In case there was any doubt about how biased the team of investigators that Special Counsel Robert Mueller assembled for the Russian election interference, the latest news concerning one of his top investigators should lay any doubts to rest.
It seems that the top prosecutor, now deputy for Mueller sent out an email back in January when then Acting Attorney General Sally Yates openly defied President Donald Trump’s first travel ban executive order. Andrew Weissmann sent the email to yates under the title ‘I am so proud’ referring to her defiance of a Trump executive order. He went on to thank you and say he was in aw and sent her his deepest respects.
(Fox News) – A top prosecutor who is now a deputy for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe praised outgoing acting Attorney General Sally Yates after she was fired in January by President Trump for refusing to defend his controversial travel ban.
The email, obtained by Judicial Watch through a federal lawsuit, shows that on the night of Jan. 30, Andrew Weissmann wrote to Yates under the subject line, “I am so proud.”
He continued, “And in awe. Thank you so much. All my deepest respects.”
The disclosure follows confirmation that another Mueller investigator, FBI official Peter Strzok, was fired over the summer after allegedly sending anti-Trump texts to an FBI lawyer with whom he was romantically involved.
His alleged actions revived concerns about the objectivity of the FBI probes of both Hillary Clinton’s email setup and Russia election meddling…
The Weissmann email was discovered by Judicial Watch. Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch said the email is very disturbing and should call into question the objectivity of the special counsel investigation. Hopefully, Congress will take action and force Weissmann off of the investigation and force Mueller to shake up his team and replace some of the overly biased (which is all of them) with some that aren’t as anti-Trump biased.