As we continue to trudge forward with the Robert Mueller-led investigation into supposed Russian “collusion” within the Trump campaign, the entire circus train seems to be veering off the rails.
Of the out-in-the-ope moves already made by Mueller, most have had little to no relation to Russia. Instead, we’ve been witness to a number of Trump’s former acquaintances being charged with a number of process crimes and financial “gotcha’s” that have yet to yield a Russian connection.
This has allowed the sentiment surrounding Mueller’s entire operation to grow fickle in our nation, with polls showing that We The People are heavily skeptical of the investigation as a whole.
Now, in yet another move indicative of just how wacky this whole thing has become, a man in the inner circle of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is now telling Robert Mueller that he will not sign his plea deal.
Jerome Corsi, whose role in Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election largely revolves around the possibility that he was an intermediary between Stone and WikiLeaks, said he was offered a deal to plea on one count of perjury.Trending:“They can put me in prison the rest of my life. I am not going to sign a lie,” Corsi told CNN in a phone call.Advertisement - story continues belowAsked what happens now that he is refusing, Corsi responded: “I don’t know.”