Elder Patriot – In criminal law, entrapment is a practice whereby a law enforcement agent induces a person to commit a criminal offense that the person would have otherwise been unlikely or unwilling to commit.
Take the case of Robert Mueller’s latest witness, George Nader, for example, who is the latest target the special counsel has interviewed in his extended fishing expedition.
Nader apparently met with “senior White House” officials at some point in the nascent Trump presidency. Considering the number of anti-Trump, Deep State, establishment-globalists who had wormed their way into the White House early in his administration, absent the names of the senior officials Nader met with, the fact that he was in the White House says nothing about Trump but more about those persons who may or may not have been briefed on who he was.
Here’s what we do know about Nader.
According to court records, George Nader, was indicted in 1985 on charges of importing to the United States obscene material, including photos of nude boys “engaged in a variety of sexual acts.” And in 2003 he was convicted on 10 counts of sexually abusing underage boys in the Czech Republic.
So Mueller is using a convicted pedophile to go after Donald Trump. It’s a serious charge for a president to be associating with a known pedophile, don’t you think?
But here are the pictures that prove the president’s association with Nader:
Bill Clinton pictured with George Nader (right)
Ricardo Cheaz, Bill Clinton, George Nader, José Calzada, Rolando Gonzalez Bunster
The pictures were reportedly taken in January of 2017 only days before Trump took the oath of office. Could these two pedophile dirtbags be discussing a scheme to entrap Trump?
We know the long knives had been out for president-elect Trump much earlier than that so what is it Mueller hopes to prove by using the testimony of a Clinton pedopal?
First Hillary pays for a phony dossier and now Bill arranges for his pedopal to give Mueller dirt on Trump.
Is Mueller really going to rely on criminals colluding with criminals to bring charges against President Trump? That strategy didn’t turn out well for Andrew McCabe and it’s not likely to turn out any better for Mueller.