Sibel Edmonds: Robert Mueller Covered Up Islamic Terror Networks, FBI Agents Would “Testify” That He Cannot Be An Impartial Special Prosecutor In Trump-Russia Probe

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In a stunning interview on The Alex Jones Show, famed FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds completely destroyed special counsel Robert Mueller, laying out a series of facts that paint Mueller as a deep state operative who in the past has actively covered up Islamic terror networks and is now conducting a sort of “new McCarthyism” in his sham investigation into supposed ties between President Trump and Russia.

Edmonds noted her background dealing with Mueller and it is not pretty. Not only did he help suppress evidence in her case he also issued a gag orders to silence the truth.

“Imagine my shock when I saw that Robert Mueller was appointed as the special counsel in this case, the same Robert Mueller, who in my case, put gag orders together with attorney general Ashcroft,” Edmonds noted.

“There were FBI agents, not only in the Washington field office, but also in the Chicago and Patterson field offices, who were blowing the whistle on Mueller internally, saying hes squashing our investigations [into terror networks].”

Edmonds then goes on to discuss her shock that Mueller would be brought on as an “impartial” prosecutor in the Trump-Russia probe when he himself has a history of corruption. (Not to mention his close friendship with Comey and the deep state in general)

“I was the one who stepped outside of the FBI, went to Congress, went to IG, it was a game. This same Mueller, who invoked the state secrets privilege, placed gag orders to protect, to protect, this terrorist network,” Edmonds stunningly revealed.

“So imagine my shock when I see, low and behold, its Robert Mueller [investigating Trump] and he dug and could not find a single thing on General Flynn linking him in anyway to any nefarious activities with the Russians so he expanded this sham investigation.”

In another segment of the show, Edmonds notes that it is a slam dunk case that Robert Mueller cannot preside as the special counsel in the Russia probe. She also notes how disappointing it is that lawyers for Flynn and others under investigation are not going on the offensive.

Finally, Edmonds directly states that there are agents within the FBI who would testify that Mueller is not an impartial special counselor. This would give President Trump all he needs to fire him before he can ruin any other lives in his endless new McCarthyism like witch hunt.

“I know of several veteran, highly decorated FBI agents, if subpoenaed, would testify that how Robert Mueller, due to what he was doing as the director of the FBI, can not preside as the special counsel in this case,” Edmonds continued.

“Its a slam dunk case, its documented.”

In other video, this time on her own website, Edmonds discusses all the conflicts of interest Mueller has in going after decorated General Michael Flynn.

“FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds exposes Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s conflict of interest in pursuing General Michael Flynn’s case due to his direct involvement as former FBI Director and his role in covering up and protecting Gulen Networks’ criminal operations within the United States, and demands that he steps down.”

At this point it is shockingly obvious that Robert Mueller is part of a deep state run, mainstream media pushed, operation to take out the rightfully elected president.

Make no mistake, regardless whether or not you support Trump or his policies, this is a direct attack on American democracy.

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  • Cynical Old Bastard

    “Make no mistake, regardless whether or not you support Trump or his policies, this is a direct attack on American democracy.”

    Make no mistake, whether your uneducated ass believes it or not, the United States was not supposed to be a Democracy.

    • Frank Energy

      You are too cynical bro. Explain your position, just don’t lob insults.

      • TickTock

        Allow me. America is a constitutional republic, NOT a democracy. Look it up.

        • Cynical Old Bastard

          Thanks, Brother. I’m kinda tired of beating that horse.

        • Frank Energy

          “If you can keep it”, LOL, of course I know that. But USA functions under democratic principals, at least in theory, eg voting.

          So playing the little word game seems to elevate the discussion, but just seems that way. Attacking with semantics ignores the real issue being discussed.

          • Cynical Old Bastard

            If the issue being discussed is not clearly defined in all ways then the real issue is to first make sure that all definitions are accurate and agreed upon by all parties. It is why we have dictionaries. It is also why all legal documents are so carefully worded

            If I am talking about a pig and that is the name by which you call a horse, then no agreement can ever be reached… much less any legally binding one. Again, this is why we have dictionaries and why legal documents are so carefully worded.

            America was founded as a Representational Republic, not a Democracy.

            In a Democracy (aka ‘mob rule’) the people directly vote on issues and laws. In our form of government the people (supposedly) vote for the Electors in the Electoral College– NOT the president or vice-president.

            Therefore we are not a pure Democracy and to keep repeating this lie is to indirectly agree with the assholes and criminals who started the lie in the first place.

            Accuracy is key.

            If no American Democracy exists, then there can be no attack on it.

            Ya follow me?

          • Frank Energy

            TY for getting me up to speed on that, i found more

            ——————
            https://www.usconstitution.net/constfaq_q76.html
            A. The United States is a federal republic and a constitutional
            representative democracy.

            The “federal” part is one of three basic types of organization of power
            — unitary, confederal, and federal. Most nations are unitary in nature
            (local government with a powerful national government). There are no
            confederacies that I know of at this time (the U.S., under the Articles of
            Confederation was one; Germany and Switzerland have also had confederate
            systems in the past). Federal systems are common among large nations where
            several levels of government are needed. Australia, Canada, and Brazil are
            federal as well. Federations do not always work, such as in the case of the
            United Arab Republic.

            The “republic” implies that we have a strong head of state (the President)
            and elected officials representing the people.

            The “constitutional” part means that we have a constitution, which is pretty
            obvious, considering this site. Finally, the “representative democracy” part
            means that the people elect representatives to take care of legislative
            matters. Originally, the only part of the government that fit this description
            was the House of Representatives. Today, the Senate does, too, and in current
            practice, so does the Electoral College.

          • Frank Energy

            Although I don’t entirely trust that site, there definitions are loosier goosier than I would like.

          • Cynical Old Bastard

            I understand.

          • Cynical Old Bastard

            For future reference, the copy and paste function does not work well on any Disqus site. You have to clean it up yourself.

            Also, you missed this part of the essay. Whether intentionally or not makes no difference to me. You failed to post it in your response. It is intriguing though.

            “The mere fact that a nation has a constitution, is a federation, or is a republic, does not imply that minorities are fairly treated. It is the content of that constitution, and the values of that federation and/or republic that protects the rights of minorities.

            Note that a democracy, in the true sense of the word, does not protect the minority — majority rules.

          • Frank Energy

            Seems like everyone wants to label our political system a little different. True,”true democracy” in which ALL the people jointly decide all the laws could be the worst form for minorities

          • Cynical Old Bastard

            Exactly. The label “Democracy” was placed upon our country by mistake by one of the presidents in a speech. Not sure which one, but it has been sold over and over again since then and by every president since then.

            The thing is, most people don’t have a clue as to exactly which form of government we have. Most of them can’t even count change without the help of a computer… much less take the time to be bothered with pesky little things like learning how our government is supposed to work.

            No. It’s much more fun to get on these forums and call names than have useful discourse.

            They use words which they can’t define and then call you a clueless idiot when you actually define them. Not you… just in general. Their attitude is “don’t confuse me with facts, dammit! My mind is made up!”

            But they did not rationalize why their mind is made up… or even if they made up their own minds at all. They simply react to certain stimuli in the way any well-trained person–or animal for that matter–will. The dog does not question why it assumes a certain position at the command “Sit.” It simply reacts as it has been trained to do.

            The more intelligent the animal, the more easily trained it is.

            People are no exceptions to this rule. That’s why you are seeing the trigger words used with ever increasing frequency. Somebody is stirring the pot for something. More than likely open war.

            I don’t listen to much radio, nor watch TV, but things to listen and watch for are an increase in “martial” or “patriotic” songs and more shows which stir the blood of the young and adventurous… like Rambo and Bourne movies.

          • TickTock

            With all the dumbasses out there that believe otherwise, it’s hardly semantics to set them straight. But you can continue to think it’s a word game if you wish.

    • LowellST13

      Representative Republic is much better, which we had it. I am also cynical about these criminals…

      • Cynical Old Bastard

        I’m not so sure I’m being cynical anymore. Hard to be cynical of demonstrably irrefutable facts.

    • NonYo Business

      Running for politics should be a fight to the death. Bare fists.

  • taxpayer22

    under Mueller, the FBI purged itself of anti-terrorism material deemed “offensive” to Muslims. The changes occurred after Mueller secretly met with Islamic organizations, including unindicted co-conspirators in the 2007 Holy Land Foundation terrorist financing case.

    • phicrappazappa

      I’m still waiting on NASA to educate me on all of the many contributions the Muslims have made to the Space Program, as King Obama demanded.

  • Joe Joe

    Mueller is as dirty as they come. It’s time to stop the farce. Russia had ZERO to do with anything, and Flynn is an American hero.

  • John C Carleton

    If it is in, or comes out of Washington DC, it or they, are evil, un-honorable, corrupted, innocent blood lusting, lying piles of human waste. human waste.

    Good does not come out of or from pure evil.

  • Frank Energy

    And the internet juicing the heck out of it.

  • billyjackeng

    Unfortunately the GOP has demonstrated they they only desire to continue the theft and corruption of which they are a full partner with the DNC. How else does one explain the “opposition” party ignoring or abetting the Clinton 35 year crime spree? For the same reasons they don’t shut down Mueller because they have a vested interest in preventing Trump from exposing them.

  • Paul

    I know of real accounts who quit posting on another site, because they figured out they are against freedom of speech….

  • SP_88

    It seems like it would be pretty difficult to find someone who isn’t involved in some sort of corruption to take Mueller’s place. I suppose the best we could hope for would be someone who isn’t involved in this particular scandal.
    But no matter what happens, this will always be a case of the criminals investigating themselves and of course finding no evidence of wrongdoing, unless they want to make an example of someone who was reluctant to play ball.
    It’s like one big dog and pony show, Kabuki Theatre, smoke and mirrors, etc.
    This is for our entertainment. No politicians were actually punished during the filming of this faux pas.

  • ramrodd

    Alex Jones admitted in open court that he is acting