Anti-Trump bias at FBI a fatal flaw of Mueller investigation

The credibility of Robert Mueller's Russian collusion investigation of Donald Trump took two huge hits in the last 24 hours, as it is now an open question whether the FBI can conduct an unbiased probe into the allegations against the president. First, it's been revealed that one of Mueller's chief investigators was fired for exchanging anti-Trump texts with a mistress who is a top lawyer in the bureau.  Peter Strzok, a former deputy director for counterintelligence at the FBI was removed earlier this year and now, the inspector general is looking into other "politically sensitive cases" that Strzok was involved in, including the Hillary Clinton email investigation. Strzok was also FBI liaison with the CIA. Also, House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes  issued an angry letter to the FBI demanding to know why he and his committee were kept in the dark about the firing of Strzok. Taken together, the picture that emerges of the Mueller...(Read Full Post)