Special counsel Robert Mueller’s report was supposed to provide an epic win for Democrats. Instead, it was the reverse — a total failure.
Democrats lost the White House in 2016, so they created a Trump-Russia collusion scandal in an effort to get it back. But Mueller’s inability to prove collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia derailed the Democrat train.
Now, Trump’s partisan opponents are grasping at straws as they seek a new avenue of attack against the president.
As you may recall, the allegations of Trump campaign collusion with Russia started before the first vote was even cast on election day.
Hillary Clinton and her Democrat machine had been railing about collusion for months leading up to the election.
Now, we actually know how Hillary knew the Russians were up to something.
As it turns out, the Mueller report confirms that the Obama administration knew about Russian meddling in U.S. elections, dating all the way back to 2014, but did nothing about it. The only measures taken by the Obama administration were not put in place until December 2016, a full month after the presidential election.
After Hillary Clinton lost the election, the Democrats hoped somehow the Russian interference could be tied to Trump, but that connection never happened.
The Epic Fail
For two years, Democrats have hung their hat on the Mueller investigation making that connection. Since it did not, they are now trying to pursue “obstruction of justice” based on 10 different instances of questionable behavior by Trump or members of his administration.
But that angle won’t work either. Attorney General Bill Barr has already concluded Trump did not have malice or intent in his actions — instead, Trump was frustrated that a bogus and unfair investigation was hampering his administration.
Regardless, the Democrats in Congress appear set on pursuing more bogus investigations as they continue to attempt to discredit the Trump administration.
We, as Americans, can put an end to this, however, by kicking Democrats out of office and returning Republicans to the majority in both the House and Senate, as well as re-electing Donald Trump in 2020.