REPORT: Top Mueller prosecutor stepping down after he was shut DOWN by AG Barr!

It’s being reported this morning that Mueller’s top prosecutor, Andrew Weissman, is now stepping down from Mueller’s team as a sign that they are wrapping up the Russia probe:

But what isn’t being widely reported is why Weissman is leaving.

OAN’s Jack Posobiec, who I generally view with skepticism, reported both on-air and on his Twitter account yesterday that Mueller and Weissman wanted to keep using Flynn to continue the Russia probe. But after asking some tough questions, AG Barr didn’t feel like they had enough probable cause to continue the investigation and shut them down.



Today it’s being reported that Weismann is leaving the investigation. Coincidence? Doesn’t sound like it.

Plus, according to UPI, Mueller filed in court yesterday that he was finished with Flynn:

Former national security adviser Michael Flynn has finished working with Justice Department investigators looking into Russian electoral interference, and now faces sentencing this month for lying to the FBI in the case.

The office of special counsel Robert Mueller said in a status update late Tuesday that investigators have finished their work with Flynn as it pertains to Russia, a primary figure in the inquiry.

 
So given all of that, I’ve decided to run with this report. Here is what Posobiec reported on OAN yesterday regarding the conversations between Barr and team Muller:

There’s more information in the video above, but here are a few of his tweets:



There may be other tweets but Posobiec tweets so much it’s like trying to find a needle in a haystack. In any event, I thought you’d at least want to know about this reporting. So far Posobiec is the only one reporting any of this that I can find, but considering he’s a reporter on the right, he probably does have a good source in the AG office.

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Erdnay
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Best news this week. He is evil.

nc checks and balances
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hubman
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I really hope the report is true. Rosenstein seemed to think he answered to Mueller rather than the other way around.

It’s about time the Special Counsel got some supervision. He’s not a principal officer, so the only possible Constitutional authorization he can have is from the AG.

Who answers to the president.

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Translation, Barr said the fishing expedition is OVER. Weissmann thus packed up his tackle box and went home.

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The greatest shysters of all time, Andrew Weissmann, is out of the most obvious RUSE ever perpetrated on a sitting POTUS and the American people!? Wow!! There’s more to this than we’re being told… just wait for it, as it’s swept under the rug.

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Definitely Weissmann needs to be investigated, he’s been a crooked prosecutor for at least the last 20 years. So says Sydney Powell. Mueller might should be investigated as well as he’s had some dirty dealing in the past too.

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TDS hardest hit. B…b…b…but these kinds of investigations take years! They need to keep looking in case there’s something that they’ve shown no real evidence for to this point. B…b…b…but Mueller is “just about to close in on Trump”. B…b…b…but we don’t know what kind of evidence Mueller has. It must be significant because he keeps investigating. B…b…b…but there are 600,000 indictments of Trump people… sure, none of them have anything to do with “Russian collusion”, but they’re getting there. Where there’s smoke there’s fire. Two wrongs don’t make a right. A stitch in time saves nine. To think of all the electrons that we wasted going back and forth with the Trump deranged as they held out hope against hope that Mueller was going to indict Trump or Trump’s inner circle for something big. They were wrong. This whole time. The ones who were so wrong are fairly long… Read more »

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I am so weary of all this. I hope this ends well.

kong1967
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Geez. So Mueller just wanted to keep investigating until doomsday. Un—freaking—-believable. Well, not really.

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I hope the revelation doesn’t surprise you. We’ve known for quite some time that he had nothing and yet he continued to push the investigation further and further along on fumes. It’s such a travesty.

People in the Obama administration should go to jail over this nonsense that they put us through. They abused their power and wasted so much of our national mental energy.

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No, it doesn’t surprise me because he’s been doing it for a long time now. However, he was supposedly closing it up so I figured he exhausted all of his possible Trump connections that he could destroy. I didn’t think he would pick one he had already destroyed and go back for a never-ending fishing expedition.

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We’ve been hearing for a long time that Mueller was about to wrap up the investigation.
I think Mueller figured out that people would be willing to wait a little bit longer if they thought he was almost done, so he just kept hinting in that direction. It seems like a deliberate stall attempt.

How else can we explain the repeated claim that he was wrapping up his investigation, even though he’s still announcing new indictments and the grand jury is still in session?

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Job security? unamused

kong1967
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HidyhoHidyho Yeah, and possibly because he doesn’t want to admit defeat.

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Also from Posobiec
SCOOP: Special Counsel Mueller expected to NOT move forward with indictment of Donald Trump Jr following status review of investigation by new AG William Barr – @OANN

Barr is no Sessions or Rosenstein(Wimps on the Mueller investigation).. an upgrade for POTUS?

RWrad
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My question is why isn’t that slimy scumbag Weissmann swinging by the neck from a tall oak tree?

Dr. Strangelove
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Waste of rope?

hbnolikee
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hbnolikee

Let’s take up a collection.

mmcd83
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This investigation should wrap up shortly now.

BlackR1
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It’s about ***** TIME!

My opinion of Trump is well known, but it’s LONG PAST TIME that Mueller and his gaggle of ‘political assassins’ are reigned in.

For far too long Mueller has been assuming “Principal Officer” powers that he should NOT have been afforded. Mueller, from day one, should have been working as an “Inferior Officer” since he was NOT appointed by the President.

Instead, the little weasel Rod Rosenstein continued to grant Mueller more and more powers to allow Mueller and his ilk fish for crimes instead of investigating crimes that they already were aware of.

Now I know that the left will have a total meltdown about Andrew “the loathsome little weasel” Weissman’s departure and will scream “obstruction of justice” but that’s to be expected because, well, they’re ignorant, and ignorant people are among other things, predictable.

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Yeah OAN for the most part ok, But glad to see SOMEBODY pulling back the reins on the SC albeit 2.5 years later

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Scoop, I follow Jack on twitter. He’s okay and I think he worked at the CIA so he probably does have his connections. As far as Weissmann leaving this is from Paul Sperry:

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BREAKING: DOJ IG Horowitz is investigating who in the sr ranks of FBI & DOJ–including Rosenstein & Yates–knew Bruce Ohr was back-channeling anti-Trump dirt from Steele to the FBI after Steele was terminated by the FBI as a confidential source. Ohr is fully cooperating in probe.

I’ve read Weissmann was one of the people Bruce Ohr gave the information to along with the FBI so Weissmann knows he’s in trouble. Weissmann was already part of the Mueller team when he received it so he knew the dossier was a bunch of lies.

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Make sure yall listen to Dan Bongino everyday to stay informed on this stuff too. It can get confusing.

sjmom
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I’ve tried to listen to Dan but have had problems connecting to it.

Tracy
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Hm. He is on YouTube as well.

https://www.youtube.com/user/DanBongino

sjmom
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Thank you.

Tracy
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Yes.

Graham: Need A Special Counsel To Investigate “Potential Crimes” By Department of Justice, FBI

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2019/03/14/graham_need_a_special_counsel_to_investigate_potential_crimes_by_department_of_justice_fbi.html

sjmom
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Barr may appoint one.

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And do it open ended like they have this faux Trump thing.

churchillis1
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Looks like someone may finally be trying to eject the foxes from the hen house.

Good.

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Weismann is the biggest troublemaker and glad to see Barr shutting these evil people down…Flynn is a good man and these aholes deserve everything bad coming their way….They have ruined so many lives over the years…

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I’m glad to see that AG, Barr is not putting up with any more of Mueller’s and Weismann’s conniving BS. They’ve wasted tens of millions of dollars of our money what every non liberal loon knows is a hoax.

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It’s better for Mueller to end the shenanigans than have them get exposed to Barr via oversight into what is going on….

Are the investigators so bad that it takes two years to get the necessary evidence that the left claims is right in front of our face?

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Nah. The investigators are so bad that in two years they couldn’t dream up any charges and find a “crime” to fit them.

Texas Chris
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So, two years, +/-$60 million, and all they’ve got is process crimes? Tax evasion, perjury, undeclared agency…? No Russia, no computer hacking, no election results tampering, nothing even closely related to the accusations against Trump?

WITCH HUNT!

And may the left, media, and Democrats end up in the hot place for making me defend Trump!

Meanwhile, everything they blamed Trump for Hillary actually did! But she’s walking around free. Drunk, but free.

Tracy
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And where is Tony Podesta? He should be right there along side Manafort in prison.

Texas Chris
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With the difference being that Podesta actually hurt people, and there’s a credible accusation of child pornography and pedophilia.

BlackR1
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It’s OK to defend Trump when it comes to this Mueller bologna.

Last statement = priceless. And judging from her liquor receipts, so is Nancy Pelosi.

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The entire Flynn investigation has been a mystery. His son was the one who claimed Hillary was running a child traffic-ing ring our of the Pizza restaurant in D.C. Yet his dirty tricks have been ignored, at least publicly.

BlackR1
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I thought you were going to go in a whole different direction there.

The Million $$$ question that NO ONE has answered is WHO authorized it and WHY were the Feds listening into Flynn’s conversations to begin with? Flynn was simply part of Trump’s campaign team, NOT a Federal employee so WHY was his phone conversation listened in on and then transcribed and eventually LEAKED?!?!

Further, how the **** did Senator Al Franken KNOW IN ADVANCE that Jeff Sessions had conversations with a Russian delegate when Franken was questioning him?!? Franken was setting Sessions UP.

Tracy
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Barr isnt going to let this fishing expedition continue. Good.

MxnCheeseHead
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Barr’s presence means Mueller can’t keep countless investigations open endlessly. If Mueller doesn’t have legitimate offenses to investigate, Barr’s oversight is going to force Mueller to shut them down.

Progressives must love the fact that we are finally seeing progress. /s

NYGino
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There are lots of sweaty palms in DC nowadays.

Texas Chris
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I don’t think so. Being on the left means never having to admit you’re wrong.

Conserve 58
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Yes there are.

Once Mueller finally submits his report and the declassification of documents begins there’s going to be a lot of soiled underwear in DC. I’m thinking of buying shares in Froot of The Loom underwear and adult depends. DC is going to smell like San Fransisco.

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I agree.

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