Former Department of Justice (DOJ) special counsel Robert Mueller, to the dismay of the Democrats, may not have been able to pin down any criminal activity on the part of former President Donald Trump.
But, according to Breitbart, Mueller’s Russian Collusion Hoax report has now landed him a job at a law school.
The University of Virginia (UVA) School of Law has announced that Mueller will be teaching a class this fall on his report and his role as a special counsel tasked with investigating the nonexistent collusion between Trump and Russia in the 2016 presidential election.
“The course will focus on a key set of decisions made during the special counsel’s investigation,” the UVA wrote in a statement. “Instructors will talk about the legal and practical context for those decisions in a discussion format, and walk through the challenges and trade-offs when making decisions in a high-profile investigation.”
The UVA continues by stating the course will progress “chronologically with the launch of [Mueller’s] investigation, including Mueller’s appointment as special counsel.”
“Other sessions,” the UVA writes, “will focus on navigating the relationship with the Justice Department and Congress, investigative actions relating to the White House and the importance of the Roger Stone prosecution. Stone, an associate of Trump’s, was convicted of obstructing a congressional investigation; Trump later commuted his sentence.”
“The final sessions of the course,” states the UVA, “will focus on obstruction of justice, presidential accountability, and the role of special counsel in that accountability.”
Mueller will be joined by some Democrats
Joining Mueller to teach the class will be three other senior members of his former special counsel team, Aaron Zebley, James Quarles, and Andrew Goldstein.
As Breitbart points out, Zebley, Quarles, and Goldstein all have close ties to the Democratic Party. Zebley was a Clinton aide, Quarles has donated big money to the Democratic Party going back to the 190s, and Goldstein was a big donor for Barack Obama.
The UVA also says that Mueller is looking to bring in other prosecutors who were involved in the Russia-Trump collusion investigation to help teach the class.
Mueller put out a statement of his own saying, “I was fortunate to attend UVA Law School after the Marine Corps, and I’m fortunate to be returning there now.”
“I look forward to engaging with the students this fall,” he added.