Members of the United States House of Representatives voted 420-0 for the release of the Mueller Report. Now that it has been issued, the House Judiciary Committee vote became 24-17. How do 17 Republicans change their mind so darned fast on an issue?
My guess is they are playing rope a dope, let the frustration linger as close to the election as possible then release the redacted report to burn the hoaxers once again.
I think the answer lies more in the fact that the democrats refuse to accept the findings. They weren't looking for answers. They wanted accusations. They didn't get them. They want to nit pick and find other things to complain about.
I want to see the whole report, but the democrats are causing too many problems. They will lose more support the longer they whine.
If there is evidence of obstruction of justice, just because Barr says he won't charge Trump, doesn't mean Congress would not. They have a right to see the evidence Mueller accumulated on that topic, at least. Since they have a duty to not release classified information, it should not be an issue to allow them to see that material.
Like I said. I'd like to see the report but the democrats have acted quite shamefully. If there is nothing in the report that could be used to charge, but things to use to embarrass, that aren't illegal, I have no doubt the democrats would get plenty of mileage out of it.
I'm tired and it appears the American public is tired of this little tempest in a teapot. If they could get to the business of running the country is be happy.
"Do you think Mueller's final report on the investigation should be made public in its entirety, or not?"
Think it should 83%
Don't think it should 13%
"This Sunday, Attorney General William Barr released a letter summarizing Mueller's conclusions. Barr said that because of legal limits on what he can release he is reviewing the report to determine what parts can be made public. So far, do you think Barr has released enough details about Mueller's report, or not?"
Think he has 28%
Don't think he has 57%
“First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, and then you win.” – Mahatma Gandhi
I don't know. For a Complete and Total EXONERATED guy, he is quite jumpy today.
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