Deciphering The Weirdest Episode Yet From The Mueller Russia Probe Saga

Jul 2013
Nashville, TN
An email sent to several reporters claiming that there was a payoff scheme to encourage false allegations against special counsel Robert Mueller has earned a referral to the FBI.
As murmurs about the claims of the supposed payoff scheme started to appear on Twitter Tuesday, Mueller’s spokesperson acknowledged the allegations in a statement to TPM and other outlets.

“When we learned last week of allegations that women were offered money to make false claims about the Special Counsel, we immediately referred the matter to the FBI for investigation,” Peter Carr, spokesman for the special counsel, said in a statement to TPM.
In recent days, a number of news outlets, including TPM, were the recipient of an email from someone who claimed to have worked with Mueller while she was a paralegal a law firm in the 1970s. The email, somewhat dramatically, recounted an offer by a mysterious man, who allegedly claimed to be working for GOP lobbyist Jack Burkman (pictured), to pay off the sender’s credit card debt and cut a check worth thousands of more dollars if she signed documents making sexual misconduct and workplace harassment allegations against Mueller.

“I don’t know what these people are looking for, but I’m not going to be part of some kind of Washington DC drama for any price,” the sender said in the email.
Deciphering The Weirdest Episode Yet From The Mueller Russia Probe Saga

This is still being investigated, but it looks like the hit squad on the right is trying to set up Mueller with a sex scandal...
Jul 2011
In your mind, John, in your mind....he is just waiting until after the mid-terms, you know he has a fist full of indictments and subpoenas ready to go, wait for it...

What will he be waiting for after the mid terms...... you guys must be getting blisters from this circle jerk.
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