Sunday, July 28, 2019

Briefly Noted: Robert Mueller, Aaron Zebley, Hillary's Emails

The Boston Herald has an interesting tidbit on Robert Mueller's long time chief of staff, Aaron Zebley. It appears in a longer article--Mueller collapse raises more questions: John Durham may tie up loose ends. It appears that Zebley both ran the day to day operations of Team Mueller and also had represented a key defendant in the Hillary email case:

... reports are surfacing that reveal that Mueller was a no-show and others may have run the investigation and authored the report. According to the New York Times, Mueller, “Kept noticeably shorter hours than he had as FBI Director,” and he “Seemed to cede substantial responsibility to his top deputies, including Aaron Zebley, who managed day-to-day operations.”
Zebley was in private practice in 2015 and 2016, and he represented a man named Justin Cooper. Cooper was an adviser to the Clinton Foundation and an IT expert who set up and maintained Hillary Clinton’s private email server. According to the FBI, “Cooper did recall two instances where he destroyed Clinton’s old mobile devices by breaking them in half or hitting them with a hammer.”
It is becoming clear that the Mueller report is a partisan document, carefully crafted to cut around nefarious activity perpetuated by Clinton et al., and focus on the most salacious moments of the Trump presidency.

I'm not familiar with DoJ internal guidelines, but I find it hard to impossible to believe that the way Team Mueller was staffed did not violate ethical rules/guidelines.


  1. I have to say that you've become my number one source for Deep State news. The way that you cover stuff is just outstanding. There are others who break the news but I value you for interpreting it. This is not my field of expertise and it's good to have an honest broker.

    1. Tx. I try to limit my comments to things concerning which I have something to add.

  2. If and when the hoax is properly exposed - "properly" meaning even the general public sees it for what it is - I think that then and only then will the makeup of the SC team be properly understood by that same public. What is obvious to those of us with eyes to see will only be clear in hindsight to those masses of normal people who just aren't politics-addicted enough to do any sort of meaningful deep dive to figure things out for themselves.

    The good news of course is that it's beginning to appear the above-mentioned exposure really may be in the offing.

    1. I know I always sound optimistic, but this week has buoyed me.