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Justice Delayed

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Well, it’s finally here. The almighty report submitted by the all powerful and unassailable King Bob Mueller has made its way to public eyes, with fanfare as if it had been delivered on stone tablets by Moses himself.

The report was crafted to tackle two possible crimes: collusion (conspiracy) and obstruction. In this piece, I’ll attempt to do what Team Mueller and their partners in tyranny would not allow: give a balanced view of the charges levied. I’m hardly qualified to undertake such a task, as I’m a mere observer, not an insider. But given the unthinking, uncritical way in which the report’s contents have been absorbed, it’s an effort that must be undertaken.

While reading, please bear in mind that the Mueller Report is a one-sided prosecutorial document. It was designed to give Democrats and their media partners the ammunition needed to tear down this president, if not through the impeachment process than through the ballot box. When Ken Starr released his report on Slick Willy Clinton, he allowed Clinton’s legal team to issue a response, which was included in the report itself. We’re far past those levels of integrity now, thus people like myself are in a position of fighting for truth long after the playing field has been set. It’s a built-in advantage created by those who would control the very meaning of “truth” if given half the chance, and a formidable one to be sure. Nonetheless, we’ll do our best to set the record straight.

Get comfortable.

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COLLUSION

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It’s virtually impossible to decide which part of the Mueller Report was most desperate in its reaching to find fault within the Trump administration, but the ‘collusion’ section should probably be considered the frontrunner.

While, for the umpteenth time, no collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign was established, it certainly wasn’t for lack of trying on the part of Andrew Weissmann and his merry band of Trump haters. And what a shame, considering this is the one part of the report that could feasibly be of great use for our nation in combatting the actions of foreign intel services going forward. Despite this farce of a probe and the political manner in which it was used, foreign meddling is an issue that must be addressed, especially given the cyber age we’re entering.

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