Mueller Probe: Two Rats Abandon Ship!

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
September 1, 2018

Things are not looking good for Mueller. His smarter underlings are already fleeing the investigation.

After two years of intense (and fruitless) probing, the only thing that Mueller has managed to reveal was his own corruption as well as the horrifying state of the FBI and CIA.

It’s looking more and more inevitable, by this point, that a new probe will be initiated – this time into the previous probe, which is clearly a politically motivated witch-hunt meant to cover up the crimes of Democrats and the deep-state.

It’s no surprise, then, that some of these conspirators are abandoning ship, presumably in the hopes of avoiding being caught in the upcoming counter-attack.


Prosecutors Ryan Dickey and Brian Richardson are no longer working for the office of special counsel Robert Mueller, the Justice Department confirmed.

King rat Mueller must be furious that his underlings are starting to abandon him.

Both lawyers were relatively junior but frequently spotted members of Mueller’s corps. Both have worked on court cases that Mueller opened as part of his investigation into Russian interference and coordination with the Trump campaign in the 2016 presidential election.

In other words, neither is innocent within this conspiracy to overthrow the elected government of the United States for the benefit of the Jews.

Neither should be spared Trump’s – and America’s – upcoming wrath, either.

Peter Carr, a spokesman for the special counsel, declined to explain on Thursday what the departures mean for the state of Mueller’s office.

Over this summer, as Mueller opened more criminal cases, other Justice Department units including the US Attorney’s Office in Washington and the National Security Division have begun to work on the court action, wedging the cases deeper into the Justice Department’s portfolio.

Carr said that neither Dickey nor Richardson left the office because of political allegations, the appearance of bias or any other wrongdoing.

Smart – they got out before being found out, unlike the disgraced scumbags Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.

I wouldn’t want to be caught making these kinds of faces either.

That signals that their departures appear to differ from the situation of Peter Strzok, a top FBI agent moved off of Mueller’s team after it was discovered he sent text messages that disparaged President Donald Trump and commented on the firing of FBI Director James Comey.

Trump, in his ongoing attacks of Mueller on Twitter, has repeatedly called the lawyers in the office “17 angry Democrats.” Mueller himself is a longtime Republican previously appointed by presidents of both parties to various federal posts, including FBI director days before September 11, 2001.

The special counsel’s office now has 15 lawyers at work under Mueller.

For now – something tells me we might see a larger exodus if things continue on the current path.

Amoral, spineless people are not known for their loyalty.

Richardson had been among Mueller’s attorneys at Dutch lawyer Alex Van Der Zwaan’s sentencing in April. Richardson had joined Mueller’s office directly — whereas some lawyers moved over on detail from other parts of the Justice Department — after he
finished a clerkship for Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.

Richardson recently became a research fellow at Columbia Law School, according to the law school’s spokeswoman Nancy Goldfarb.

How cute. Some of the rats are getting rescued.

When it becomes clear that all these people are criminals, we’re going to be seeing them drown, instead of getting a lifeboat from cucks.

RIP, scumbags.

Both Dickey and Richardson were frequent presences at the federal courthouse in DC over the past year, often showing up on days when no public hearings were scheduled even after the court cases they worked on became public. Both appear to have left Mueller’s office sometime this summer, though Carr would not confirm their engagement dates.

They left right when it was becoming clear that the investigation was going south, and public opinion was sharply turning against Mueller.

This is definitively a good sign. It’s very unlikely that people bailing from the investigation would be some random coincidence. After all, if these people were confident it would lead to Trump’s impeachment, then being a part of the investigation would be the greatest badge of honor imaginable for a shitlib like them.

So it’s clear that these people are panicking – as they should be.