The Mueller III Update: A very weak, worried, not resolute old man went before Congress and told them, and all Americans (he did not testify) that the Witch Hunt is over, there is no basis for impeachment, there was no collusion and no obstruction of justice. He left The Hill in Shame.
When former SC Robert Mueller testifies before Congress (if he does) Wednesday about his investigation of alleged Russian interference in the Y 2016 Presidential election and alleged obstruction of justice by President Trump, a Key part of the US public will likely tune out the Noise from 1 of America’s ‘dirtiest coppers‘ those being Republican voters.
According to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released Tuesday, just 18% of Republicans said they planned to watching the former special counsel’s testimony when and if it is broadcast live on the major US television networks.
Fully, 60% of Republicans said they would not watch and the balance not sure.
The poll also found that while 70% of Republicans said they knew Mr. Mueller was scheduled to be questioned in front of 2 Democratic-led House of Representatives committees this week, only 31% said it was important in an degree.
Further, the poll found that the Dems polled were not going ti watch it either.
President Trump’s fellow Republicans have consistently backed him throughout his Presidency, and their support has remained strong as Mr. Mueller’s team racked up convictions and coerced guilty pleas for process crimes from former members of our President’s quasi advisors and street-wise retainers.
President Trump and his staunch business and political supporters have constantly attacked The Mueller Investigation and the 8th Floor FBI inquiry that preceded it as a politically motivated “witch hunt” and repeated the words “No Collusion! No obstruction” in Twitter posts, op-eds and editorials over that past 2 years.
Mr. Mueller’s report said the investigation found insufficient evidence to prove President Trump and his campaign engaged in a criminal conspiracy with Russia. The report did not reach a conclusion on whether President Trump committed the crime of obstruction of justice, but did not exonerate him, in a trickery worded reference what may well be a crime in itself against our President by Mr. Mueller and his Dem Gang, some of whom cried when HRC lost the election, all of which donated to her failed campaign.
Robert Mueller, III, is the last person to investigate ‘the swamp’ he is The Swamp.
His credibility was oversold
It’s always suspicious when anyone’s credibility is oversold like his was, but that goes 10X when the same person was FBI director for 12 years, spanning across both the Bush (43) and Hussein Obama Administrations from Y 2001 to 2013. Most people that I talked to remember nothing about him.
What stands out most during then-FBI Director Mueller’s term in office is the 2-tiered system of justice he oversaw and directed, when obvious crimes and scandals involving government officials and private-sector elites were ignored or even covered up by the 8th Floor FBI elites.
What Mr. Mueller failed to do to protect our country says more than anything he did. And the fact that he served in the USMC during the Vietnam era as a combat vet does not make him a saint, more likely a hardened transgressor against moral law and committer of immoral acts as routine, and surrounds himself with people of the same ilk.
The list of scandals is long on Mr. Mueller watch.
In a separate Reuters/Ipsos poll this month, 61% of Republicans said they did not believe President Trump tried to obstruct The Mueller Investigation, which of course he did not. And about 85% said they approved of the job he is doing, and the same number said he should not be impeached, which he will not be no matter how much the Dems in the lower House squeal, twist and shout!
Among all US adults polled, 28% said they planned to watch Mr. Mueller’s testimony on TV, including 44% of Democrats. About 2 in 10 independents said they would watch.
The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted online, in English, throughout the United States from Friday to Monday. It gathered responses from 1,112 adults in the United States, including 487 Democrats and 414 Republicans. It had a credibility interval, a measure of precision, of 6 percentage points.
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