(National Sentinel) Smacking the Hacks: You may recall that in February, special counsel Robert Mueller — to great fanfare and much media hype — and his merry band of Democrat prosecutors indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian firms for waging “information warfare” against the U.S., interfering in the 2016 presidential election, and conspiracy to defraud the United States.
Since they are Russians, there’s no doubt that Mueller and the Hillary Clinton-supporting hacks he assembled to unseat our duly-elected POTUS Donald Trump, never thought for one moment any of the individual Russians or companies would ever be brought to trial in America.
The charges magically appeared as Mueller was beginning to face a growing storm of criticism that his collusion case was as thin as budget chicken soup.
But he got a ton of headlines when he announced his indictments.
And he likely believed he could get away with the showmanship while keeping alive the hoax that Team Trump and Moscow got together to “steal the election” from the worst candidate the Democrats have ever fielded, serial criminal Clinton.
Well, did Mueller step on his Johnson over that gambit!
One of the Russian firms, Concord Management, not only elected to show up to face the charges, they entered a not guilty plea — thus beginning the case which will include discovery — the exchange of evidence Mueller says he has against the firm.
As reported by The Daily Caller:
Lawyers for Russian company Concord Management and Consulting, LLC, formally entered a “not guilty” plea in federal court Monday in a case special counsel Robert Mueller probably never thought would happen. …
Mueller may now have to try the case, and Concord’s lawyers have put the special counsel on notice. The Russian company’s lawyers intend to invoke “discovery” to obtain U.S. intelligence about what they knew of Russian activities.
Now, this case is about to get even better.
After Concord Management’s lawyers backhanded Mueller and his tainted crew of Democrats, now they’re taunting them all with a federal court decision from 2011 written by Judge Brett Kavanaugh, POTUS Trump’s latest pick for the Supreme Court.
You just can’t make this stuff up.
As SFGate reported:
A Russian company accused by special counsel Robert Mueller III of being part of an online operation to disrupt the 2016 presidential campaign is leaning in part on a decision by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to argue that the charge against it should be thrown out.
The 2011 decision by Kavanaugh, writing for a three-judge panel, concerned the role that foreign nationals may play in U.S. elections. It upheld a federal law that said foreigners temporarily in the country may not donate money to candidates, contribute to political parties and groups, or spend money advocating for or against candidates. But it did not rule out letting foreigners spend money on independent advocacy campaigns.
Kavanaugh “went out of his way to limit the decision,” said Daniel Petalas, a Washington lawyer and former interim general counsel for the Federal Election Commission.
A motion filed by the Russian company this week repeatedly cites Kavanaugh’s decision, bringing new attention to his rulings on campaign finance laws and regulations during his tenure on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
Insert LMAO emoji here.
Not only are lawyers for Concord Management smacking Mueller’s team around and taunting them, they appear to be sending a signal to the hack prosecutorial team that should any guilty rulings be handed down, they’ll simply be overturned by a SCOTUS that includes Kavanaugh, the author of the ruling negating most of Mueller’s charges.
It gets even better.
The Gateway Pundit reports that the case is assigned to U.S. District Court Judge Dabney Friedrich, who was appointed by President Donald Trump in December of 2017.