Courtesy of Salon:

Robert Mueller’s report is 448 pages long and took almost two years to complete. Nineteen lawyers and at least 40 other people assisted with the investigation. It involved interviews with 500 people. Thirty-four people were indicted, seven have pled guilty and one was convicted at trial. The facts presented are damning: Donald Trump obstructed justice. Trump and his inner circle both publicly and privately sought to collude with Russian agents to influence the 2016 presidential election.

Beyond the particulars of Trump’s likely illegal behavior, the Mueller report is also a compendium of Donald Trump’s state of mind.

Dr. Bandy Lee, who is a professor of psychiatry at the Yale School of Medicine and editor of the bestselling book “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump” convened a panel comprised of leading mental health experts to evaluate Donald Trump based upon his behavior as detailed in the Mueller report.

Their definitive conclusion: Trump is mentally unfit, a threat to the United States and the world, and as such should have his powers severely restricted. At the invitation of several Democratic members of Congress, Lee and other mental health professionals will present their findings about Donald Trump’s mental health at what they hope will be a bipartisan congressional meeting in Washington next month.

This article is from June, so “next month” is actually this month. 

As much as I am interested in hearing from Mueller himself, I am pretty interested in what is revealed in this mental health hearing as well. 

As I have mentioned numerous times we are all watching Trump’s mental health deteriorate in real time, mostly through his Twitter account. 

This may seem comical at times, but seriously this shit is not a joke. 

Having a crazy person in charge of this country is incredibly dangerous and yet another reason why impeachment hearings need to start immediately.