The Special Counsel headed by Robert Mueller set up to investigate the erroneous claims against Trump for the alleged Russian intervention in the 2016 Presidential Election has added Elizabeth Prelogar, an advocate for the Office of the Solicitor General who has argued five cases before the Supreme Court. She joins 13 other members of the Special Counsel, most of whom have been shown to be Liberal Democrats.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich weighed on the addition:
The fix is in. This is the establishment counter-attacking legally when they lost politically.
Gingrich has expressed concerns over the ability of Mueller to lead an unbiased investigation citing campaign contributions by Mueller’s ex-firm WilmerHale. Employees of the firm gave over $325,000 to Hillary Clinton’s campaign as opposes to less than $700 for Trump’s.
Prelogar joins Jeannie Rhee and Andrew Weissmann as left-liberal members of Mueller’s Special Counsel.
Gingrich expressed concern over these members of the Counsel as well citing Rhee’s defense of the Clinton Foundation and Weissmann’s repudiation by the Supreme Court for hiding evidence.
Unfortunately, all too many Republicans are sleepwalking and pretending this is all OK,” Gingrich explains in an interview with TheDCNF. “And they don’t do any research. They don’t look at, what’s the background to what’s going on here? This is not a fair game. These are people who are out to destroy Trump.
The left is desperate to find a way to defeat Trump. And, they’re desperate– they cannot believe Trump beat them. Therefore, the Russians must have done it.
Gingrich continues to worry about the impartiality of Mueller’s Special Counsel again citing the donation disparity by WilmerHale employees with 99.81% going to Clinton’s campaign as well as the donation disparity in the Justice Department itself with 97% of donations by political active employees going to Hillary Clinton.
The impartiality of Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel was already in question, as pointed out by Former Speaker Newt Gingrich, but the addition of Left-Liberal Elizabeth Prelogar only adds to the bias.