'Tis Only My Opinion!

August  2019 - Volume 39, Number 8

With Mueller done, what is next?

Watching Robert Mueller's performance before Congress was something that created more concern for the inquisition into President Trump's activities by his political adversaries than almost any witch hunt of the past 60 years.

Not only did it show that Mueller had not been the leader of the inquisition but that he seemed unfamiliar with many of the facts which were well-known by the public.

Mueller's performance showed a man whose former reputation was now sullied by his age and mental condition.

But Nadler & the Democrats continue to chew on the bone of Impeachment.

It is all just a political game.

The whole Russia farce did achieve the Democrats goal which was to foster dissent and energize the Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) voters to take back the House of Representatives in the 2008 mid-term election.

In this age of "woke", critical thinking has been replaced by news on Twitter, Facebook and other platforms. The traditional news media objective analysis has become simply more leftist-progressive narrative rather than an unbiased pursuit of the facts.

Nadler will continue to harass any person with ties to the White House by issuing subpoena's. The legal costs of complying with those subpoena's are of no consequence to Nadler and the other Democrat's.

The chances of actually impeaching President Trump are about 99-1 in the Senate.

But the side-show will keep the TDS voters active and energized.

The real question is with Mueller effectively done ... what is next?

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Fred Richards
August 1, 2019


Corruptisima republica plurimae leges. [The more corrupt a republic, the more laws.] -- Tacitus, Annals III 27

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