Why Robert Mueller was selected to be the Special Prosecutor

So who are the real bad guys? Iran or the Saudi’s? Who was really behind the Khobar Towers killings? And what did Comey and Mueller know and what have they done? Take a minute to look at a long and fascinating article which digs into the deepest bowels of the Deep State. My snippets don’t do the Author justice, but gives you a flavor. What do you think?

Authored by Eric Zuesse,

It all began with the 1996 bombing of the Khobar Towers apartment complex in the Saudi city of Khobar, which killed 19 U.S. military, who worked at the Dharan air base three miles away.

That incident became the lynchpin of the accusation by the Saudi royal family, the U.S. State Department, and the CIA, that Iran is the foremost state sponsor of terrorism.

Both Robert Mueller and his longtime ally James Comey (the latter of whose firing as the FBI chief, by U.S. President Trump, had sparked the appointment of Mueller to become the Special Counsel investigating the U.S. President) performed crucial roles in establishing that the Khobar Towers bombing had been a Hezbollah operation run by the Iranian Government – and, starting upon this basis, in helping to develop the case that Iran “is the foremost state sponsor of terrorism.”

However, as has been made clear by several great independent investigative journalists, on the basis of far more-solid documentation than the official account, the Khobar Towers bombing was instead entirely a fundamentalist-Sunni operation, specifically perpetrated by Al Qaeda, which hates Shia and which also hates America’s military presence in the Middle East. Osama bin Laden’s claim of the bombing’s having been done by Al Qaeda, was, in fact, entirely honest and accurate.

America’s “Deep State,” which extends to Saudi Arabia and to a number of other Governments – it’s an international network – is deeply committed to supporting the fundamentalist-Sunni war to conquer and destroy Shia Islam, and not merely to conquer the leading Shia nation, which is Iran. The U.S. Government has intensely taken a side in the Sunni-Shia religious war. That war is comparable in some respects to the 30 Years’ War (1618-1648) between Catholics and Protestants, which killed an estimated eight million Europeans; and, both the United States and Israel have clearly join with the fundamentalist-Sunni leaders, against Iran, and against Shia generally.


Both Mueller and Comey were high enough “at the top” so as to know what the people below them needed to hide in order to succeed in their careers.

The New York Times’s report, on 15 August 1996, quoted a leading Saudi dissident in London as asserting that, “As far as I know, Prince Nayef is keeping the Americans away from all the details at this point.” This report went on: “In a statement responding to the earlier reports of confessions, Prince Nayef said Saudi Arabia would make an announcement as soon as the investigation is completed. His comments were also viewed as refuting earlier suggestions by Secretary of Defense William J. Perry, who had said that Saudi investigations might point to an Iranian connection.” In other words, at that time (as of August 15th), the U.S. official was suggesting “an Iranian connection” but the Saudi official wasn’t — at least, not yet — and the expectation was that “confessions” would be providing the decisive ‘evidence’. However, these ‘confessions’, in Saudi cases are typically ‘information’ extracted under torture, and, where that fails to obtain the ‘information’ that’s desired by the Government, then threats to destroy the person’s immediate family are applied; so, the Sauds famously usually do get exactly the ‘information’ that they want (regardless of whether it’s true).


In other words: the head of the FBI believed torture-extracted ‘confessions’ as if such would meet U.S. rules of evidence — which they don’t. And coaching of witnesses is likewise prohibited — under U.S. laws.

On 30 May 2013, The Washingtonian headlined “Forged Under Fire — Bob Mueller and Jim Comey’s Unusual Friendship” and Garrett M. Graff reported:

 Although they’d been aware of each other for years, sharing their similar orbits, Comey and Mueller were first brought together professionally by then-FBI director Louis Freeh in the opening days of the Bush administration. … As the Bush administration took office in 2001, Freeh asked Bob Mueller, who was acting as John Ashcroft’s deputy attorney general, to transfer the [Khobar] case to Comey.

When he finally did so, Mueller called Comey with a warning: “Wilma Lewis is going to be so pissed.” Indeed, Lewis blasted the decision, as well as both Freeh and Mueller personally, in a press release, saying the move was “ill-conceived and ill-considered.” But Freeh’s gambit paid off.

Within weeks, Comey had pulled together the indictment. During a National Security Council briefing at the White House, under the watchful gaze of Secretary of State Colin Powell, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, and National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice, Comey presented overwhelming evidence of Iran’s involvement.

On the eve of the expiration of the statute of limitations, fourteen individuals were indicted for the attack. Freeh, who stepped down the next day, said the indictment was “a major step.”

So, Comey and Mueller were brought in by Freeh because Freeh was about to retire and he wanted successors who would be committed to the theory of the case, that Freeh had gotten from Prince Bandar. If Comey and Mueller wouldn’t go along with that torture-extracted ‘testimony’ as ‘evidence’, then their ability to become appointed head the FBI would have been zero. Freeh, Comey, and Mueller are a team – a team that serves the Bushes and the Sauds. But not the American public.

Our continuing war against Iran is due entirely to their crucial assistance. The Deep State appoints such individuals.

Keep reading over at  Zero Hedge

This might be of interest:

Here is the real James Comey – Let’s take a look

21 Responses to “Why Robert Mueller was selected to be the Special Prosecutor”

  1. Always On Watch Says:

    My head hurts.

    And my heart hurts for the country that I love.

    Or maybe I should be typing in “for the country that I loved.

    The web is so intricate and so deep that I can’t see how America will still be standing for much longer — other than in name only, that is!

    Liked by 2 people

    • bunkerville Says:

      The swamp and its creatures having been playing us for decades. The same cast of characters. How and why were these FBI criminals allowed to remain in the Trump Adm. Who was it that supported them?


  2. Laura Bernard Mielcarek Says:

    I disagree completely with Brzezinski. There is no ‘right’ cause over there and God is on no muslim’s side in the ME or anywhere.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Mustang Says:

      Let’s not forget Charlie Wilson, who in the 1980’s used American taxpayer money to create, and then sustain, the very people who attacked the United States in 2001. What filth these people are, and yet we Americans never seem to learn any lessons from the past. God help us!

      Liked by 3 people

  3. Mustang Says:

    The leftist assault upon America is so pervasive than few people today (beyond your readers) even realize its extent. It is multi-faceted, proving that leftists are able to juggle several balls in the air at once. We, on the right, however, are doing good if we can juggle one. As I commented earlier today at Geeez … if you consider the elements of civilization, look to see how many of these are under assault by the left. We are well into the beginning of the end of our America. Note 1: when I use such terms as “American left,” I do mean to include the Bush family and all of their illicit globalist connections that have done little more than enrich themselves at the expense of our Constitutional Republic. Note 2: when I use such expressions as “constitution,” I am talking about that ancient document that has long become irrelevant to our politicians. You know the politicians I mean: those form whom we all voted for in past elections because we thought we could believe anything they told us.

    Liked by 5 people

  4. petermac3 Says:

    …absolute piwer corrupts absolutely. The Trump presidency is nothing more than a pesky fly on the ass of an elephant…or a donkey. The race baiting corporate blackmailing Jesse, I have a scheme, Jackson was right when some years back he said “Get out da Bushes”

    Liked by 3 people

    • Mustang Says:

      Spot on, Peter. Guess who is behind the brouhaha between Hannity (I am no fan of this guy) and the Kuerg coffee maker; Soros. And he’s using “Media Matters” in the same way Jesse Jackson and others employ the Rainbow Push Coalition. I keep asking: why is this not racketeering?

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  5. hocuspocus13 Says:

    …and thus we know why the Bush Family despise Trump

    Liked by 5 people

  6. Simply Linda Says:

    Wow…dirty rotten swamp rat scoundrels. Shaking my head.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

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