Right-Wing Troll Used His Mom’s Phone to Spread Mueller Sexual Harassment Hoax

Right-Wing Troll Used His Mom’s Phone to Spread Mueller Sexual Harassment Hoax

Right-Wing Troll Used His Mom’s Phone to Spread Mueller Sexual Harassment Hoax

"When we learned last week of allegations that women were offered money to make false claims about the special counsel, we immediately referred the matter to the FBI for investigation", spokesman Peter Carr said in a statement to the media Tuesday. The report also says journalists tipped off the special counsel to the scheme after they were told about it by a woman who said she was offered the cash.

Jack Burkman, a lawyer and Republican operative who has in the past promoted right-wing conspiracies on social media, told Reuters he was speaking to five women who claimed they were sexually assaulted by Mueller, and denied paying them for the information.

The office of special counsel Robert Mueller, which is investigating Russian interference into the 2016 United States presidential election, has confirmed to DW that it recently referred a case involving a potential campaign to discredit Mueller to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

She told reporters she had worked with Mueller, who previously served as FBI Director, as a paralegal at the law firm of Pillsbury, Madison, and Sutro n 1974. Mueller, she said, "was always very polite" and "never inappropriate".

Mueller has been under attack from Trump and his conservative allies since assuming control of the Russian Federation probe in 2017.

This is a developing story and will be updated. She says she received that email October 22.

Despite the Tuesday drama, Jack Burkman has promised to host a press conference on Thursday to unveil an accuser of Mr Mueller regardless. "The only time I've seen him is on TV", she said in an interview with VTDigger. "My first thought was, 'I've never met Robert Mueller.' So, initially, I thought maybe I should email this person back and say, 'You know, I haven't met him, have a nice day'".

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They also got a threatening phone call from someone who said he worked at "Surefire Intelligence", a firm that NBC News reports is connected with disgraced hedge fund manager and Gateway Pundit writer Jacob Wohl.

Wohl is now claiming his role as "founder" of Surefire Intelligence, which had become the subject of mockery after journalists discovered that the LinkedIn profiles of a number of individuals claiming to be firm employees had profile photos poached from models, actors and stock photo images.

"I gave Burkman a call".

Surefire Intelligence was incorporated in DE less than three weeks ago, according to online records, and describes itself as "a private intel agency that designs and executes bespoke solutions for businesses and individuals who face complex business and litigation challenges".

Christensen told the woman he represented Burkman, who is a registered GOP lobbyist and infamous for perpetuating a debunked conspiracy theory that Hillary Clinton was responsible for the 2016 death of Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich.

"Mueller is a bad guy, not just because of what he does in the courtroom, but because of what he does outside of the courtroom", Burkman said.

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