FBI Agent Goes Rogue – Stuns Nation With Major Announcement

A longtime veteran of the FBI just spoke out to reveal the truth behind the 13 indictments White House Special Counsel Robert Mueller handed down last Friday.

Last week, Mueller’s office announced that a grand jury indicted 13 Russian nationals, along with 3 Russian entities, accused of “supporting the presidential campaign of then-candidate Donald J. Trump … and disparaging Hillary Clinton.” The Gateway Pundit reported that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein admitted that no American had knowledge they were interacting with Russians who were posing as Americans; the outcome of the election wasn’t impacted.

This means that Trump’s campaign never did collude with Russia, just as the president has said all along. Now, reporter Paul Sperry has come forward to say that a veteran FBI agent told him that the 13 indictments by Mueller are moot and it was done for show to solely justify the Special Counsel’s existence and salary.

Sperry tweeted, “BREAKING: This just in from a veteran FBI C.I. official: ‘The 13 indictments by Mueller are moot. These subjects are all in Russia and will never be arrested or incarcerated. This is solely to justify his existence and salary. This is a ‘show’ indictment for public relations.'”

This comes after it was announced that Mueller has reportedly just expanded his investigation into Kushner’s business dealings with foreign investors during the presidential transition period. Bizpac Review reported that Mueller’s team has asked witnesses in interviews as recently as this month about Kushner’s negotiations for financing for a New York City office building owned by his family’s company, Kushner Companies.

These new inquiries indicate that Mueller’s interest in Kushner has grown beyond any contacts he had with Russians during the 2016 campaign. Mueller is especially interested in Kushner’s meetings just after the election with the chairman of Anbang Insurance, a Chinese company that purchased a stake in the Kushner Companies property at 666 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.

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