BlueCollar reader Sharon G is indignant over the deceptive excerpts of a voice mail conversation that Robert Mueller wrote up in his report (we posted on this earlier).
(Mueller’s selective editing of a voicemail effectively portrayed a lawyer making the call as being deceptive and unethical, editing out the exonerating phrases in the message.)
Lawyers take an oath when they pass the bar exams; they become ‘officers of the court’ (you know, that place where people go to, hopefully, GET JUSTICE when it’s needed).
Sharon writes “I was thinking an email I got today could be selectively edited to make it look like I deliberately committed an act to hurt my grandmother, by such a nasty trick.”
The friend’s email commented on a Facebook posting about her recent mall shopping trip with her elderly grandmother; Sharon used it to expand on the Mueller deception.
Her email read “Hey Sharon, saw your Facebook post on the mall shopping and how your grandmother loved it, getting out and being with family. Looks like you had a great time too, but why did you push your grandmother in that wheelchair on such a long and convoluted route, going down steep stairs, when you could’ve used the elevator?”
Sharon’s edit: “
Hey Sharon, saw your Facebook post on the mall shopping and how your grandmother loved it, getting out and being with family. Looks like you had a great time too, but why did you push your grandmother in that wheelchair on such a long and convoluted route, going down steep stairs when you could’ve used the elevator?”
Context is everything. In volume 2 of the Mueller rpt, pg 121, he selectively omitted key voicemail sections by a Trump lawyer to Flynn’s lawyer, most notably “…if we can…” and “…without you having to give up any confidential information…” that effectively and deliberately paints Trump in a bad light, falsely feeding the ‘obstruction’ narrative.
And we say ‘deliberately’ because there’s no other way to describe the act of editing out such key phrases – sadly, we can predict that more selective editing will be exposed.
Mueller’s ‘officer-of-the-court’ role isn’t as important as officer of the deep-state.
‘Cuz…that’s how they roll.
Mueller’s done it before…he did it again…and he’ll keep doing it until he’s reined in.
Attorney General Barr…are you listening?