By Gordon Duff with Gene “Chip” Tatum

Robert Swan Mueller III has been the go to man when secrets go awry. Recruited as a CIA asset in Vietnam as an member of the Phoenix Project it was embedded in him that there are No Borders, No Limits, No Restrictions, and No Repercussions.

With these standards ingrained in his persona, Mueller became an invaluable asset in protecting what today is called “The Deep State”. When the need arises, invariably the Deep State Handlers call on “The Mule”

Editor’s note: What Chip tells me, it was Mueller and new Atty General (appointee) Bob Barr that kept CIA drug trafficking alive and well for so many years. 

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  1. JohnZ, you’re right on all you mentioned.
    problem is, if in that world if you want to own a business on drugs, you must make deals with:
    colombian and mexican cartels
    italian mafia
    italian camorra
    italian ndrangheta
    russian drug lords
    afghanistan all (talibans, government, alqaida, etc.)
    Thailand drug lords
    Turkey drug lords
    .. and so on…
    while Cia and national american agencies making deals with that good people, they must also corrupt american justice, american government officials, police, and they can count on army, air force, navy

    in spite at having many private agencies under their orders!!!

  2. Mueller’s list of cover up investigations is startling, really eye opening for even guys like me who have no contact with the inner workings of things. His name connects with Whitey Bugler, anthrax, 911, and so many others whitewashed matters of national import. It is reasonable to expect him to be nominated one day to
    the Supreme Court. That’s generally how they repay.

  3. Why not legalize and regulate drugs like we do with alcohol? How about the lessons of prohibition? Wouldn’t this be the intelligent thing to do? Prices would instantly drop there by ending the incentive for the drug criminals even in Mexico and coming here soon. Look at the dirty needle problem in San Francisco and many other places. How about over use of anti biotics treating aids and related sexually transmitted diseases? Are not the consequences of not legalizing much worse than the consequences of legalizing? How about police corruption? People are going to do drugs despite the penalties. Read the Op Ed “Let Those Dopers Be” by former 30+ year police veteran Norm Stamper in the Los Angeles Times, 2005. Isn’t it very likely all the whores in Congress and Trump are on dope? What other explanation for their bizarre criminal immoral and traitorous behavior? All the vices drugs, prostitution and gambling should be legalized and regulated because it is going on anyway. Virtually all so called “sports” are fixed by gambling interests.

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