How did Mueller manage to indict an imaginary defendant? Robert Mueller might be the most incompetent law enforcement official ever. He makes the Broward County Sheriff’s Department look like Sherlock Holmes. This mistake might even top the time he arrested an innocent man for anthrax terrorism because two dogs wagged their tails. Defense attorney:

“And the reason for that, Your Honor, is I think we’re dealing with a situation of the government indicting the proverbial ham sandwich. That company didn’t exist as a legal entity during the time period alleged by the government.”

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Mule face is trying to keep the swamp dwellers happy and create shit where there is no shit, except in the minds of the dip shits. It does indeed prove one thing. A prosecutor can indeed indict a ham sandwich. In this case more like a shit sandwich

Not so silent

The longer this idiot wastes taxpayer money, the dumber he looks..Some one needs to investigate him and slap his unethical liberal ass in a prison cell next to McCabe, Comey and Rosenstein.

Joe Redfield

There is some serious incompetence at work here, along with the Ahab-like zeal of Mueller to harpoon the Great White President.