Robert Mueller is a loose cannon and may just blow through any presidential objection, as he has already shown a willingness to defy his boss. That’s great news.
While Americans remain split over whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump committed crimes, there should be a consensus on James Comey’s handling of both matters.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller spent more than $732,000 on outside contractors, including private investigators and researchers, records show, but his office refuses to say who they were.
Last week’s testimony by Attorney General William Barr confirmed these blunders and bared additional concerns with the probe into Russian interference with the 2016 presidential election.
Not once does Robert Mueller mention an investigation into whether Russia interfered with the presidential election by feeding dossier author Christopher Steele misinformation.
Attorney General Bill Barr’s greatest sin is exposing two years of Resistance fan fiction by Democrats and their allies in the political media.
There are rules against using the power and authority of a prosecutor to smear a defendant without giving him his day in court.
President Obama’s top intelligence official stated categorically that no evidence existed of Trump-Russia collusion. So why did Rosenstein appoint Mueller two months later?
While there is much within the Mueller report that suggests skepticism was well-founded, what is perhaps most probative is what the report omitted.
Look at this chyron from CNN last night. Notice anything wrong?
By preventing President Trump from firing Robert Mueller, Don McGahn prevented a political crisis that would’ve made the Russia-collusion narrative seem like a jaywalking allegation.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) reacted to the release of the Mueller report by arguing impeachment ‘is not worthwhile.’ That did not sit well with much of the left.
After two years and spending an estimated $35 million, Robert Mueller issued a 448-page report that ignored the governing special counsel regulations.
The full Mueller report from special counsel Robert Mueller on whether Trump colluded with Russia was just released. You can read it here.
The unredacted, exculpatory facts will be downplayed or ignored, in favor of the sweet, sweet comfort of the unprovable, and thus easily manipulated, redactions.
Relatively few people will read the nearly 400-page special counsel report. Many will cherry-pick information to support their current opposition to the president. Here’s what is reasonable to expect from it.
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.
Attorney General William Barr said in testimony before a House subcommittee that he is conducting a broader investigation of how the Trump-Russia collusion narrative started.
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