“No Collusion, No Obstruction…”

Matty Mendez, Reporter

The Mueller Report, that is the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller into the results of the 2016 election, in specific Donald Trump and his inner circle’s involvement with the Russian government and potential collusion and tampering of election results.

Though Mueller’s official, an unredacted report has not been released to the public, an overview of his findings does not implicate President Donald Trump in any implicit illegal behavior concerning Russia. The findings have neither provided the American public enough information to persecute nor exonerate President Trump.

“The investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.” The left, anti-Trump base has been hopeful in the expectation that the special counsel’s report would provide grounds for indictment or, much more chimeric, impeachment.

Attorney General William Barr sent a four-page letter to Congress, outlining Mueller’s findings as a victory for the President and an uppercut to his opposition.

Trump himself has time and again expressed condemnation of the investigation into him throughout its duration, and his scorned feelings have carried over to his initial reaction of the report’s release. Though he has not seen the report in its entirety, he told reporters Tuesday that “it said, ‘no obstruction, no collusion.’ It could not have been better.”

Effectively doubling down on his vilification of due process of the law, President Trump has employed the political strategy of framing malleable indifference as a success. It is, of course, in the best interest of a man who has underwent a near two years of investigation without appearing before a federal court nor a congressional oversight committee a single time, to censure Mueller, his investigation, as well as the “corrupt” and “FAKE” mainstream media, “the Enemy of the People”, for it’s constant coverage of the possible collusion.

Trump has failed to mention the summarized contents that fail to exonerate the president: there is “plenty of evidence” of activity between the Trump campaign and Russian representatives that have yet to be discredited and several of President Trump’s chief advisers have been confirmed to have lied to the FBI or to Congress, including George Papadopoulos, Paul Manafort, Michael Flynn, Roger Stone, and Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen, most recently and famously convicted.

The common links, of which there are two, between these individuals and their indictments are: Trump and involvement with their involvement in the carrying out or covering up of the potential collision with Russia. President Trump fails to recognize that, as a result of the years-long “Witch Hunt,” Robert Mueller uncovered about a half-dozen witches.