A state lawmaker in Louisiana says Robert Mueller is a high-ranking official and "Deep State" operative whose decades-old involvement in corruption and multiple cover-ups makes him unfit to serve as special counsel.
The murder last week of James "Whitey" Bulger, the Boston gangster, in prison made a bit of splash in the headlines. Meanwhile, Louisiana State Senator John Milkovich (D) believes Mueller – lead investigator into the allegations of "Russian collusion" by President Donald J. Trump – may have aided the cover-up of Bulger's decades-old mob-style antics.
In Washington, Mueller is often described as "an on-time, button down, pressed white shirt, by-the-book, Eagle Scout, straight arrow," according to Milkovich, a member of the State Senate since 2015. He tells OneNewsNow that "the mainstream media and the powerful politicians have almost been in a competition to outdo each other, heaping praises on Robert Mueller."
Despite Mueller's rapport with the Washington elite, Milkovich suggests the former FBI director has been "an architect and willing accomplice to governmental corruption, chicanery, deception and cover-ups for at least the last 30 years." Furthermore, he says Mueller "is an ever-willing instrument of Deep State dissimulation and has been head-plunged up to his elbows in corruption and covering up."
"One example: Robert Mueller served as an assistant U.S. attorney and as a U.S. attorney in Boston right in the middle of the homicidal reign of the James 'Whitey Bulger' gang," Milkovich points out. "These mafioso reigned and perpetrated multiple murders in Boston between 1975 and 1994."
Milkovich states "more recently, journalists and investigative reporters have discovered and exposed that the Irish Mafia in Boston were being protected. Not only were they not prosecuted, they were literally being protected by the FBI." He asserts that multiple murders were committed and there is evidence some FBI officers were ingrained in the Boston Mafia, "helping in the commission or cover up of murders."
"Where was Robert Mueller?" Milkovich asks – then answers his own question: he was "in the middle of the Mafia control of Boston ... an FBI-protected Mafia gang called the 'Whitey' Bulger gang." Milkovich emphasizes that Mueller "was working for the U.S. Department of Justice right in the chronological epicenter of their reign of terror.
"And what did he do about it? He didn't do a thing – didn't raise a finger, didn't blow a whistle, didn't prosecute, indict, convict, or go after any of the people who were involved in Whitey Bulger's gang or the FBI agents who were protecting and covering up and participating in his crimes."
In 2007, Milkovich says Mueller was questioned about the time period. "You are one of the top law enforcement officials in America," he imparts. "You, in the 1980s, were right smack in the middle of a homicidal heyday of the Whitey Bulger gang and government protection of his activities."
In his book, Robert Mueller – Errand Boy for the New World Order, Milkovich describes how Mueller responded.
"I think the public should recognize that what happened, happened years ago,'" Milkovich concludes. "In other words, he didn't even try to defend it. His inaction and his silence on this very brazen public corruption that was happening in very city which he was U.S. attorney are very indicative of his career."