I'm going to miss the Mueller investigation

We've come a long way from the days when Robert Mueller was "beyond reproach", and the walls were closing in on Donald Trump.  That's when Donald Trump Jr was a sure thing for indictment and Paul Manafort flipped to give up all the goods between Trump and Putin's secret dealings.

 

 

Mueller confirmed what the FBI knew internally immediately after the start of the investigation in May of 2017, and after a few years of looking for Russians, shady dealings closed with Vodka shots and prostitutes, and covert communications between Trump Tower and the Kremlin, here's the scorecard:

 

 

The steady drip of the Trump-Russia collusion narrative marinated the brains of leftists and never-trumpers to where legal jeopardy of the President was a foregone conclusion.  With all this smoke there absolutely had to be a fire.  Without the election of President Trump, how could Putin execute his plan to take down the United States?

 

Trump and Putin

 

Robert Mueller delivered his report to the Attorney General, who turned around and sent a letter to Congress informing them of the conclusion of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.  It's over, and now the fun begins.  Declassification of the FISA documents?  Indictments?  Even better: leftist meltdowns and backtracking.

The lefties are upset that President Trump wasn't charged for doing things that aren't crimes, or for doing things he didn't even do, like commit obstruction of justice.  He fired James Comey, per Jeff Session's and Rod Rosenstein's recommendation, but they don't care.  They still insist on obstruction even though the Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General wanted him to do so.  In fact, Rosenstein and Sessions talked about firing Comey even before Sessions was confirmed as Attorney General.

MSNBC and CNN can expect a ratings bump as we tune in for the meltdowns.  Here's Chris Matthews spraying spittle across the MSNBC studio:

 

 

Remember when the lefties were uniting to prevent President Trump from firing Robert Mueller?  President Trump never had any intention of firing Robert Mueller, and in fact wanted him to carry out the investigation properly.  The smackdowns on Twitter have been great.

 

Chuck Ross:

 

 

There's a tidal wave of such tweets as Twitter is an ocean of leftist fails, and it's just going to continue.  This investigation gave the leftists something tangible to hold onto and now it's gone, along with their impeachment hopes and dreams.  I have no doubt they will continue to reverse engineer some crime leading back to non-existent evidence, continue to lie, and fail miserably.

I'm going to miss the Mueller clown show but thankfully there's more Obama and Clinton crimes than we know what to do with.  This new investigation with Hillary colluding with Ukraine looks promising.  It's Ukraine investigation but I'm sure we'll get some tasty evidence to chew on.  The Clintons never disappoint.

As for Mueller, we'll likely get to see him testify, which is nothing short of ironic.