The cleanup artist

There a connection appears to have surfaced between the convicted billionaire Jeffrey Epstein and the ex-FBI Director, Special Investigator Robert Mueller, aka Swampy D. McSwampenstein. The middle initial, one presumes, stands for Deep.

Now, in light of the recent miscarriage of justice in the Epstein case, documents that surfaced over the summer have again reemerged. The docs show that Special Counsel Robert Mueller may have personally intervened in the FBI’s investigation of billionaire pedophile, striking a deal that allowed him to avoid prosecution.

According to a series of bombshell FBI documents that were first made public in May, known child predator Epstein had a professional relationship with then-FBI Director Robert Mueller. “Epstein has also provided information to the FBI as agreed upon,” says one of the FBI documents. “Case agent advised that no federal prosecution will occur in this matter as long as Epstein continues to uphold his agreement with the state of Florida.

According to True Pundit, Twitter sleuth @Techno_Fog mined an interesting gem from the files, showing that Epstein likely served as an informant to the FBI.Robert Mueller’s FBI in 2008.

This wouldn’t be the first time that someone convicted of underage-sex-related crimes had most of the charges mysteriously disappear without explanation on Mueller’s watch.

Robert Mueller’s name appears on the agreement in his capacity as U.S. Attorney, as well as on the original indictment. He would have been responsible for signing off on the deal, which is remarkably favorable given the quantity of material discovered in the reclusive Asimov’s Sonoma County home. Since summaries of these court documents appeared online, people have been asking just how responsible Mueller was for the terms.

Despite possessing thousands of images of underage children, David Asimov pled guilty to just two counts of possessing illegal images and received no jail time. Instead, he was given probation, told not to drink alcohol, and asked to pay a $200 fine.

These Houdini-esque legal escapes may explain the seemingly bizarre video released by Kevin Spacey the other day. Anonymous Conservative suggests that Spacey is looking for a similar rescue from whoever helped Epstein and Asimov escape justice.

I know what you want. Oh, sure they may have tried to separate us; but what we have is too strong, it’s too powerful. I mean, after all, we shared everything, you and I. I told you my deepest, darkest secrets. I showed you exactly what people are capable of. I shocked you with my honesty, but mostly I challenged you and made you think.

He’s confirming he’s been asked to flip and that he knows how desperately they want him silenced. He maintains that he prefers the company of the cabal, where he’s able to express the darkest parts of himself and reminding them that he knows (or even may have evidence of) all their most vile acts.

And you trusted me, even though you knew you shouldn’t. So, we’re not done no matter what anyone says; and besides…I know what you want. You want me back. Of course some believed everything and have just been waiting on baited breath to hear me confess it all. They’re just dying to have me declare that everything said is true, and I got what I deserve. Wouldn’t that be easy? If it were all so simple? Only you and I both know it’s never that simple…not in politics and not in life.

He’s taunting them with a reminder that they know he’s motivated by self-preservation, and yet their trusted him with their secrets. It’s a threat that he is willing and able to snitch or testify, and is getting a lot of pressure or incentive to do so. But it’s not a done deal.

But you wouldn’t believe the worst without evidence, would you? You wouldn’t rush to judgements without facts…would you?—Did you? No, not you; you’re smarter than that. Anyway, all this presumption made for such an unsatisfying ending. And to think it could’ve been such a memorable send off! I mean if you and I learn nothing else these past years, is (it is in life and art) nothing should be off “the table”. We weren’t afraid, not of what we said and not of what We did and We’re still not afraid.

He’s telling them that stories of his flipping are only rumors, and he can still decide either way. He chastises them for throwing him under the bus when he was willing to fight all the way with them.

We have no need to ask why the most wicked prosper. We know. But it is galling all the same.