Rudy Guiliani says Robert Mueller must be investigated after allowing Spygate evidence to be destroyed

Last week, a report by The National Sentinel noted that a U.S. attorney appointed by former Attorney General Jeff Sessions in April to investigate the Clinton Foundation, the FBI’s probe of Hillary Clinton, and other aspects of the Justice Department’s involvement in “Spygate” had yet to produce anything.

The gist of the report was this: The attorney, John Huber, who is based in Salt Lake City, Utah, has yet to produce anything — no indictments, certainly no convictions, and no indications that he plans to bring any charges against anyone. In fact, he hasn’t even convened a grand jury yet, and his office reportedly “lost” evidence of nefarious behavior on the part of the Clinton Foundation provided by two whistleblowers.

The report suggested that the Huber appointment was just a “head fake,” as one attorney called it; a ruse to make it look as though the current administration was serious about investigating alleged criminal activity on the part of the Clintons and “Deep State” actors loyal to the D.C. power structure.

In reality, we’re no closer to getting justice than we were before Huber was appointed — which makes presidential lawyer Rudy Giuliani’s call for special counsel Robert Mueller to be held accountable for a potential violation of the law almost comical.

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As reported by NewsTarget in mid-December, the Justice Department’s Office of Inspector General recently released a comprehensive report revealing how Mueller worked behind the scenes to protect two former team members, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. 

The DoJ IG was tasked with finding out what happened to text messages the pair of lovers exchanged between a key period of time ranging from shortly after POTUS Donald Trump won the presidential election in 2016 to late spring of the following year. 

Unrealistic expectations

“The Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of the Inspector General (OIG) initiated this investigation upon being notified of a gap in text message data collection during the period of December 15, 2016, through May 17, 2017, from Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) mobile devices assigned to FBI employees Peter Strzok and Lisa Page relevant to a matter being investigated by the OIG’s Oversight and Review Division,” says a synopsis of the report.

“Specifically, the OIG’s Cyber Investigations Office (CYBER) was asked to attempt recovery of these missing text messages for the referenced period from FBI mobile devices issued to Strzok and Page,” the synopsis continued.

After Mueller dismissed Strzok from his team following revelations of anti-Trump text messages he exchanged with Page, the IG discovered that both his and Page’s government-issued cellphones had been wiped clean and that none of the messages sent or received on either phone were preserved — something Mueller would have either known about or directed. 

As reported by Jordan Schachtel of Conservative Review, some people began to question whether the actions to wipe both phones clean amount to criminal obstruction by Mueller and his team.

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Count Giuliani as one of those people. “Mueller should be investigated for destruction of evidence for allowing those text messages from Strzok to be erased, messages that would show the state of mind and tactics of his lead anti-Trump FBI agent at the start of his probe,” he said during an interview with The Hill.

“That should be investigated, damn it, that should be investigated fully. You want a special counsel, get one for that,” he said.

Of course, he’s right. 

But given Huber’s apparent non-investigation of Hillary Clinton as well as the FBI’s bogus probe into her criminal mishandling of classified emails and the reported Clinton Foundation malfeasance, it’s unrealistic to believe that Mueller — appointed by the Deep State for the Deep State — is going to be held accountable for anything. 

There are two justice systems in America today: One for the elite and one for everybody else.