Robert Mueller Formally Asks Judge To Deny Paul Manafort’s House Arrest Request

Robert Mueller is the closest thing the American people will ever get to a superhero. This man, with the help of his expert investigative team over at the FBI, are on the verge of saving this entire country from this horribly intolerant, uneducated, wildly inept President, Donald J. Trump. While there’s already been a few articles of impeachment already being brought forth against our current POTUS, the case that Mueller is building up against Donald Trump is proving to be air-tight.

While we’ve all been obsessing over the recent guilty plea offered up by Trump’s former National Security Adviser, Michael Flynn, we’ve forgotten about Paul Manafort. Manafort, Trump’s former campaign manager, was one of the first to get indicted by Robert Mueller and his team.

The information they were able to gain from Manafort, and George Papadopoulos, was incredibly useful, as they since proceeded to land the massive witness, like Michael Flynn. Who, as we just mentioned, has agreed to testify against the entire Trump administration. To say this is a “turning point” in the case, would be a massive understatement. This is HUGE, to say the least.

Paul Manafort recently requested a judge lift his house arrest, but Mueller stepped in and offered up his two cents. Manafort, apparently, recently authored an op-ed piece about the Russian investigation and was planning to publish it. However, in doing so, he would violate many of the legal restrictions that prevent him from publicly discussing the case and/or investigation.

What’s to come from this, we’re yet to see, but chances are the judge will rule in favor of Mueller, who ONLY plays by the rules. The days are numbered for this corrupt administration, and you can tell that dumb ol’ Donny Boy is getting more and more nervous with each passing day. Hope you’re ready for court, you f**king moron!

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