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The Resurrection of Robert Mueller


Long after Robert Mueller's investigation has been dead and buried, the charges of collusion entombed with it, the Democrats are attempting to bring their own version of Lazarus back from the dead. Their purpose is to put words in Mueller's mouth to say that, while there was no crime, Donald Trump nevertheless tried to cover one up.

The accusation of collusion between Trump and Putin to cover up Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential election will stand, disproven and discredited, as a mark against the Democrats as surely as the failure to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq remains a massive blight on the record of President George W. Bush.

For Democrats to try to resurrect the issue through Mueller's testimony would be like Republicans calling weapons inspectors who had been assigned to Iraq to testify about what packages and strange looking boxes they saw in Baghdad that might have been WMDs but weren't.

The Dems are so committed to their storyline of collusion that they are trying to tease out every strand of the Mueller report to find some thread that might lead them to a high crime and misdemeanor. They do so even though they know perfectly well that Trump would never be found guilty by a Republican Senate and that the trial itself might result in an abrupt dismissal.

And the Democrats press on despite the lessons of 1998, when the Republican attempts to remove President Bill Clinton backfired and cost the GOP the chance they had to harvest their usual gains in off-year elections. But history doesn't matter. Appeasing their base is all.

Last updated: August 1st, 2019 at 09:08 am

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