If you are a die hard supporter of President Trump, as most of our readers are, we have some good news and some bad news for you regarding the FBI raid on the office of one of President Trump’s personal attorneys, Michael Cohen, on Monday.
On one hand, if special counselor Robert Mueller, aka the Witch Hunter, is wasting his time, and our taxpayer resources, on chasing leads on the porn star that President Trump “possibly” slept with, ten years before the election, then that means his whole eight month investigation has produced nothing but nothingburgers, which is, no doubt, the case.
On the other hand, if Mueller is low enough to do this, then it proves that this has all been a colossal “Witch Hunt” and that Mueller is determined to charge the President with something, regardless of the fact that the “Russian collusion” turned out to be virtually nonexistent.
According to The New York Daily Report:
FBI agents raided the Manhattan office of President Trump’s longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen on Monday, reportedly confiscating records relating to a payment he made to porn star Stormy Daniels.
Federal prosecutors got a search warrant for Cohen’s office after receiving a referral from special counsel Robert Mueller, according to Cohen’s lawyer, Stephen Ryan.
Ryan said the search was not directly correlated to Mueller’s probe into Russian election meddling, but likely relates to information his team had uncovered and flagged for prosecutors in New York.
The raid was “completely inappropriate and unnecessary,” Ryan said in a statement, adding that it “resulted in the unnecessary seizure of protected attorney client communications between a lawyer and his clients.”
Cohen facilitated a $130,000 payment to Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, in exchange for her silence about a tryst she had with Trump in 2006, according to court records.
Late breaking reports from FOX News also indicate that the FBI also raided Cohen’s hotel suite he is living in, and seized multiple documents from his abode.