Mueller strays into LinkedIn territory

February 20, 2018 |

Robert Mueller has made another indictment in his investigation of Russian collusion in the 2016 election. Try to follow me on this one:

He’s charged Alex Van Der Zwaan, an associate in the London law office of Skadden, Arps, Slate Meagher & Flom (is that a law firm or a Monty Python gag?), with lying to investigators about conversations related to a report he helped prepare on the trial of Ukrainian politician Yulia Tymoshenko. Van Der Zwaan was questioned about his firm’s work for the Ukrainian Ministry of Justice back in 2012 and allegedly lied to investigators about his last communications with Richard Gates, who was indicted with former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort over consulting work they did in Ukraine years before Trump announced his candidacy.

Oh, and he also allegedly deleted some emails that federal investigators wanted to see. Say, when did that become a crime?

So there you have it: proof Trump colluded with Russia to win the presidency! Boy, has this investigation been worth the money.

Incidentally, Bloomberg News had to look up this guy’s page just to figure out who the heck he was. You know Mueller has wandered far afield from his original mission when he’s gone even beyond the ludicrousness of investigating Facebook ads and is now in LinkedIn territory.

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    02/22/2018 12:31 AM

    How much has Mueller's investigation of COLLUSION WITH RUSSIA (by whoever) cost the United States taxpayers so far ? I am sure we could probably have financed the southern border wall with that wasted money .

  • Sandra Arnold

    02/20/2018 06:16 PM

    Well, I knew that Mueller was so smart, he would find law firm name is enough to choke a horse...but of course, this does prove that Trump needs to be, you say.....have no clue, was hoping you would tell is enough....our money is being wasted by giving it to people who should be the ones long can this go on....I guess until the American people stand up and say this is enough...but sadly, I don't see too many who want to get involved...they want to gripe and complain and sit back in their easy chairs and hope that someone else does something...that is how we ended up with the Obama one stood up and said that is enough....