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Americans are growing ever more annoyed with the achingly lengthy #RussiaGate hoax, and the increasingly unfocused Special Counsel investigation that goes along with it.

A witch hunt.  A fishing expedition.  Spray and pray.  Whatever you wish to label it as, Robert Mueller and his band of ornery conspiracy theorists are certainly into something, but that something could be anything.

The wide angle that Mueller has taken from the beginning was finally enough for one federal judge this week, who lashed out at the Special Counsel, virtually labeling the entire shebang a sham.

“You don’t really care about Mr. Manafort,” the judge said. “You really care about what information Mr. Manafort can give you to lead to Mr. Trump” and his eventual prosecution or impeachment.

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“It’s unlikely you’re going to persuade me the special counsel has unfettered power to do whatever he wants,” Ellis, who was appointed by Republican President Ronald Reagan, said at a hearing on Manafort’s motion to dismiss the Virginia charges.

Now, after having his cage rattled thusly, Bobby Mueller is heading back to the drawing board, and asking the courts to give him just a little more time.

An attempt by special counselor Robert Mueller to harangue a number of Russian companies and individuals for allegedly interfering in the 2016 presidential election appears to be backfiring “bigly.”

On Friday the special counselor’s office sought to delay its first court hearing on the matter out of what appeared to be anxiety.

When Mueller indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities in February, he assumed his foreign-based targets would simply ignore any future court proceedings since they clearly live outside his jurisdiction, according to Politico. He assumed wrong.

It certainly seems as though Robert Mueller is losing favor in some of his former Deep State circles in recent weeks.

Not only have two house intelligence committee come back with “no collusion” found in the case of the magical Kremlin brainwash/bribe/blackmail saga, but now he has a hefty contingent of the judiciary growing tired of his foot-dragging drama.

We predict a rough road ahead, Robby.  Buckle up.

 

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