The people around Donald Trump should fear the Special Counsel Robert Mueller sledgehammer that is about to fall. Several arrests around the Trump-Russia connection are coming up soon, very soon.

Federal court records indicate that Mueller has a list of 22 criminal charges against seven defendants in the all-consuming fog of Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election.

To view the list of sealed criminal cases, click on this link


Trump’s son-in-law is among the anticipated arrests, due to his involvement with Russian monies, the Russian ambassador, and Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with Russian operatives in Trump Tower.

Mueller began arresting people in the Trump sphere, including former campaign manager Paul Manafort and his former business partner Rick Gates. These two alleged criminals have been sitting at home wearing ankle monitoring bracelets.

The White House is a far quieter place than it usually is because everyone is afraid that those around them are wearing a wire for Mueller’s team of expert lawyers. Yet, beneath all that lies near panic.

Mueller has been sending the majority of his Trump-Russia cases through the U.S. District Court in Washington D.C. Since Mueller arrested Manafort and Gates, the special counsel has added 17 sealed charges against five additional individuals to the available Washington court schedule.

What does that mean? At any time, Mueller can arrest the charged individuals. That is if they have not already been indicted.