It was recently reported that Special Counsel Robert Mueller will issue his final report on what he’s learned during his investigation of the Russian attack on the 2016 election sometime in February. According to NBC News, government officials familiar with the situation say the report could come as soon as mid-February.
But we do have a hint of what Mueller’s report will contain, thanks to Carl Bernstein, who helped break the Watergate scandal wide open back in the 1970s while working at the Washington Post in partnership with Bob Woodward.
Bernstein was a guest on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” recently, and he revealed that sources had told him a draft of the Mueller report details that Trump was a “witting, unwitting or half-witting pawn.” of Russia. The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist added:
“Trump keeps going back to the idea we need better relations with Russia. He could well be right. But from a point of view of strength, and what everybody can see, is that he has not acted with Russia from the United States having a strength advantage with Russia.
“Rather he has done what appears to be Putin’s goals. He has helped Putin destabilize the United States and interfere in the election, no matter whether it was purposeful or not.”
.@carlbernstein: “This is about the most serious counterintelligence people we have in the US government saying, ‘Oh my god, the President’s words and actions lead us to conclude that somehow he has become a witting, unwitting or half-witting pawn…to Vladimir Putin.'” pic.twitter.com/QOSdJPsJN5
— Reliable Sources (@ReliableSources) January 13, 2019
And that is the heart of the matter when it comes to Trump and the 2016 election: The evidence we’ve seen so far suggests that numerous people who served on the 2016 Trump campaign had connections to and contacts with Russian nationals and, in some cases, with Russian officials who have direct links to the Kremlin and the Russian intelligence service, the FRB.
Here’s another thing Bernstein mentioned that absolutely SCREAMS guilt: Trump’s lies and denials when asked about Russia:
“(Trump) has been lying at every turn about his relationship with Russia.
“Let us look at all of the lies. Follow the money, follow the lies. They are all mostly — and most vehemently — about Russia.”
Based on what we already know and what Bernstein learned about the Mueller report, we can easily determine that Donald Trump has been compromised by Russia and must be removed from office, indicted, tried, and imprisoned for his actions. Mueller already knows the evidence is there, and soon the entire world will know, too.