The dominos in the Trump/Russia investigation are falling fast.
When it was announced that Special Counsel Robert Mueller had impaneled a grand jury, and through that conduit issued subpoenas, the world turned on it’s axis.
After all, Mueller has expanded his probe, employed vast legal resources, hired a ton of lawyers.
Through subordinates the former FBI director has announced that financial crimes are now in play.
The entire revelation sent a bone chilling message to the White House, and anyone else that may be guilty of high crimes.
Why didn't A.G. Sessions replace Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, a Comey friend who was in charge of Clinton investigation but got….
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 26, 2017
Robert Mueller is academically brilliant, methodical, and worst of all, patient.
Mueller is unconcerned with the mid-term elections, major legislation, or the President’s twitter account.
Special Counsel Mueller loathes the media as much as Trump does, but the difference in the way both men demonstrate that trait speaks volumes about the formidable adversary the Trump administration is up against.
When the grand jury went public, it was only a matter of time before the FBI started making direct contact with the subjects of the investigation.
We have no way of knowing what exactly the FBI has been up too, including what has become of the rumored interrogations.
Once impaneled, We knew the jurors would go after every piece of relevant documentation on the planet.
We expect that high profile political figures will be called to testify before that same jury.
For days, this writer pondered the possibility of raids on personal and commercial property commencing.
As it turns out, Robert Mueller was 5 steps ahead of me according(way to go WAPO!) to the Washington Post
The FBI, seemingly at the direction of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, conducted a pre dawn raid on Paul Manafort’s home July 26th according to the best newspaper in the country.
Investigators were seeking documents that had been sought out by Congress.
Paul Manafort and others will be given a choice, either cooperate with the investigation, or go to federal prison.