Is Robert Mueller Covering for the Deep State?


Former Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) has an interesting take on special counsel Robert Mueller’s recent Russian indictments, and it’s a take that I think many conservatives might be inclined to agree with.

Mueller just indicted 13 Russian “agents” for doing nothing more than “trolling” the American people. While it gives the appearance of getting something done, we’ve practically just argued that these 13 Russians are guilty of a crime because they were making fun of us. The corollary might be that an American citizen being indicted by the British for writing pro-Brexit and anti-Brexit articles and producing pro-Brexit and anti-Brexit materials for publication on British social media.

Listen as Congressman Paul explains the possible cover up behind these indictments.

Thirteen Russians and three Russian entities have been indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and accused of interference in the 2016 US elections. They were not agents of the state, at least according to the indictment. They were private citizens. So why do it? Perhaps it was just a commercial “click-bait” venture? But one thing is sure: no one is talking about the FBI FISA deception or about the real foreign collusion in the election, which is the Hillary campaign collusion with “former” British spy Christopher Steele to produce information to undermine support for Donald Trump. It’s a win-win for the deep state.

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Reposted with Permission from the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity

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