On Thursday, the grand jury convened by special counsel Robert Mueller heard testimony from the stepson of Rober Stone associate Jerome Corsi.
This is notable, CNN reporter Shimon Prokupecz told host Don Lemon on Thursday, because Mueller’s grand jury usually has Thursdays off.
“This could give us a big clue that perhaps something is coming,” he said. “Honestly, I think we’re all on edge, thinking that perhaps something may be coming tomorrow.”
Other reporters who cover the Mueller investigation “are on edge,” Prokupecz said, and that Corsi’s stepson testifying “may have something to do with Wikileaks.”
“The Mueller grand jury normally does not meet on Thursdays,” he said. “The last time they met on a Thursday, the following day, on a Friday, is when a bunch of Russians were indicted for the hacking and the dissemination of the fake news on social media.”
Corsi’s association Roger Stone has been “hiding” on Fridays because that’s when indictments from Mueller typically from, Prokupecz said.
“He has been living in limbo,” Prokupecz said. “He has been avoiding Friday nights, sort of hiding at home, thinking that this is going to be the day that he’s going to be arrested.”