Trump warns Mueller’s helping Dems win midterms, calls on GOP to ‘get smart fast’ and expose him

Over the weekend President Donald Trump warned Republicans that unless they “get smart fast” and “expose” special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe for what he believes it to really be, it may negatively affect the GOP’s chances at the upcoming midterm elections.

“The Rigged Witch Hunt, headed by the 13 Angry Democrats (and now 4 more have been added, one who worked directly for Obama W.H.), seems intent on damaging the Republican Party’s chances in the November Election,” he initially wrote. “This Democrat excuse for losing the ‘16 Election never ends!”

A fact-check report conducted by the Daily Caller News Foundation in February found that of the 16 lawyers hired by Mueller to assist in his efforts to uncover alleged Russian collusion, 13 were registered Democrats and 11 were Democrat donors, while zero were Republicans. Three months later the special counselor hired another Democrat, bringing the total to 14.

The president believes Mueller’s insistence on only hiring Democrats proves that the special counselor is operating a biased “witch hint” against him on behalf of the Democrat Party. Democrats claim otherwise, arguing that Trump’s criticism of the Russia probe proves he’s trying to hide something.

“No Collusion, No Obstruction — but that doesn’t matter because the 13 Angry Democrats, who are only after Republicans and totally protecting Democrats, want this Witch Hunt to drag out to the November Election,” Trump added. “Republicans better get smart fast and expose what they are doing!”

As of Sunday, July 22, it had been exactly 431 days since Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Mueller to investigate allegations that Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign colluded with Russian operatives to affect the outcome of the election. Yet as of Sunday, the special counselor had yet to uncover a single piece of evidence proving this narrative.

Instead of winding down his investigation, Mueller seems to be ramping it up. A report broke Friday that he now seeks to speak with Kristin Davis, a former Madam (a woman who pimps other women) who previously performed political work for the president’s former adviser Roger Stone.

“It’s very out-of-the blue for me, very upsetting. For them to come to me for information on Russian collusion — I don’t have anything on that,” she said about Mueller’s desire to speak with her.

Regarding her past work with Stone, she added, “I’ve been with Roger since 2010 doing web design and writing position papers.”

She made it clear in a statement, however, that she never worked on Trump’s campaign, not that such facts seem to matter much to the one-man wrecking ball that is Robert Mueller.

It remains unclear though whether the Russia probe will positively or negatively affect Republicans at the ballot box in November. Given the public’s growing dislike of Mueller, who many automatically link with the Democrat Party, is it conceivable that the probe might actually boost Republicans’ chances?

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Vivek Saxena

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