The Biden campaign has quietly canceled a fundraiser headlined by Andrew Weissman - former special counsel Robert Mueller's 'attack dog' lawyer who hand-picked the so-called '13 angry Democrats.'
Weissman, who attended Hillary Clinton's election night party in 2016, donated to Obama and the DNC, yet somehow conducted an unbiased investigation that turned up snake-eyes, was set to do a June 2 "fireside chat" with Biden, according to the WSJ, which notes that the fundraiser was pulled right after it was posted late last week - shortly after the Trump campaign began to latch onto it.
Yes, there’s more value in keeping the lie going that the mueller special counsel hasn’t already been established beyond any doubt as a fraudulent and deeply unethical partisan takedown scheme against Trumphttps://t.co/5wuFYpgggr https://t.co/mxaHomTaQO— Buck Sexton (@BuckSexton) May 29, 2020
Weissman - known as the "architect" of the case against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort - notably reached out to a Ukrainian oligarch for dirt on Trump and his team days after FBI agent Peter Strzok texted "There's no big there there" regarding the Trump investigation in exchange for 'resolving the Firtash case' in Chicago, in which he was charged in 2014 with corruption and bribery linked to a US aerospace deal.
According to investigative journalist John Solomon, Firtash turned down Weissman's offer because he didn't have credible information or evidence against Trump, Manafort, or anyone else.