Dr. Jerome Corsi, Ph.D., a conservative author and investigative journalist who has been critical of special counsel Robert Mueller’s never-ending investigation, has now become a target.
Earlier this month, Corsi, a longtime associate of Roger Stone, a personal friend of POTUS Donald Trump, posted a video in which he predicted that he would be indicted by Mueller. About 10 days later, reports said that Corsi was in plea negotiations with Mueller on a charge of lying to federal prosecutors.
But Corsi abruptly rejected Mueller’s plea deal earlier this week, saying, “They can put me in jail for the rest of my life. I am not going to sign a lie.”
He has since announced, via Twitter, that he has hired an additional legal counsel — Larry Klayman — and intends to instruct his legal team to file a criminal complaint with acting Attorney General Matthew Whittaker, claiming that Mueller and his team were engaged in “prosecutorial misconduct.”
“I have retained attorney Larry Klayman to assist David Gray in my defense. In a memo to my attorneys, I have instructed Klayman and Gray to file with Acting AG Whitaker a criminal complaint against Mueller’s Special Counsel and the DOJ for prosecutorial misconduct in my case,” he wrote.
Much of what Corsi is alleging is contained in his new book, “Silent No More: How I Became a Political Prisoner to Mueller’s Witch Hunt.” The book reportedly details, in first-person, the special counsel’s “inquisition” of him involving more than 40 hours of intense questioning over a two-month period. (Related: Roger Stone produces text messages to support his claims that Randy Credico was his backchannel for Wikileaks’ 2016 Hillary email disclosures.)
As The Gateway Pundit noted, One America News’ Jack Posobiec tweeted a “breaking” story regarding Mueller’s questioning of Corsi, namely that the 72-year-old conservative author was coerced by the special counsel to “undergo regressive memory therapy techniques” so that he could ‘remember’ a meeting with Russians that he does not believe ever happened.
“BREAKING: FBI and Mueller team coerced 72-year-old Jerome Corsi to undergo regressive memory therapy techniques during interrogation to “remember” a meeting with Russians in Italy that Corsi was adamant never happened,” Posobiec tweeted.
Further, John Cardillo of Newsmax TV’s “America Talks Live” interviewed Corsi on Wednesday, in which he assured the host that the president is spot-on to call the Mueller probe a “witch hunt.”
“Earlier on my @newsmax show I asked @jerome_corsi if he believes that #Mueller and his team are coercing witnesses, including Corsi himself, into providing false testimony,” Cardillo tweeted. “Corsi’s answer, ‘100 percent YES…’”
During his Newsmax interview, Corsi said he was threatened with jail time often during his 40-hour Q & A with Mueller and his team, which convinced him that much of the Justice Department is being run by “criminals” who are attempting to bring down POTUS Trump any way they can.
When it came to his plea deal, for instance, Mueller “wouldn’t write any of it down,” preferring instead to just relay the conditions verbally to David Gray, his attorney. He also said that neither he nor his attorney were given access to “the charging documents.”
“They didn’t want anyone to know about it,” he said. “It’s all supposed to be secret. In fact, when I did plead guilty, it was all going to be under seal.”
Americans who still believe that ranking members of the Justice Department are not corrupt and not working in tandem to protect their fiefdoms of power from a president who has vowed to “drain the swamp” need to face reality. We have two systems of justice: One for the elite and one for the rest of us.
Read more about Robert Mueller’s corrupt witch hunt at RobertMueller.news.