Help Me Out Here

Over the course of the last year, the whole Mueller thing has been such a mystery to me that I confess (much to my shame as a pundit) that I have no clue how this whole thing ends.  I would appreciate anyone’s honest opinion on this crucial topic.  Pick as many as seem appropriate and if I’ve left out your favorite feel free to write it in.  The voice of the people is the voice of God.  Have your say.

 

4 thoughts on “Help Me Out Here

  • April 12, 2018 at 11:13 am
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    There is no Russian collusion. This statement is borne out by the fact that no evidence of Trump/Russia collusion has been found after more than 12 months of investigation. (There is evidence of Hillary/Russia collusion, but for some reason that is being ignored.
    Rosenstein appointed Mueller as special prosecutor to find evidence of Russia/Trump collusion. If either man had any ethics, the special council should be disbanded as it has not fulfilled it’s function.
    This will probably end when Sessions fires Rosenstein and his replacement ends Mueller’s investigation.

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    • April 12, 2018 at 11:52 am
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      I also don’t think there is any real Russian collusion but I don’t know if Trump has a mechanism to end this thing. It’s dragged on for so long it’s causing damage on its own. It worries me.

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  • April 12, 2018 at 6:46 pm
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    I’m pretty sure that there was no collusion and that the entire Muller investigation is the intended result of a democratic/clinton plan to hinder/bring Trump down on trumped up (pun absolutely intended) charges. But I suspect that the fact that there is no substance to the charges will be moot when the Dims win the house in November. The Dims have their base frothing at the mouth and if they don’t follow through, there will be hell to pay. Given that the probability of 2/3rds of the senate voting to convict is essentially non-existent.

    Personally, I’m almost at the point of thinking that civil war and partitioning the country is preferable to the rule of the country by a group that I consider to be a combination of evil and insane.

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    • April 12, 2018 at 7:54 pm
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      It’s a funny thing. Despite the fact that I now know things are significantly worse than I imagined just a few years ago I am much less anxious about the future than I used to be. Knowledge is power. Knowing who we can’t trust means they can’t surprise us again. That allows us to accurately gauge where we are and calculate how to get where we want to be. I think it’ll be okay one way or the other.

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