On the left hand side of its influential conservative news site, the Drudge Report links to a column by Harvey Silverglate.
Actually, it's an expose that depicts special prosecutor Robert Mueller as a "modern-day Tomas de Torquemada" rather than "the choirboy." The article's title is "How Robert Mueller Tried To Entrap Me."
This meme is now surfacing in the media. The message is: To get a win in a prosecution, Mueller is not above coercion.
Silveraglate, a defense lawyer, contends, for example, Mueller set up a sting based on the tip from an alleged lowlife. He didn't bite but he was disappointed in Mueller's tactics.
Another incident Silverglate reports is of a meeting to obtain a new trial for a client. That was based on allegations that the client had been "framed in part by the connivance of military investigations and FBI agents."
Essentially, when Mueller entered the room he declared that there would be no criticism of the FBI.
Throwing shade on Mueller could be a valid presentation of information and a needed questioning of his integrity.
Or, it could signal the fear among those in the Trump Administration that Mueller could unearth evidence of wrongdoing. As with Watergate, that could force the members of the Administration to resign and/or accept plea deals which involve prison time.
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