Mueller report: A bad movie

Have you seen a movie filled with suspense and twists and turns, and when it was over, you still have no idea what happens and who is a good guy and who is a bad guy?

Well, if you have not, check out the Mueller investigation.

After months of investigations, subpoenas, interviews and millions of taxpayers dollars spent, Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller concluded that he could not tell us what happened. He gave his report to U.S. Attorney General William Barr, and Barr released a summary stating that there was no collusion but did not exonerate obstruction of justice. Click here to read the summary ....

What does that mean? We do not know. What we know is that his report has started a bigger political fight because everyone is interpreting the information according to their biased.

The president was never interviewed, and he celebrated the conclusion of the report. Right or wrong, the president won that round and he is happy about it.

We are glad that there was no collusion with the Russians, and that the integrtity of our election system is still intact.

But the Mueller report is incomplete without interviewing the president. Mueller should have subpoenaed the president because he was the prime suspect.

The entire idea of hiring a special prosecutor is to remove an issue like that from political leaders and have independent professionals deciding it. For Mueller not to decided on obstruction of justice and hand it back to the politicians to decide is very disappointing.

Even worse, the investigation costs us millions of dollars, and the allegation is that the government does not want to make it public. They do not want us to see what is in the report, and we paid for it.

All we can say is that what a waste of money, time and thousands of hours of analysis by our esteemed journalists and talk show hosts.

Can you imagine had we invested all of that time and energy to solve problems instead of creating new ones.

Click here for more analysis what it all means ….

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