Mueller’s Illegal Wiretaps & FBI Raids Triggered Congressman’s Son’s Tragic Overdose Death from Opioids

The Deep State, led by its faithful hitman Robert Mueller — FBI director at the time — had illegally wiretapped GOP Congressman Curt Weldon and then launched FBI raids on Weldon, his daughter, and his lawyer — weeks before his re-election bid.

The GOP’s Weldon, a 20-year member of Congress, had been demanding answers from the FBI and CIA about why they were ignoring intelligence on Osama bin Laden living in Iran after 9/11 and safely running al-Qaeda from Iran, according to shocking details in the new Deep State book PAINE: How We Dismantled the FBI in Our Pajamas.

Weldon lost the election after Mueller made sure the FBI raids were covered by all major media outlets, who were invited to tag along on the pre-dawn and early morning raids.

Then things spun out of control in a tragic downward spiral sparked by the Deep State and Mueller, according to revelations in the new Deep State book PAINE: How We Dismantled the FBI in Our Pajamas:

The political arsonists had succeeded: the smear had worked, and Weldon’s public career was over.
Weldon’s son, Curt Jr., was triggered.

Weldon’s son was a strapping young man, a former ice hockey player, raised in one of the toughest neighborhoods in suburban Philadelphia. And a loyal son. Close friends of Weldon and former Congressional colleagues recount this saga. After Mueller and senior Justice Department prosecutors trashed his father’s career, Weldon’s son “went off the rails” and informed his father, the Congressman that he was heading down to Washington D.C. to personally take care of the lead prosecutor who had signed off on the bogus search warrants that targeted his sister and father.

“He said he was going to kill this prosecutor,” a family source said. “And he left the house in Pennsylvania in a rage and was headed to D.C. to thrash this guy in the Justice Department.”

Mueller’s illegal antics had triggered Weldon’s son. And Weldon could not stop his son from departing the house. In a panic, Weldon called the Pennsylvania State Police who intercepted his son en route to Washington, D.C. Congressman Weldon had stopped his son from assaulting – and likely much worse — Mueller’s counterpart in the Justice Department but at a steep price. He was arrested.

“Curt’s son never forgave the Congressman for what went down,” another family source confessed. “It was such a mess. Just a mess.”

Congressman Weldon’s son, Curt Jr., — a vibrant and robust athlete who dominated on the ice rink and baseball diamond — turned to opioids to help cope with the depression following the arrest and the aftermath of the televised bogus federal raids orchestrated by Mueller. He spiraled deep into an addiction to pain relievers, Oxycontin, and benzodiazepines, which was prescribed for his anxiety.

In 2016, Police found Curt Jr. on his couch in his apartment, dead from a drug overdose. He was 35.

Curt Jr. left behind a 7-year-old son.

I looked up Curt. Jr.’s obituary. In part, it reads:

“Curt was interested in every one of his father’s campaigns for Congress, attended three national conventions, and worked for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Delaware County Homebuilders Association. Curt also worked in construction, hospitality, and started his own small business. Like too many people, Curt struggled with addiction to prescription opioids and benzodiazepines and worked through several rehab programs, but could not shake the negative spiral that is common to people suffering from addiction. Curt’s love for his family and his son never wavered as he strived to control the disease that confronted him on a daily basis. Curt was a hardworking, fun-loving person who enjoyed life but fell victim to the same epidemic that has had disastrous effects on families and communities nationwide. Curt would want his legacy to be that his early death might save but one person struggling with addiction. We ask that those who wish to pay tribute to Curt do so in their own private way with someone currently afflicted with addiction. If you touch one life at risk and give that person a sense of hope and caring, Curt would be grateful! Every life has meaning; as difficult as it sometimes is, we must never give up hope! Curt is survived by his greatest love and personal treasure, his seven-year-old son, Bennett Curtis Weldon. Curt idolized Bennett in every way imaginable for a father.”

No one was ever charged with a crime as a result of the FBI raids. In fact, Mueller’s FBI never even questioned anyone during or after the raids.

This explosive story is developing and is documented at length in the book, now available for ordering HERE:

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