Now that Robert Mueller has spoken publicly about report Donald Trump says “The case is closed.”

By |2019-05-29T11:29:56-08:00May 29th, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |8 Comments

Trump then followed this up by retweeting this statement by Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

Perhaps they did not hear this statement from Mueller today:

“If we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so. We did not, however, make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime.”

That does not mean the case is closed it means that Congress needs to take it from here.

Despite what Mueller seems to want there is a growing cry from Congress and the American people to hear his public testimony.

And it is not just coming from Democrats.

Courtesy of Yahoo News

Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) is urging Robert Mueller to testify in public following reports that the special counsel was pushing for a closed-door appearance with members of Congress in negotiations with House Democrats.

“I understand that Mr. Mueller doesn’t want it to become a media circus if he decides to testify, but the American public has a right to hear directly from him,” Kennedy said in a statement released by his office on Tuesday. “His investigation cost the American taxpayers more than $25 million. They don’t want a filtered version of his testimony spun by members of Congress with partisan agendas.”

I think it is likely a given that at some point Mueller will be called to testify before Congress. 

So no Donnie and Broomhilda this investigation is NOT closed. 

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  1. Anonymous May 29, 2019 at 6:04 pm

    BEYOND petty!

    The White House wanted the USS John McCain “out of sight” for Trump’s visit to Japan. A tarp was hung over the ship’s name ahead of the trip, and sailors—who wear caps bearing the ship’s name—were given the day off for Trump’s visit.

  2. Anonymous May 29, 2019 at 9:28 pm

    The real reason Robert Mueller chose today to speak out about Donald Trump

    …Second, as it turns out, William Barr is in Alaska right now. It’s not that Barr could have stopped Mueller from holding this press conference. When you’re announcing your resignation, what can your boss do to stop you from speaking – threaten to fire you? But with Barr essentially off the political grid, the timing did prevent him from be able to hold some kind of competing press conference to try to muddy Mueller’s message.

    Attorney General Barr participates in Alaska Native Justice forum in Anchorage Wednesday

  3. Anonymous May 29, 2019 at 9:33 pm

    Look, with Willow expecting twins, we just need to all settle down and not stress out Americas little hairdresser.

  4. Anonymous May 29, 2019 at 9:39 pm

    Christ Almighty,
    Look at that blonde in the picture. Just typical.
    Global warming doesn’t even exist to her. Is she a seat filler?

  5. Anonymous May 29, 2019 at 9:46 pm

    Every time we speak of Vol. 2 (obstruction) without noting the lack of a counterintel report, grand jury testimony, or info on the 14 pending cases—or the fact that Vol. 1 found *collusion* (not conspiracy) without a clear probe of whether Trump knew—we’re doing Trump’s work.

    Right now we have a large number of analysts who know exactly what they want to say about Vol. 2 and how it establishes a need for immediate impeachment. Ask about Vol. 1, the missing counterintelligence report, the 14 pending cases, Broidy, Nader, Zamel, MBS, MBZ… nothing.

    But put aside non-Russia evidence: Rovt wrote a sanctions deal; Manafort agreed to negotiate it with the GRU; Rovt began paying Manafort; Manafort left the campaign to keep negotiating; Politico says Manafort kept talking to Trump and about sanctions. All of that pre-election.

    You have a *massively* compelling case Manafort lied to the SCO on the things he did for *exactly* the reason the SCO implies: because Manafort was secretly negotiating sanctions pre-election—thus aiding/abetting computer crimes—and everyone at the SCO surely feels Trump knew.

    It’s not the comment many expect me to make right now but after writing the book I just did I can tell you what we’ll be saying about the Mueller probe years from now is how shockingly narrow its scope was and how beneficial to Trump it was that none of us realized it at the time

    This is a *massive* story that has implications for Trump/Kushner collusion with the Qataris via the QIA and al-Rumaihi. It involves Cohen, Trump, Kushner, the former Qatari prime minister/QIA director (“HBJ”), and more.

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