As we continue to speed toward the inevitable end of the Robert Mueller-led investigation into alleged collusion between Russia and the Trump 2016 campaign, the bigger picture is coming into focus.
It’s no mistake that Robert Mueller has largely been working in the dark. The scope and severity of the allegations demand that sort of attention to detail. Is it a witch hunt? Perhaps, and the President certainly believes so, having stated that fact on numerous occasions.
Now, after a number of petty indictments against Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen, Mueller is getting a great deal of friction from the next target on his list, Jerome Corsi, who recently filed a criminal complaint against Mueller alleging that the Special Counsel had attempted to coerce false testimony from the former Infowars DC Bureau Chief.
The end is nigh, according to insiders, and they believe that the next round of legal filings could spell out Mueller’s entire plan.
Members of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team are expected Tuesday to describe former Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn’s efforts to cooperate with their investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 campaign. It’s the first in a series of court filings due this week that could shed new light on the way high-profile witnesses have been behaving behind closed doors.Trending:
“Ideally, you would have a road map to what we will see in the future,” said Renato Mariotti, a former federal prosecutor who’s been closely watching the probe.
The anticipated court filings from the New York federal prosecutors and from the special counsel are expected to provide insight into what Cohen has been telling federal investigators about the Russia probe and about an on-going, unspecified grand jury investigation in New York.
Now the only question will be whether or not Mueller’s trail of breadcrumbs will lead him to Moscow or not.