Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee have announced they’re officially shutting down their investigation into Trump/Russia collusion after concluding that no evidence has been found to link Russia with the Trump campaign.
If we could all climb into our time machines and visit any day in the months leading up to Robert Mueller’s appointment, we’d find the same thing on every news channel: absolutely everyone with a “D” after his or her name going on about the need for a special counsel to investigate “Russia Russia Russia,” with a laser-beam focus on finding ties with the Trump campaign.
In the 1976 movie NETWORK, TV personality Howard Beale has an on-air meltdown, ranting on camera to an audience of millions about the dissolution of society and telling everyone to get up, go to their windows and yell, “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it any more!”
It’s been known for some time that the team assembled by special counsel Robert Mueller to look into collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign (and “related matters”) leaned Democrat. But it’s worse than we thought.
There’s something wrong with the hysterical reporting that has resulted from Robert Mueller’s indictment of 13 Russian nationals and entities for “meddling” (there’s that word again) in our 2016 election.