As near as I can tell from the news coverage, the Mueller Report says whatever you were wanting it to say, managing somehow to find the President (and/or his campaign) both did not collude with the Russians and yet was up to something skullduggerous that Congress must make up their own minds about after a full and complete study of the 400-page report and related evidence followed by thoughtful reflection -- which, of course, various Congressbeings did, fully fifteen minutes after they were given a copy to read.
Don't you wish you were as clever and as capable of absorbing written information as rapidly as a U. S. Congressthing?
Yeah, right-- What I'm noticing is that the dance hasn't changed; here we are, a day after the report was released and nobody, nobody has changed their opinion -- not a single member of the House or Senate, not a single TV expert, no pundit, no polemicist, zip, zilch, none. And there's all the information I need.
Politics is what we do instead of sticking one another with swords. The Mueller Report is an épée with a tip at each end and no grip, which sets off the scoring light and buzzer at the least jostle -- and boy, are the politicians and commentators jostling!
Same old, same old. The Russians are still getting what they wanted: chaos. We're all helping, aren't we?
He Worked On A Starship
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