Mueller Deputy Was Ben Rhodes Personal Attorney Immediately Before Joining Witch Hunt


One of Robert Mueller’s deputies in the Russia collusion matter was Ben Rhodes personal attorney immediately before she was recruited by Robert Mueller.

Ben Rhodes, Obama’s deputy national security adviser and brother to the president of CBS News, mocked journalists and the stupid American people who fell for his carefully orchestrated lies as he was on his way out the door last year.

He was referencing his lies about the Iran nuclear deal at the time. The White House consciously created an “echo chamber” of experts and commentators to shape the public’s perception of the Iran deal.

Rhodes was denied security clearance in 2008 and was a person of interest in the unmasking of Trump campaign officials. Questions about these issues were never answered publicly.

A former creative writing major, Rhodes was a hard-left partisan in the White House with sympathies towards Iran.  His personal attorney was Jeannie Rhee, another partisan who also formerly worked in the Obama Justice Department as deputy assistant attorney general in the office of legal counsel. She gave advice to Obama on policy matters.

Rhee also represented the Clinton Foundation and donated $9,000 to Hillary and other Democrats, Laura Ingraham said.

Laura Ingraham also said Rhee worked in private practice with Andrew Weissman, an attorney also serving as a deputy and who sent a partisan email to a former top DoJ official — Sally Yates. He unabashedly praised her for disobeying the President’s order on the travel ban.

That information about Rhee comes in at about 04:18:


Heavy reported about the most compromised officials on the Mueller team.

  • Andrew Weissmann: Weissmann is a Barack Obama and Democratic campaign donor, according to federal records. “Weissmann, who led the Enron investigation, previously gave $2,300 to Obama’s first presidential campaign in 2008 and $2,000 to the Democratic National Committee in 2006
  • Jeannie Rhee: donated $5,400 to Hillary Clinton in 2015 and 2016, according to FEC records. The records show she gave $2,500 each to Obama for America and Obama Victory Fund 2012 in 2011
  • Andrew Goldstein: According to Fox News, “Goldstein contributed a combined $3,300 to Obama’s campaigns in 2008 and 2012”
  • Greg Andres: FEC records show that Andres has donated at least $2,700 to Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY)
  • James Quarles: Donated thousands of dollars to the campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. He has also donated money recently to other Democrats, including Friends of Chuck Schumer and two other Democrats. He has a lengthy donation history dating back years. He did donate to two Republicans over the years, however.
  • Elizabeth Prelogar: A former law clerk to Justics Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagen, gave $250 to Hillary Clinton in 2016, according to FEC records. She also gave $500 total to Obama for America and the Obama Victory Fund 2012.
  • Brandon Van Grack: gave small amounts to ActBlue, an effort to raise money for Democrats, and to a Democratic candidate for Congress in 2012. In 2008, he gave about $286 to Barack Obama.
  • Rush Atkinson: donated $200 to Clinton’s campaign in 2016.
  • Kyle Freeny: In 2012, Freeny gave $300 to Obama. In 2008, Freeny also gave $250 to Obama, FEC records show.

There are no pro-Trump supporters on the team.

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5 years ago

Is Wray even competent to do his job. Apparently he is incapable of doing ANYTHING unless “guided” by the Inspector General. He sounds more like he doesn’t want to “spill the beans” just in case the IG doesn’t find out certain specifics. In this way, if damaging results aren’t uncovered they WILL stay hidden and any further oversight will disappear.

5 years ago

We have heard about how the possibility of Intelligence Agencies may have “dirt” on Government officials. Maybe it’s a bit more subtle than that. Many in Government have to pass “security checks” and the FBI does those checks. The result is “raw data” that is never released but undoubtedly still kept on file. It can be said there may be details that aren’t corroborated and could very well be outright falsehoods. Therefore could the FBI be confronting opponents with That information as a method of coercion. Considering reports of rampant sexual harassment and its subsequent coverup we can assume the FBI is using raw data to subvert their illicit activities. Even the newly appointed Wray is thwarting Any oversight by Congressional Committees. What does the Agency have on Wray.

Flotmorton P Gildersleeve
Flotmorton P Gildersleeve
5 years ago

It is time to hang out the laundry. Mueller had a clear conflict of interest, he was involved in the investigation of the Uranium One and the multiple criminal acts committed. Rosenstein has a clear conflict of interest, having been involved in the same mess and other cover ups. I am an independent who sadly voted for Osama Obama’s re-election but supported Pres. Trump. As a trained lawyer, I can say that we need to put persons who have no previous involvement in corrupt acts in charge of these investigations. I watched the comments by the politically motivated Democrats, questions of FBI Director Christopher Wray, and it sickens me to see that no one is willing to do the right thing: “High diddle diddle, right up the middle”.
Can you believe that Andrew McCabe, who stated at a meeting of FBI supervisors: “First we’ll F _ _ k Flynn, and then we’ll F _ _ K Trump!!” is still in ANY POSITION OF RESPONSIBILITY AT THE FBI???!!
Aren’t there any Americans who want to see EQUAL JUSTICE APPLIED??!!
As much as I support my former fellow Marine Officers, I sadly cannot support Mueller who was involved in the very situations which they are now “INVESTIGATIONS” ??!! Come ooooon Bob, resign before you are a witness in your own investigation.

Louis Brtrand
Louis Brtrand
5 years ago

Dey all be crooked

5 years ago

We can see that Christopher Wray is no different than Comey and Mueller. At the hearing he opens with his glowing description of the FBI and ALL its personnel. Wray admits he had worked with Comey and has a high regard for him. No doubt the camaraderie between coworkers runs strong.

As a typical bureaucrat there always seems to be the evasiveness in answering legitimate questions. When one hides behind secrecy in regards to an IG investigation, which is not criminal in nature, but merely operational inquiries there is no reason for hesitating to answer. This hesitation is more likely the avoidance of embarrassment.

We have reached a point in time whereby there is a complete lack of oversight in all areas of Government agencies. This is bureaucracy run amok. At all levels we have Government personnel that believe they are beyond scrutiny and even display such arrogance in front of Congressional Committees.

Jim Jordan was the ONLY one who confronted Wray and lays out the scenario that Strzok was the ONE who took the case to the FISA court using the dossier as the evidence. Wray wants to assert that it is only the Intelligence Committees that have oversight in the matter. The Chairman had to instruct him that this Judicial Committee has oversight FOR the FISA court. Wray has refused to give the information the FBI used in order to seek a FISA warrant.

It should be noted that the FBI also refused information from Judicial Watch regarding any communications of the Clinton/Lynch tarmac meeting. It wasn’t until they were “caught” that they decided to produce the information.