Washington's Blog -- Mueller's History of Cover-Ups -- April 8, 2018 by Kevin Ryan
What some people don't know about Mueller is that he has a long history of leading government investigations that were diversions or cover-ups. These include the investigation into the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, the investigation into the terrorist financing Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI), and the FBI investigations into the crimes of September 11th, 2001. Today the public is beginning to realize that Mueller's investigation into Russian collusion with the Trump campaign is a similar diversion.
Mueller was then appointed as chief investigator of the 1988 bombing of Pan Am 103 in Scotland. The account Mueller produced was a flimsy story that accused a Libyan named Megrahi of coordinating placement of a suitcase bomb that allegedly traveled unaccompanied through several airports to find its way to the doomed flight. Despite Mueller's persistent defense of this unbelievable tale, Megrahi was released from prison in 2009 and died three years later in Libya.
Everybody knows that the "Russian election influence" is based on the notion that American's weak minds must be carefully protected. Or did they hack the cheap hackable voting machines I have been complaining about for well over a decade?
Russia News Now -- Much Ado About Putin's Decline Ratings but He Remains Substantially More Popular Than Western Leaders -- Sept., 2018
Much has been made in Russian and Western media about Russian President Vladimir Putin's declining approval ratings. However, despite the major ratings decline, Putin's approval rating remains far above any Western leader. More importantly, his rating remains higher than it has been in long periods of is rule. In other words, the fall in Putin's rating marks a return from normal after excessively and inordinately high ratings from late 2014 until early 2018.
The anti-Putin campaign is obviously another CIA psyop. Putin is far more progressive than Hillary Clinton. And I do not play footsie with CIA rent-a-crowds.