I’ve been deliberately holding back on commenting about this Mueller investigation, because I want to see what all his cards are, before committing to a final judgement. But, right now, and after over two years of the most intense investigation I’ve ever seen, what do we have? Six people that didn’t tell truth about events that were of a non-criminal nature? And one incident of tax evasion? Where’s the collusion?
If this is it, if this is all they have, then the whole thing has been pretty a shocking waste of time, money and resources. So, fine, I will continue to wait a little longer, but this better wrap up soon. Right now it looks like Trump and friends may have a darn good counter-case coming against a lot of Washington bureaucrats for conspiracy to undermine his presidency by using the FBI to do their dirty work.
“Washington (AFP) – Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible collusion between Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia in the 2016 presidential election is close to being wrapped up, Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker said Monday
Mueller’s office has been notoriously tight-lipped about the progress of the high-profile investigation, and Whitaker’s remarks were the first official indication that the probe may be coming to a close.
“The Mueller investigation is close to being completed,” Whitaker told journalists.
“I’ve been fully briefed on the investigation and I look forward to Director Mueller delivering the final report,” he said.”