REVEALED: Identity of Another Anti-Trump Member on Mueller’s Team

Now that we know the political bias of Robert Muller’s investigative team, it’s about to get worse.

Days after we discovered investigator Peter Strzok was fired by Special Counsel Robert Mueller for sending anti-Trump messages while he was working on the Clinton email investigation, we learn that there are more anti-Trump members from Mueller’s team out there.

From Western Journal:

A third member of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team has been revealed to have a strong anti-Trump bias, Fox News host Laura Ingraham said Tuesday.

During an exclusive on Ingraham’s show “The Ingraham Angle,” it was revealed that Jeannie Rhee, the former deputy assistant attorney general for Obama’s Justice Department, is a member of Mueller’s legal team investigating alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

Ingraham revealed that prior to joining Mueller’s legal team, she had provided legal advice to the Obama administration.

It has also been discovered that Rhee provided legal representation for the Clinton Foundation, according to The Daily Wire.

Watch the video here.

“But that’s not even the most interesting part of the story,” Ingraham added. “We’ve learned exclusively from sources on Capitol Hill that just weeks before joining the special prosecutor’s team, Rhee was the personal attorney of former deputy Obama National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes.”

Rhee was reportedly Rhodes’ “point of contact” with the House Intel Committee during its investigation of Russia, according to Ingraham.

The Fox News host added that Rhee had also donated roughly $9,000 to “Hillary and her fellow Democrats.”

Adriana Cohen, a columnist for the Boston Herald, also noted Rhee’s financial contributions to the Democratic Party.

“Jeannie Rhee has given more than $16,000 to Democrats since 2008. She also maxed out donations both in 2015 and 2016 to Clinton’s presidential campaign,” Cohen wrote. “Rhee also represented Clinton in a legal case involving access to her private emails and defended the Clinton Foundation in a former racketeering suit.”

Rhee is now the third member of Mueller’s team that has been shown to have a left-leaning political bias.

On Sunday, The Western Journal reported that Peter Strzok, a high-level counterintelligence investigator in the FBI, had been demoted to the bureau’s human resources department after it was discovered he had exchanged anti-Trump text messages with FBI lawyer Lisa Page.

However, House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes ordered U.S. House Republicans to draft a contempt of Congress resolution after Nunes claimed the FBI withheld information on Strzok’s demotion for roughly three months.

Fox News revealed Tuesday that attorney Andrew Weissmann, a deputy for Mueller’s Russia probe, told acting Attorney General Sally Yates in an email “I am so proud,” after she was fired by President Donald Trump in January for her refusal to defend his seven-country travel ban.

“And in awe. Thank you so much. All my deepest respects,” Weissmann added in his message to Yates that was acquired by Judicial Watch through a federal lawsuit.

“Once again, another member of the Mueller team has been exposed for brazen partisanship,” Ingraham concluded. “Which, at the very least — very least — represents the appearance of a conflict of interest, if not an actual one.”


It now appears that the FBI will have even more explaining to do as evidence of additional anti-Trump bias among members of Mueller’s investigation appear to be on the horizon…


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