It’s pretty clear at this point that the Mueller investigation is a total waste of time. There was no collusion and the idea that there was is just silly. Basically, Mueller has been going around for the last few months trying to ruin the lives of people who were close to the Trump campaign. Jerome Corsi is one of the people that Mueller has been strong arming but he’s not going down without a fight. In fact, he’s firing back…
An author and conspiracy theorist who says he’s being threatened with indictment by special counsel Robert Mueller’s team in the Trump-Russia probe filed a federal lawsuit Sunday night accusing Mueller of constitutional violations and leaking grand jury secrets.
Jerome Corsi’s new suit against Mueller also accuses the special prosecutor of trying to badger Corsi into giving false testimony that he served as a conduit between Wikileaks found Julian Assange and Roger Stone, a longtime adviser to then-candidate Donald Trump.
Corsi is demanding $100 million in actual damages and $250 million in punitive damages for injury to his reputation.
From Washington Examiner:
Corsi, 72, is demanding $100 million in “general and compensatory damages” and $250 million in punitive damages from the law enforcement agencies.
For months, Mueller’s team has investigated whether Corsi knew in advance that WikiLeaks had obtained emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta, which were stolen by Russian intelligence officers. In the summer of 2016, during the height of the presidential campaign, WikiLeaks published troves of Democratic National Committee emails.
In his lawsuit, Corsi said Mueller’s team has unfairly targeted him because it has “misrepresented the investigative research” that Corsi conducted into the Clinton emails, and because of Corsi’s “investigative deduction” that the emails would “probably be released at a later date.”
Not a bad idea.
It’s time to wrap this investigation up. We’ve wasted enough time and money.