Is There a Plot to get Special Counsel Robert Mueller?

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has just notified the FBI that there is a plot being waged to discredit him with sexual misconduct allegations.

As Written and Reported By Brooke Singman for Fox News:

The special counsel’s office has referred to the FBI an alleged scheme offering women money to make false allegations against Robert Mueller, according to his spokesman.

The referral was first reported by The Atlantic on Tuesday and apparently involved a scheme to level sexual assault allegations.

“When we learned last week of allegations that women were offered money to make false claims about the Special Counsel, we immediately referred the matter to the FBI for investigation,” special counsel spokesman Peter Carr said in a statement to Fox News, without offering specifics.

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Mr. Muller has told the FBI that someone is out there offering women substantial dollar amounts to bring sex assault charges against him. That other side of the aisle.

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According to The Atlantic, Mueller’s office said the scheme was brought to its attention by journalists after a woman told them she had been offered $20,000 by GOP activist Jack Burkman “to make accusations of sexual misconduct and workplace harassment against Robert Mueller.”

The Atlantic reported that the woman claimed Burkman also offered to pay off her credit card debt.

Sounds like the behavior that you could expect from the left. But wait. There is more. There might just actually be a woman out there with real charges.

But reached for comment on Tuesday, Burkman told Fox News he does not know the woman who spoke with The Atlantic and has “never paid anyone to do such a thing.”

“This is very silly. It is Mueller doing the usual—trying to deflect from his own….


Special counsel notifies FBI of alleged scheme to pay women for false allegations against Mueller | Fox News


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