NOW THEY FINALLY THINK THAT MUELLER HAS A CONFLICT OF INTEREST? HE HAD ONE WHEN HE WAS NAMED THE SO-CALLED INDEPENDENT SPECIAL PROSECUTOR …
According to The Hill, a new Harvard CAPS-Harris Survey is out that shows that a majority of Americans believe that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has a conflict of interest. 54% responded that the “relationship” between the two amounts to a conflict of interest, which includes 70% of Republicans, 53% of independents and even 40% of Democrats. Really, how long have we been saying Mueller has a conflict of interest? It has been proved that the FBI and DOJ had a bias against Donald Trump and for Hillary Clinton. The Mueller special counsel was supposed to uncover collusion between Trump and the Russians. However, all we have learned is that there was collusion between the DNC and the Clinton campaign, Hillary/Obama, Uranium One and the Russians, the Russian dossier/Hillary/FBI, and the FBI involved in possible election meddling by the FBI, Be very careful what you ask for Democrats, you may not like the truth.
So much for the impeccable reputation of being a Boy Scout
A majority of polled voters say special counsel Robert Mueller has a conflict of interest because of his past ties to former FBI Director James Comey, according to the latest Harvard CAPS-Harris survey.
When asked if Mueller has a conflict of interest “as the former head of the FBI and a friend of James Comey,” 54 percent responded that the “relationship” between the two amounts to a conflict of interest, including 70 percent of Republicans, 53 percent of independents and 40 percent of Democrats.
“The special counsel has serious perception issues as a clear majority now see him as having a conflict of interest,” said Mark Penn, co-director of the Harvard CAPS-Harris survey.
In the Harvard CAPS-Harris survey, a plurality of voters, 36 percent, said Trump and his allies are getting harsher treatment from the special counsel than Clinton and her aides received during the FBI investigation into her handling of classified material. Twenty-five percent said both parties are getting the same treatment, 24 percent are unsure and 15 percent said the president is getting more lenient treatment.
Comey cleared Clinton of wrongdoing and one of her top aides, Cheryl Mills, received an immunity deal during the investigation. Mueller’s probe so far has resulted in guilty pleas from former national security adviser Michael Flynn, as well as former campaign adviser, George Papadopoulos, both of whom are cooperating with the special counsel. Former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and one of his top aides, Richard Gates, face a litany of serious charges pertaining to alleged financial crimes.