For the last two years, the Democrats and their friends in the media have been telling anyone who’ll listen that Robert Mueller is a wise, trustworthy paragon of virtue. Sadly, now that his report has finally been released and President Trump has been fully vindicated, the Democrats (and, once again, their friends in the media) have decided that Mueller is no longer trustworthy.
Funny that, isn’t it?
If Mueller had come to the conclusion that they wanted, they’d be praising him as a saint. But because Mueller found no evidence that the President did anything wrong, he’s suddenly a bad guy.
Whatever happened to the Democrats trust in our Government institutions? (He said sarcastically.)
Watch and hear the Democrats as they make excuses for Mueller not finding any evidence of Trump wrongdoing.
First, Democrat leader Chuck Schumer:
Now that special counsel Mueller has submitted his report to the attorney general, it is imperative for Mr. Barr to make the full report public. And provide its underlying documentation and findings to Congress. Attorney General Barr must not give President Trump, his lawyers, or his staff any speak preview of special counsel Mueller’s findings or evidence and the White House must not be allowed to interfere in decisions about what parts of the findings or evidence should be made public.
The special counsel’s investigation focused on questions that go to the integrity of our democracy itself, whether foreign powers corruptly interfered in our elections, and whether unlawful means were used to hinder the investigation.
The American people have the right to the truth. The watchword is transparency.
In conclusion, the president himself has called without qualification for the report to be made public. There is no reason on God’s green Earth why Attorney General Barr should do any less.
Now the disgusting snake Eric Swalwell:
The American people will see every word, every comma, every period of this report. The president is outnumbered now in a way he was not before. We have the subpoena power and we have the precedents of the judiciary, so it is just a matter of time. But the American people gave us that power by giving us the majority, so we will see that report.
Second, I don’t think I, and most of my colleagues, will accept a report unless its veracity is testified to by Bob Mueller. He, you know, there will be a lot of questions as to whether he was pressured to wrap this up, if there were any political pressure put on him…
I believe we need to hear from Bob Mueller. I think the country would benefit from hearing from Bob Mueller and not just taking the attorney general at his word.
Because there have been too many issues with this president and the way that acting attorney generals have come in, and even this attorney general who sent an unsolicited letter about the Mueller report, but what we do now with this report will very much determine whether or not the rule of law still stands.
The one thing to remember in all this is that even with all of the Democrat hemming and hawing, Mueller’s report just vindicated President Trump once and for all.
Judicial Watch’s Tom Fitton explains:
“No additional indictments, there has never been any Russia collusion, and in many ways, this report’s a year plus late… the president has been vindicated to an extraordinary degree.”
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