Zoe Tillman (@ZoeTillman) June 22, 2018
Then the DOJ announced another three attorneys were being added to the case: Deborah Curtis, Jonathan Kravis and Kathryn Rakoczy.
Oh, and Mueller’s office just filed another notice of appearance for three more DOJ lawyers who will be repping the government in the Russian troll farm case. I’ve asked the special counsel’s office for more info, will update if I hear back pic.twitter.com/dm2wDgq0p5
— Zoe Tillman (@ZoeTillman) June 22, 2018
Kravis served as special counsel in the Obama White House starting in 2009. He currently serves in the Public Integrity Section of the DOJ. His appointment to the Mueller probe after working for Obama shows Mueller’s extreme lack of integrity. Curtis represented Obama’s DOJ in the Bradley [Chelsea] Manning case. According to the far left New York Times, Rakoczy was married at the Whittemore House, the home of the Woman’s National Democratic Club in Washington.
By adding four more conflicted left wing attorneys to his fake Russia troll case, Mueller is admitting his current team and case is worthless.
Since the new attorneys are not reportedly affiliated with the Mueller team, they may be trying to stall the fake case and play more games with the US legal system.