Drain The Swamp
If you’ve ever wanted to know what the phrase “drain the swamp” really means, well, here it is. Robert Mueller was John Kerry’s teammate and captain of the Lacrosse team in high school. They also were teammates on the Hockey team and Soccer team. And it wasn’t at just any old public school.
According to the U.K. Daily Mail, Robert Swan Mueller III and John Kerry went to the exclusive St. Paul’s boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire. Annual cost of attendance per year in 2018 is Sixty-thousand dollars.
Robert Mueller and John Kerry are old classmates. The Swamp is DEEP. The former secretary of state and presidential candidate John Kerry is in the upper left, and Robert Mueller the former FBI director and current special counsel is in the lower center.
The contrast with Trump’s childhood is interesting. It is not the difference between wealth and poverty, but between the son of a scrappy hard working self-made man from Queens and the son’s of establishment insiders.
The list of St. Paul’s alumni is impressive. On it are numerous former members of Congress, including John Kerry; newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst ; “Doonesbury” cartoonist Garry Trudeau; Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox; former New York City Mayor John Lindsay; Cornelius Vanderbilt III, John Jacob Astor IV and former FBI Director and Russian Collusion Investigator Robert Mueller.
This photo says so much about the swamp that words cannot. This photo represents just a small part of the constellation of interconnected bureaucrats which has run Washington since time immemorial. Kerry and Mueller both wield an unbelievable amount of power.
And now one of them is trying to undermine President Trump’s cancelling the Iran Nuclear deal, while the other is leading an investigation into unproven allegations that Trump colluded with Russia to win the 2016 Presidential Election.
This is a perfect example of why American’s voted to drain the swamp in 2016. The swamp, is a living, breathing thing — and it’s fighting back.
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