Mueller Finds No Collusion, Obstruction

After two years and millions of wasted dollars, Robert Mueller’s witch hunt has finally concluded. Spoiler alert: no witch was ever found.

“The investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities,” Mueller wrote in the report, according to Barr’s letter, which he sent to the chairmen and ranking members of the Senate and House Judiciary Committees.

Barr also said that the special counsel, which consisted of 19 lawyers, found no evidence “that any U.S. person or Trump campaign official or associate” conspired or “knowingly coordinated” with Russian efforts to use social media platforms to spread disinformation during the 2016 campaign. Nor did Trump associates conspire with Russians in the efforts to hack Democrats’ emails and disseminate them online.

Most Americans could have surmised that after two weeks and tens of dollars. Instead you wasted taxpayer money, besmirched dozens of innocent people, and ruined the lives of many Americans in an attempt to seal up a few process crimes. For what? For the sake of Robert Mueller’s inflated ego.

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Giuliani: Investigate Mueller Probe

Rudy Giuliani responded to the Inspector General’s FBI report by demanding an investigation into the Mueller probe. It’s about time someone suggested this.

Donald Trump’s personal lawyer on Sunday called for an investigation into special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, claiming it was tainted from the outset under former FBI director James Comey.

“We want the Mueller probe to be investigated the way the Trump administration has been investigated,” Rudy Giuliani said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

“This is a case where it’s crying out for someone to investigate the investigators.”

Giuliani’s comments were the latest in a barrage of attacks on the probe by the president and his lawyers as Mueller appears to be nearing a conclusion to his investigation into possible collusion between Trump’s campaign and Moscow.

With the exception of Devin Nunes, most every other Republican politician and/or talking head sat upon their hands during this entire show trial. It’s high time this investigation sees some oversight, because Mueller has been given no boundaries.

A Sign Of The Times

Ladies and gentlemen, set your faces to stunned: leftist New York Times reporter Frank Bruni is worrying the Mueller investigation is actually helping President Trump.

The Mueller investigation, Bruni argued, is dominating media coverage to the extent it’s crowding out coverage of what Trump and his administration are actually doing.

“Maybe the just-published Politico report of Trump’s deliberate, cavalier use of a cellphone that doesn’t have strict security safeguards would be getting extra attention” if not for the Mueller investigation, Bruni pondered.

Bruni also expressed his concern the Mueller investigation might not find evidence of collusion between Trump and Russia.

Gee Frank, whatever gave you that idea? I mean it’s only been a year, and Mueller has only snared two or three people for minor process crimes. But hey, hold on tight to your dreams, you biased hack.

VP Pence Comments On Mueller Probe

Vice President Mike Pence was interviewed by NBC this week, and stated he believes it’s time for Robert Mueller to finish his witch hunt investigation.

Vice President Mike Pence said Thursday that he believes it’s time for Special Counsel Robert Mueller to finish his investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election and other potential misdeeds by people in President Donald Trump’s orbit.

Pence said the Trump administration has ‘fully cooperated’ with Mueller’s probe, including turning over more than 1 million documents. But he wouldn’t respond to a question about whether he agrees with the president that the case is a ‘hoax.’

‘In the interests of the country, I think it’s time to wrap it up,’ Pence told NBC News in an airplane hangar following the return home of three Americans who had been held prisoner by North Korea. ‘I would very respectfully encourage the special counsel and his team to bring their work to completion,’ Pence added.

I find it hard to argue with his sentiments. It’s been a year, and Mueller’s team hasn’t come up with anything substantial against the president. Even the indictments he did issue were mostly for process crimes. This is nothing more than a fishing expedition, and someone – looking at you, Jeff Sessions – needs to step in.

It’s time to give Robert Mueller the Wrap It Up Box…

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Rand And Deliver

While I respect the man, I do have some misgivings about Senatyor Rand Paul; particularly his foreign policy opinions. That said, the man is a rock solid conservative who pulls no punches when he sees politicos behaving badly.

Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said the FBI crossed the line with its raid of President Donald Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen, calling it a “great overstep” Tuesday on “America’s Newsroom.”

“The first question we ought to ask is what does this have to do with Russia,” Paul said. “I thought the special prosecutor was investigating Russian collusion. Going after someone’s personal attorney is a great overstep I think, in the authority of the prosecutor.”

“This is why I have opposed really having special prosecutors for almost anything,” Paul continued. “I think they abuse their authority. I think Mueller has abused his authority. They say. well he asked somebody else, another U.S. Attorney to do it. Yes but this is coming at the behest of Mueller.”

Is he wrong? Mueller and his team spent countless hours and even more money on this Russian collusion investigation, and they have nothing to show for it, save for a few process crimes. Mueller is now off his leash, and investigating anything and everything in the hopes of finding a shred of evidence to destroy the president. It’s enough. No law enforcement officer would ever have this much leeway, and neither should a special prosecutor.