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The following is an analysis of the 53 questions based on the version published by Fox News in their on-site report of the alleged “45 Mueller Questions” published by the New York Times from a leak that has not been challenged by Robert Swan Mueller III Chief Counsel for the “Russia, Russia, Russia!” investigation.

Where the investigation was defined as one to determine if there was illegal collusion, corroboration or action between Russian government agents and the Trump 2016 Presidential Campaign organization to influence or rig the election an empirical analysis is possible.  Nontheless, our analysis is subjective, by definition, but we feel valid as the four classes have been carefully designed and sincerely applied.

From this we conclude:  Only 38% of the questions are “Valid” or “Maybe Valid” thus the questionnaire is insincere and beyond the defined limits of the inquiry.  The analysis of 53 Questions yielded the following outcome:

VAL = Valid 13,  MAY = Maybe  7, NOT = Not Valid,  27,  RID = Ridiculous 6 and the questions, with our classifications are:

  1. What is your knowledge of calls that Gen. Flynn made with [former Russian ambassador Sergei] Kislyak late December 2016? VAL
  2. What is your reaction to press accounts Jan. 12, 2017, Feb. 8-9 2017? RID
  3. What did you think and what did you know regarding Sally Yates’ meetings on Jan 26-27 regarding Gen. Flynn? MAY
  4. How was the decision made to request the resignation of Gen. Flynn on Feb. 13? NOT
  5. What was the purpose of the meeting with James Comey on Feb. 14 after the Homeland Security briefing? MAY
  6. What did you say to Comey about Gen. Flynn? NOT
  7. What did you think and what did you do about the Comey June 8, 2017 testimony regarding Gen. Flynn? NOT
  8. After Gen. Flynn resigned, what calls or efforts were made by people associated with you to reach out to Gen. Flynn or to discuss Flynn seeking immunity or possible pardon? NOT
  9. What was the President’s view of James Comey during the Transition with respect to job performance? NOT
  10. What did the President think and do in reaction to James Comey’s  briefing on January 6, including the intelligence community assessment? NOT
  11. What was the President’s reaction to Comey when they met alone regarding what they called other ICA matters (the Steele Dossier)? Also, what was discussed [regarding] ancillary reports? NOT
  12. What was the purpose of the Jan. 27 dinner meeting you had with Comey? MAY
  13. Was loyalty discussed? Did you communicate with Comey concerning his status at the end of the dinner? What was your knowledge of the Gen. RID
  14. What did you think and what did you do in reaction to the Comey testimony on March 20 before House Intel Committee? MAY
  15. Describe outreach to Intel chiefs [Mike] Rogers, [Mike] Pompeo, and [Dan] Coates? NOT
  16. What did you say to them? NOT
  17. What was the purpose of the reach-out on March 22, 25 and 27? MAY
  18. What was the purpose of your calls to Comey on March 30 and April 11?  MAY
  19. What was the purpose of your statement to Maria Bartiromo on April 11, 2017? NOT
  20. What did you think and what did you do regarding the May 3 Comey testimony before the Senate Intel Committee? NOT
  21. Regarding the decision to terminate Comey, when was it made, why was it made, who on your staff played a role in decision, and how was it determined to make it public? NOT
  22. What did you mean to communicate during your May 10 meeting with Kislyak and [Sergey] Lavrov (concerning ‘pressure off’ and ‘nutcase’)? NOT
  23. What did you mean regarding your statements to Lester Holt regarding Comey and Russia? MAY
  24. What was the purpose of May 12 tweet that Comey better hope there are no tapes? NOT
  25. What was the purpose of the September and October press statements, including tweets, regarding an investigation of Comey? Also, Sarah Sanders statements regarding same? NOT
  26. What was the reason for your continued criticism of Comey and McCabe, even till today? NOT
  27. What did you think and what did you do regarding AG Sessions recusal? NOT

30, What efforts did you make to try to get him to change his mind and reverse? NOT

  1. Did you have a discussion about whether the AG was going protect him and reference other AG’s? VAL
  2. What did you think and what did you do in reaction to the news of the appointment of the Special Counsel? – Including your reaction to AG  Session’s resignation? NOT
  3. What was the purpose of holding AG Sessions resignation until May 31 and with whom did you discuss it? NOT
  4. What did you think and what did you do in reaction to the June 20, 2017 determination that the SC was speaking to Rogers, Pompeo and Coates? NOT
  5. What consideration and discussion did you have regarding terminating the Special Counsel in June of 2017?  NOT
  6. What did you think and do in reaction to January 25, 2018 story about the termination of the Special Counsel and Don [McGahn] backing you off of the termination? NOT
  7. What discussions did you have with Reince Priebus in July 2017 about obtaining the Sessions resignation? NOT
  8. With whom did you discuss obtaining the AG’s resignation? NOT
  9. What was the purpose of the public criticism of Sessions via tweets during July 2017? NOT
  10. On the June 9, 2016 meeting at Trump Tower between campaign associates and Russian figures: What did you think and what did you know about the June 9, 2016 meeting in Trump Tower and that it might be disclosed? NOT
  11. What involvement did you have in the communication strategy regarding the June 9, 2016 Trump Tower meeting and the release of Don Jr.’s emails concerning same? VAL
  12. What interaction and communication did you have with Michael Cohen, Felix Sater, and others, including foreign nationals, regarding real estate developments in Russia during the period of the campaign? VAL
  13. During a 2013 trip to Russia, what communication and relationships did you have with the Agalarovs and any Russian government officials? VAL
  14. What discussions did you have during the campaign regarding any meeting with Putin? VAL
  15. What discussions did you have during the campaign regarding US Sanctions toward Russia? RID
  16. Did you discuss either meeting with Putin or US sanctions with others? RID
  17. What knowledge did you have regarding the June 9 Trump Tower meeting? When did you become aware of the meeting? VAL
  18. What knowledge or involvement did you have concerning platform changes regarding arming Ukraine? RID
  19. During the campaign, what knowledge or information did you have regarding Russian hacking, use of social media or other acts aimed at the campaign?  VAL
  20. What knowledge did you have of any outreach by members or former members of your campaign to Russia offering potential assistance to the campaign? NOTE: specifically mentioned [Paul] Manafort. VAL
  21. What knowledge did you have of communication with or regarding Roger Stone, persons associated with Roger Stone, Julian Assange, or Wikileaks? VAL
  22. What knowledge did you have during the Transition of an attempt to establish back channel communications to Russia and efforts by Jared Kushner regarding same? VAL
  23. What knowledge do you have of a 2017 meeting in Seychelles regarding Erik Prince of Blackwater? VAL
  24. 9054. What knowledge do you have of a Ukrainian peace proposal provided to Michael Cohen in 2017? RID

Conclusions:  We feel this document proves beyond doubt the Mueller investigation was ill-conceived as no crime was committed per legislation calling for it.  The questions asking, “What did you think?” are totally out of bounds as the inquiry is about actions.  Where the commission of crimes is concerned with actions and many of these questions were of “knowledge” we felt all such questions should have been disqualified, but we allowed them as they were at least on the subject.  A more rigorous analysis would disqualify them and the valid questions would approach zero.

iPatriot Contributers


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