Friday, March 22, 2019

What to Make of the Mueller Report?

What to Make of the "Comprehensive" Mueller Report? Nothing Yet!!!!! 22 months, tens of millions of tax payer dollars, and no further indictments. Could there have been sealed indictments? The Devil will be in the words of the Report. Trump Derangement Syndrome sufferers will not regain their sanity. The longer the Report, the more likely some words will be interesting reading. The Democrats are demanding a total release of the Report, hoping to find something. No Russian Collusion? Unacceptable No conspiracy? Unacceptable No Obstruction of Justice? Unacceptable No treason? Unacceptable No indictment of Don, Jr.? Unacceptable No indictment of Jared? Unacceptable No indictment of Ivanka? Unacceptable They got Nixon; why couldn’t they get Trump? Representative Adam Schiff is too invested in the Trump-Collusion Farce Whether 10 pages or 100 pages, the Democrats will run an electron microscope over the Report. The Never Trumpers will flyspeck every word of the Report. Innuendo anyone? The media will have to find something. Six House Committees will intensify their investigations. Subpoenas are being prepared as a contingency by the Committee’s lawyers. They will want the Report and all the background document. They will haul Special Counsel Robert Mueller and Attorney General Barr before their committees. Indict, investigate, impeach remain the coda of the Democrats. The Encomium Clause still exists. Banking irregularities? Deutsche Bank? Trump Foundation Tax Returns Southern District New York federal prosecutors House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer issued a joint statement: “The American people have a right to the truth.” What about FusionGPS, the Steele Dossier, the FISA reports, the Brennen, Clapper, Comey, Strzok, Page, McCabe, Ohr, FBI-DOJ Cabal, “the insurance policy,” Clinton emails? Who committed perjury before Congress? Any apologies coming? What about the extent of the real Russian interference in the 2016 election?

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