Mueller, others compromised on Trump-Russia investigation

Mueller, others compromised on Trump-Russia investigation


How can people with links to Russian financial interests and hedge funds tied to anti-American globalist George Soros conduct an independent investigation of the so-called Russia collusion of the Donald Trump campaign? The answer is, of course, they can’t.

Robert Mueller, the special counsel named by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to investigate possible ties between Trump and Russia during the campaign, has been an investor in the Mellon Optima L/S Strategy Fund, LLC for many years. Among its investments are a short position on Gazprom – Russian government-funded gas company – and a long position on Novatek — the largest non-state owned natural gas company in Russia and Gazprom’s competitor. According to Charlemagne Capital, the fund Mueller is invested in is based in the Cayman Islands and has a net-long position in the Russian markets. This means that Mueller gains financially if the Russian market does well. The OCCO Eastern European Fund also has long and short positions in Poland, Romania, and Kazakhstan. The fund’s prime brokers are Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse.

Also holding Russian financial interests is California Democrat Representative Adam Schiff – the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee – who owns at least $16,000 worth of Russia-linked investments, according to his latest financial disclosure.  He was also one of the leading promoters of the Russia-Trump collusion narrative early on.

Mueller also has holdings in a hedge fund linked to the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme that left dozens of investors out millions of dollars and Madoff in prison. But the portion of the fund Mueller is linked to was never investigated by the FBI or the Securities and Exchange Commission.

So in addition to evidence that Mueller as FBI director delivered samples of highly enriched uranium to Russia on behalf of Bill and Hillary Clinton in 2009, we now know that Rosenstein supervised the investigation of a 10-year Russian influence peddling/racketeering/bribery scheme that was silenced, pleaded down and all but concealed from Washington lawmakers responsible for overseeing such investigations.

In other words, the people tasked with determining whether any of the Trump campaign team had any business dealings or colluded with Russia to help get Trump elected are highly compromised because they are neck deep in Russia investments and covering for Russia crimes. The foxes are literally guarding the henhouse.

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