Holy shazam! We’re now wondering if ANY of Robert Mueller’s investigative team are without ties to the Obama-Clinton political machine.
Now comes one more among the handful of DOJ cronies in the last week associated with the Russia collusion investigation who also are revealed to be hacks for Hillary.
This time it’s top FBI agent Aaron Zebley, who also is the attorney represented Justin Cooper in the congressional investigation into Hillary’s server scandal.
Who is Justin Cooper you ask?
Oh, nobody special…except that he’s the insider who coordinated the setup for Hillary’s private email server, to whom the domain clinton email dot com is registered and the man who handed the ball over to infamous server tech Bryan Pagliano.
So what’s a Hillary IT guy doing at the FBI and why is he also associated with Robert Mueller? Inquiring minds want to know.
But hey, Mueller’s buddies insist he’s running a completely above-board, apolitical investigation.
Nothing to see here; moving right along.
Here’s more from Redstate…
Last night, Fox ran a story on another inexplicable (just joking) personnel decision made by special counsel Robert Mueller. This one is of Aaron Zebley, a former FBI agent with very close ties to Robert Mueller. It involves his representation of a key figure in the Hillary Clinton email investigation, a Hillary Clinton crony named Justin Cooper. This is the Wikipedia entry:
Cooper was one of the key persons that help administer Hillary’s private email server. Hillary’s private server as been part of an ongoing Federal investigation. The internet domain, clintonemail.com, was registered to Cooper, not the Clintons, while she was secretary of state. The domain was registered by Cooper before Hillary became secretary of state on January 21, 2009. Hillary used the email, [email protected], on her private server while secretary of state, rather than use a dot gov account for all of her secretary of state work. Cooper had no US security clearance or expertise in computer security. Cooper also helped the Clintons with other tech support. Later, Bryan Pagliano, the former IT director for Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign, was hired to maintain their private email server while Clinton was secretary of state, while the domain was still registered to Cooper.
And the from the New York Times:
An aide to Bill Clinton, Justin Cooper, who helped set up the server, told the F.B.I. that he recalled “two instances where he destroyed Clinton’s old mobile devices by breaking them in half or hitting them with a hammer.”