Mueller’s Team Says Mueller Thinks Trump Is the Manchurian Candidate


Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg made news Monday by announcing he would refuse to answer the Mueller subpoena. Mueller subpoenaed all communications — meaning emails, texts, handwritten notes, etc. pertaining to a witness, including Nunberg.

Nunberg called the Mueller investigation a “witch hunt” and any suggestion of Russia-Trump collusion is “the biggest joke”.

Nunberg said he spoke with Mueller’s team and they say Mueller thinks Trump is the “Manchurian Candidate”.


That is probably what Robert Mueller thinks since he is pursuing the case as if he believed Trump is a Russian operative.

That’s ironic since millions of people think Barack Obama is the Manchurian Candidate and Mueller is his henchman.


Nunberg also thinks Mueller may have something on Trump. “I think they may. I think that he [Trump] may have done something during the election. But I don’t know that for sure.”. When Katy Tur asked what evidence he had, he explained he didn’t have any.

He made comments about Trump knowing about the Trump Tower meeting, a meeting which should be a no-never-mind.

Later, he told Jake Tapper that Carter Page “colluded with the Russians” and is a “scumbag” who was totally uninvolved with the campaign. “He was a name on a list,” he said.

We say follow the money! How many millions did we have going to Hillary Clinton and her Foundation?

One analogy I heard is that this situation is like the firefighters who run into Trump’s home because they think there is a lighted candle inside while Hillary’s house next door is ablaze.

We must add that Nunberg might have been drunk.



  1. “One analogy I heard is that this situation is like the firefighters who run into Trump’s home because they think there is a lighted candle inside while Hillary’s house next door is ablaze.”

    That is dead on!

    But not just her, but Obama’s entire criminal syndicate.

    But our empty suit AG won’t even get the Fast & Furious docs for brother of slain border agent:

  2. Now Nunberg said he will probably cooperate.

    It’s rather curious that Mueller put out a memo about the “Hatch Act” and since Trump has filed for reelection, everyone in the Administration has been put on notice.

    He has become more than an Opposition researcher and is a Counter-Administration Operative with equal or greater powers.

    To follow a course in the belief “we” elected a Manchurian candidate is to have the belief the dossier if completely valid. Who IS the Russian agent. Who is the one that gave Uranium TO the Russians. Who is the one that had oversight in the sale of US Uranium TO the Russians.

    I suspect it is much more likely Mueller and the typical Government Bureaucrat prefer the status quo in foreign affairs even though it has been a disaster of epic proportions. Trump is upsetting that cart and These people do Not like that and will use the most extreme methods available. It is not just the Intelligence Community that will go after you six ways from Sunday, but the Bureaucracy in total, and Mueller has been part of that for many years.

    These stupid, idiotic bureaucrats better be damn careful how far they push this. What they ARE accomplishing is a great many who are despising this Government. What they feared in the past was an increase in White Separatist anti-Government groups. It was directly because of Government action in Waco and Ruby Ridge that brought about McVeigh and, now, they very well may mobilize an army to action with this “witch hunt”. And THESE jackasses talk about people like Alex Jones, Glenn Beck, and others in their conspiracies. This is far exceeding any conspiracies anyone else has conjured up.

    • I agree completely. This investigation is starting to piss a lot of people off. Don’t doubt me. Mueller is starting to dig up people who barely worked for Trump and only for a short period of time and then were fired. So he’ll find a flaw and indict him so then Nunberg will say anything.

  3. I think that the story is simple. Mueller does not have some silly idea about Trump being a traitor. Mueller was heavily involved in criminal activity, such as covering up Uranium One. Mueller and his associates are in great jeopardy if real investigations begin. Mueller is not going anywhere, he is protecting himself. He will indict Trump in an attempt to remove him. He has very cooperative accomplices named Sessions, Rosenstein, Ryan, McConnell, … all providing him shelter. Trump will have no choice but to act. This is a cat & mouse game. While Mueller tries to come up with something that a judge will not throw out, Trump is weighing his options to take a risk and stop the entire farce. Another counsel would cause a firestorm. Mueller would be forced to act immediately to avoid the barrage of indictments that would follow. Trump must be considering appointing a counsel, despite the protests of the corrupt leaders of his party in congress. If another counsel is appointed Mueller loses him momentum, and any silly charge he comes up with would be ridiculed.

  4. All this falderal causes me to wonder just how good are our ‘intelligence services’.

    I am reticent to back any of these folks because they have chosen politics to make their fortune or to increase their fortune.

    The Mueller ‘crimestoppers’ cabal got its charter because of Sessions and will never end as long as Trump is in office. It shows us the face of what each of us faces should we ever need to be punished by a local, state, or national power to be.

    These are from my collection of ‘best political quotes’:
    “Good intentions will always be pleaded for every assumption of authority. It is hardly too strong to say that the Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men in all ages who mean to govern well, but they mean to govern. They promise to be good masters, but they mean to be masters.” – Daniel Webster (1782-1852).

    “The essence of Government is power; and power, lodged as it must be in human hands, will ever be liable to abuse.” – James Madison (1829).

    “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” – Lord Acton.

  5. It appears my “idea” of Mueller being essentially a “Co-President” has just been confirmed. Mueller has charged Kellyanne Conway in violation of the Hatch Act. Mueller’s efforts are looking more like an individual who is hell-bent on thwarting this Administration. It is becoming more and more clear that Mueller is an “insurance agent”.

    Beginning with Flynn there has been a concerted effort to remove anyone who is effective in the Trump Administration. Conway has been an effective voice and efforts have been mounted to see her removed. Since nothing has succeeded the only person left is the Special Counsel.

    What Nunberg should do is continue his refusal and use that in Court to charge the Special Counsel’s case as Invalid and all current charges rendered moot, since it began with NO criminal violation.

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