One of the witnesses cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller in his “witch hunt” against President Donald Trump has a shady history.
George Nader, 58, a political adviser to the United Arab Emirates, was accused in 1985 of being in possession of child pornography, according to Politico.
Though the judge presiding over Nader’s case ultimately dismissed the charge due to technicalities, Mueller’s newly found witness wound up back in court only six years later.
Politico notes that after Nader arrived at Dulles International Airport on a Lufthansa flight from Germany in 1991, customs agents found pornographic videos in his luggage that featured boys as young as 13.
He eventually received a pitiful six-month sentence, despite the severity of his crimes, “because of the defendant’s extraordinary cooperation with the government’s in certain areas,” the judge reportedly said during Nader’s sentencing hearing.
Apparently, Nader had participated in negotiations involving the Lebanon hostage crisis, and that work diminished his illegal behavior.
A decade later in 2002, Nader was again convicted — this time in the Czech Republic on 10 counts of sexually abusing minors.
That’s one very unusual witness that Mueller has chosen to aid him in his mission to prove that Trump colluded with Russian operatives to affect the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.
What’s not so unusual is the effort by some liberal mainstream media outlets to bury Nader’s disgusting past:
Mueller’s interest in Nader stems from meetings between him and Trump campaign officials during and after the president’s transition.
The New York Times notes that, in one meeting that occurred in January 2017, two months after Trump won the election, Nader met with Trump adviser Erik Prince on behalf of UAE Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan.
The meeting reportedly also involved a Russian investor tied to Russian President Vladimir Putin, and this, of course, can only mean one thing:
“Mr. Nader’s presence at the Seychelles meeting appears to connect him to the primary focus of Mr. Mueller’s investigation: examining Russian interference during the 2016 presidential campaign,” the Times ominously warned.
Never mind the fact the meeting occurred after the election.
Regardless, in exchange for cooperating with Mueller, Nader has received immunity, as reported by the left-wing news purveyor Vox. The site suspects he might be trying to protect himself from potential collusion charges, but that doesn’t seem likely.
Given that not a single piece of evidence yet exists to prove collusion, and given also Nader’s past, it seems far more likely that Nader is trying to protect himself from getting embroiled in a couple more child pornography cases. But we’ll see what happens …
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