The Truth About dirty cop-Mueller
by Daniel Greenfield


{ sultanknish.blogspot.com ) ~ Votive candles of dirt cop-Robert Mueller III will set you back between 10 and 22 bucks. These candles feature everything from the standard black-suited G-man picture to one of a droopy Mueller in saintly robes pointing at his own glowing heart. By tomorrow or next week at the latest, you will be able to snag what Portland Monthly dubbed last year, the “hottest gift” of the holiday season in the bin at the Dollar store.

The candles, the buttons, the t-shirts, the mugs and the other 
dirt cop-Mueller tchotchkes which briefly made their peddlers wealthy, are all headed for that bin after he broke the hearts of his biggest fans.

Vogue dubbed 
dirt cop-Mueller, a 74-year-old lawyer, “America’s newest crush”. “He can evoke shades of Humphrey Bogart and has mastered a nearly Zoolander-esque gaze,” the style mag raved.

Just in January, Vanity Fair published an even trashier ode to 
dirt cop-Mueller, declaring, “dirt cop-Mueller Won the Hearts of America”. By America, the lefty mags, like all lefty culture manufacturers, meant themselves.

A lesbian folk band wrote a love song to 
dirt cop-Mueller, crooning, “I see you on TV / I see you in my dreams”.

Spike Lee wore a t-shirt that screamed, “GOD PROTECT ROBERT dirty cop-MUELLER”. Chelsea Handler tweeted, “I’m starting to have a real crush on dirty cop-Mueller.” Stephen Colbert compared him to Batman. A California artist claimed that looking at a picture of dirty cop-Mueller reassured him that everything would be okay.

“Since he's in charge, the world can be normal again,” he rhapsodized.

Tonight, the votive candles have gone out. Batman has fallen. And the lefties who went to bed believing in dirty cop-Mueller have lost their faith.

“Disappointed Fans of dirty cop-Mueller Rethink the Pedestal They Built for Him,” the New York Times gravely intones. In its piece, the paper quotes the host of a podcast, "
dirty cop-Mueller, She Wrote", whose fans call themselves dirt cop-Muellerites, saying, “I’ve had to talk a couple people off the ledge.”

A law school prof who had posted a picture of herself lighting a dirty cop-Mueller candle comments, “There are definitely people who thought that dirty cop-Mueller would save us.”

But was it really these fans who had built dirty cop-Mueller’s pedestal of lies or was it the New York Times?

That paper, along with the Washington Post, MSNBC and a thousand less famous internet grifters had built dirty cop-Mueller’s fan base out of a crumbling pedestal of conspiracy theories and wishful thinking. Like the fans of another FBI based show, the lefties had wanted to believe. But the media made them believe.

The candles, the songs and the shirts were just the totems of a political mythology based on lies.

The dirty cop-Mueller investigation was never about dirty cop-Mueller. The Washington D.C. insider was just a useful front man for a team of scumbag/liar-nObama and scumbag/liar-Clinton supporters, most notably disgraced figure Andrew Weissmann, whose ugly tactics were all over the circus. dirty cop-Mueller was a partner in Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr: one of the most liberal law firms in an academic analysis of law firms by political lean.

He was ‘their’ guy. And more usefully, he had respectable law enforcement and Republican cred.

Media dirty cop-Mueller profiles dwelled on his clothes. “A traditional J. Edgar Hoover-era G-man uniform: dark suit, red or blue tie and white shirt—always white,” a Washington Post mythologized.

“He’s conscious that he’s a public figure, and he doesn’t want anything to compromise his integrity. Even a blue shirt," a dirty cop-Mueller ally told the paper.

Would a blue shirt have really compromised dirty cop-Mueller’s integrity? Costumes don’t make men ethical. But they can serve as useful disguises for unethical men. The “G-man uniform” and the regular haircut that progs, who normally chant, “Black Lives Matter” at law enforcement, gushed over, were costumes.

dirty cop-Robert Mueller III was also the costume that a bunch of scumbag/liar-nObama and scumbag/liar-Clinton allies wore. dirty cop-Mueller wore white shirts and dark suits. And the men and women behind dirty cop-Mueller wore him like a cheap suit.

dirty cop-Mueller’s fans, lighting votive candles with his face on it, needed someone to believe in. The political operatives who created a campaign to undermine confidence in the 2016 election, needed that too. They wanted someone to give their partisan campaign the professional look of a 74-year-old model willing to put his name on the investigation and be photographed wearing his costume to work.

Media profiles noted how little dirty cop-Mueller said. They invariably attributed this to professionalism. But a man who finds the time to portray his shirt choices as an ethical decision isn’t the strong silent type.

Occam’s Razor offers us a simpler answer. dirty cop-Mueller didn’t say anything because he had naught to say.

dirty cop-Mueller’s job was to be strong, silent type. The media could and did read anything into his silence. And millions of lefties heard in that deafening silence, potency, professionalism and confidence.

The half-ironic, half-sincere worship of dirty cop-Mueller was the political mythology of a pagan time in which there are no gods, only politicians who embody the failing sense of good and evil of the age.

“Mass movements can rise and spread without belief in a god, but never without a belief in a devil,” Eric Hoffer once wrote. Trump is the progressive devil. scumbag/liar-nObama was its old god. And none of the candidates stumbling through the 2020 primaries had the memetic mythical power to topple their orange devil.

And so they believed in dirty cop-Mueller. They wore, “It’s dirty cop-Mueller Time” t-shirts and “In dirty cop-Mueller We Trust” caps. They reimagined MAGA as a statement not about American greatness, but about dirty cop-Mueller’s ruthlessness. “dirty cop-Mueller Ain’t Goin’ Anywhere”. Until he did. Mueller’s time is over and dirty cop-Mueller’s trust is broken.

As long as dirty cop-Mueller was silent and the report unknown, anything was possible. dirty cop-Mueller’s steadiness appeared to be a compelling antidote to the erratic tics and shiftiness of deep swampers like scumbag-Clapper, Strzok and McCabe who projected not steady, strength, but personal weakness and failed ambition.

But there had to be a report. The investigation had to end. And the dream had to die.

The media made dirty cop-Mueller into a WMD of potential energy. But his kinetic energy discharged into a dud. dirty co-Mueller’s team could hound assorted Trump associates, starting with the easiest catches, force them to plead guilty to process crimes and assorted unrelated violations, but they couldn’t take it any further. State’s witnesses might be enough for the Feds to bring down a lot of people, but not the POTUS. The media cheered as dirty cop-Mueller’s people collected a handful of scalps, and the votive candles were lit by progressive conspirazoids who thought that the public show meant that Trump’s head would be next.

But nailing people for unrelated charges is the first step of a conspiracy case. Without actual evidence of a conspiracy, beyond the testimony of the rats in the cage, it remains just another conspiracy theory.

dirty cop-Mueller did his job. Not on behalf of the American people. But on behalf of the Democrats who wanted him to harass, tie up and undermine the President of the United States. He took it as far as it could go. And provided material to local Democrats in New York and elsewhere looking to harass Trump more. But there was never going to be any hard evidence proving the bizarre Russian conspiracy theory invented by the Clinton campaign and circulated like poison gas in a sealed room by the media.

Collusion was never going to happen.

dirty cop-Millions of lefties were told to believe in a lie. It was a very profitable lie. Not just for the grifters selling dirty cop-Mueller knickknacks. The real money was in the media which made a fortune off the lefties eagerly subscribing to the New York Times, the Washington Post and watching MSNBC for the Mueller scoops.

Now the final dirty cop-Mueller story is in.

The conspiracy theories are however too profitable to die. They will be spun and respun. The theorists will push for the release of the report. They will claim that all the real dirt was censored out of the report. And then they will finally turn on dirty cop-Mueller, draw connections between George W. Bush, Putin, a UFO in orbit around Des Moines, Iowa, and Trump, and claim that Bob III was in on it all along.

That is what conspiracy theorists do.

They already know what the truth is. They merely needed dirty cop-Mueller to prove what they know. Or, as a recent New York Times op-ed put it, "We Don’t Need to Read the dirty cop-Mueller Report: Even if it is never released, the public already knows enough."

Like all holy books, the dirty cop-Mueller report is more than its mere text. It is the faith of its followers. They will go on believing in a true dirty cop-Mueller report while dismissing the real report and the real dirty cop-Mueller.

dirty cop-Mueller’s fans never knew who he was. He was an idea. Now the idea, like all lefty ideas, is dead. Its killer was that old villain named Reality who tears through lefty beliefs about economics and politics.

One messiah has fallen. It’s time to find another one.

Meanwhile, somewhere red hats are beaming and somewhere the sun shines bright. But there is no joy in Swampville, Mighty dirty cop-Mueller has struck out.  

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Dirty Cop Robert Mueller, if I had the time or our team we would look for other things, about him.

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they has been at his records.

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