Robert Mueller submits massive failure in so-called “Russia report”
USA – March 24, 2019
Hailing it was BREAKING NEWS, the American mainstream media was eager to report on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report, submitted to Attorney General WIlliam Barr, on his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and related matters.
Thus, the work on the report that contributed much to Russophobia and the witch hunt against Russian “spies” is over. The whole general vector of the U.S. propaganda was based on the notion that there were mysterious Russians helping Trump win the election back in November 2016, so the future development of it completely depended on the information contained in hte report.
Unfortunately for the Democrats (who were the first to blame Russia for their own electoral mistakes, since they couldn’t accept that they were defeated by the Republicans due to the crooked political values they actually stood for that averted many Americans from voting for them), what we have found out is that no new indictments have been recommended by Mueller. That means the conspiracy the American mainstream media has been spreading for more than two years has fallen apart, and the Special Counsel simply has nothing more to add to what we already know. And what we know is that Russia had nothing to do with interfering in the Presidential election.
It has become of great importance now that Trump and his supporters have always criticized the cost of the investigation, as by December 2018, the work of Robert Mueller’s commission had cost approximately $25 million, while gaining approximately $48 million through asset forfeitures. And the money was paid mostly by the American taxpayers.
What did the money go to? Recent news proves what USA Really has already written: Mueller spent millions in taxpayer money for an investigation that turned out to be nothing more than just promotion of the media and Deep State’s propaganda.
Mueller did his best to find “the ties” between Trump and Russia (that never really existed) and he probably wanted to build up his own political career as well, and the American people got to pay for this “adventurous” ambition.
The failure of Mueller’s investigation was met with moderate optimism by Trump’s camp. For example, Rudy Giuliani and Jay Sekulow, who work as counselors to President Trump, released a brief statement, saying:
“We’re pleased that the Office of Special Counsel has delivered its report to the Attorney General pursuant to the regulations. Attorney General Barr will determine the appropriate next steps.”
Trump’s advisers have anonymously said that, “zero indictments means we’re clear; it’s a great day for America ... we won!” Obviously, such statements mean Republicans are basically satisfied with how the investigation ended.
Republican Senator Chuck Grassley in his turn recommended Attorney General William Barr to provide Robert Mueller's findings to Congress and the public. In his opinion, that would "finally put an end to the speculation and innuendo that has loomed over this administration since its earliest days." Here is the text of his statement:
"Attempts to keep the collusion narrative alive, especially for political reasons, will only serve to further harm our political discourse and play into the hands of our foreign adversaries," he said in a statement.
Donald Trump himself seemed much more confident, as he said: “I don’t mind if public sees Mueller report.”
Though Democrats and liberals of all kinds aren’t ready to give up the struggle against Trump, Mueller’s investigation, which they were heavily counting on, turned out to be quite the embarrassment.