After two years and spending an estimated $35 million, Robert Mueller issued a 448-page report that ignored the governing special counsel regulations.
We’re in an era where politicians and the media cheer on (and cover up) actions resembling third world police state activity that further their political cause.
Fewer than one in five respondents strongly agree that the DOJ’s senior leaders maintain high standards of honesty and integrity.
The bill requires the FBI director to inform Congress when investigations of candidates for federal office are undertaken by federal law enforcement.
Doubling down on accusations and demanding the un-redacted Mueller report is no substitute for collusion myths, but Democrats’ inability to let it go helps the president.
Trump has a fleet of attorneys to help him obey the laws and regulations. But just as for each of us, if a competitor looks hard enough, they will find something.
Michael Flynn was framed so certain unethical officials could eventually set up Trump. Now that we know there was no collusion, Trump should pardon Flynn.
These new revelations raise fresh concerns that, with the approval of the FBI, foreign governments were meddling in the 2016 election.
With the possible exception of former CIA director John Brennan, no one had a more uncomfortable post-Mueller report release than one James Comey.
It’s funny how ‘rooting out misconduct’ turns out to be code for ‘covering up misconduct’ when it comes to Rosenstein’s supervision of Ohr.
A society cannot survive without accountability. There must be a reckoning for those who tried to delegitimize democratic mandates and fuel hysteria.
By salting the report with redacted grand jury information, Mueller guarantees the president remains subject to the suspicion that comes with secrecy.
Attorney General William Barr has written a letter to Congress summarizing the confidential Mueller report, promising a redacted version will be public soon.
If Special Counsel Robert Mueller decides not to move forward on impeachment proceedings or prosecution for President Trump, should the report still be released?
McCabe played fast and loose with the facts, fully playing into the media narrative about Trump’s Russia collusion. Unfortunately, he went unchallenged.
After the James Comey firing, McCabe discussed removing Trump from office and began a counterintelligence investigation of Trump’s alleged ties to Russia.
The media has started backing away from the Russia collusion hoax. Many seem to know a reckoning is coming.
Yesterday’s joint hearing in front of the House Judiciary and Oversight Committees was the first public hearing Congress held with the official who launched the Russia probe two years ago.
The news media’s rush to judgement on the Russia probe has left them looking like ancient astronaut theorists: entertaining but wrong.
‘I’ve been watching the Clintons work for 30 years. That’s all the evidence I need,’ my dad told me months ago about the Russia story. The evidence is increasingly proving him right.
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