SHOCKING: Robert Mueller Spent $732,000 on Outside Consultants But Refuses to Say Who They Are

The more we learn about dirty cop, Robert Mueller, the more we see just how politically motivated he truly was. The latest case in point is that we now know that Mueller paid outside groups 732k but won’t reveal who got the money.

This becomes even more suspicious after there was speculation that Mueller had hired Fusion GPS to help in his investigation. Talk about your conflicts of interest. But the Mueller witch hunt was full of conflicts of interest.

He hired 13 lawyers who contributed to Hillary Clinton to run the investigation, including dirty cop Andrew Weissmann, who cried at the Clinton victory party after she lost to President Trump.

Paul Sperry at Real Clear Politics reported:

Special Counsel Robert Mueller spent more than $732,000 on outside contractors, including private investigators and researchers, records show, but his office refuses to say who they were. While it’s not unusual for special government offices to outsource for services such as computer support, Mueller also hired contractors to compile “investigative reports” and other “information.”

The arrangement has led congressional investigators, government watchdog groups and others to speculate that the private investigators and researchers who worked for the special counsel’s office might have included Christopher Steele and Fusion GPS, the private research firm that hired Steele to produce the Russia collusion dossier for the Clinton campaign…

…Mueller even kept alive one of the dossier’s most obscene accusations – that Moscow had “compromising tapes” of Trump with Russian hookers – by slipping into a footnote an October 2016 text Trump lawyer Michael Cohen received from a “Russian businessman,” who cryptically intimated, “Stopped flow of tapes from Russia.” Lawyers for the businessman, Giorgi Rtskhiladze (who is actually a Georgian-American), are demanding a retraction of the footnote, arguing Mueller omitted the part of his text where he said he did not believe the rumor about the tapes, for which no evidence has ever surfaced.