Was Mueller’s Report a “Piece of Garbage?”

Quite frankly, I don’t like doing this, but I’d be VERY interested in comments from my readers and followers that were made by a blogger on this post.

Just a couple of excerpts:

Mueller made legal history by changing the Rule of Law from “innocent until proven guilty” to “guilty until proven innocent.”

Mueller didn’t interview her (Natalia Veselnitskaya) because, if she had told the truth, she would have had to testify that she was part of a Fusion GPS effort to entrap Donald Trump Jr.

One thing I think many fail to remember is the only access the public has to the Mueller Report is a redacted version. In other words, we only know part of the story. But even so, what we DO know leaves little doubt that there are questionable actions on the part of Trump and/or his family and/or his campaign in his efforts to become POTUS. Simply put, contrary to his tweets, his hands are not lily white.

Further, Mueller was quite clear, not only in his report but also in his responses to Congress, that Russia did most certainly interfere in the 2016 Election. That conclusion can be interpreted however you want, but considering several actions on the part of our current President, it would be difficult to deny Mueller’s findings.

In any case, the floor is now open …

And On and On It Goes

Several bloggers have addressed the topic of the Mueller Report, along with the proceedings that took place on Wednesday, July 24th. Many individuals have offered their thoughts/opinions via comments and other feedback, and while I agree with much of what has been offered, I also disagree with various points.

Rather than visit every source of discussion and offer/repeat my personal take on things, I decided to use this blog to offer some thoughts for your consideration.

  1. I tend to think Mueller was hesitant is his responses because he is/was like many others who are (or have been) serving in this administration. They are AFRAID to step too far out of the circle for fear of reprisal. I’m well aware of Mueller’s esteemed qualifications, but it’s still my personal opinion that tRumpsky wields more power “behind the scenes” than most of us are aware of. In fact, IMO, he is nothing short of a “mob boss,” meaning he has control over a very wide network of individuals who will do his bidding … whatever that may consist of. And if you don’t think he’s made this fact known to those who oppose him, you’re living in Alice’s world.
  2. It’s my opinion that VERY FEW of tRumpsky’s supporters have read the Mueller report. And I would guess only a very small minority actually watched yesterday’s proceedings. Why should they? Their esteemed leader has declared his innocence in any and all matters addressed in the report. And since Faux News has backed this up, that’s good enough for them.
  3. Lastly, while many are advancing the idea of impeachment, I have reservations about the action. Yes, overall, the process itself has merit, but IMO, it will NOT get past the Senate. The Republicans are too firmly in DEBT to “his majesty” to ever force him out of office. And if, as I suspect, he’s taken “off the hook,” I dread to think of the aftereffects many of us will be forced to endure.

Where any of this ends is anyone’s guess. Unfortunately, I tend to think we’re “stuck” with the status quo at least until the 2020 elections. tRumpsky will continue to tweet his lies and nasty insults. He will continue to appoint members to his administration who will do his bidding. He will continue to ruin our reputation among other countries. And he will continue to kiss the butt of those individuals who (as the Mueller Report clearly addressed) helped him win the election.

It’s unfortunate this individual has been able to take advantage of the gullible. But the really sad part is they’re not going to see what he has done to this country (and the world) until it’s too late.