Mueller Report

William Barr Is the Democrats' Worst Nightmare

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

Barr's obviously been paying attention to the larger situation and that is bad news indeed for Democrats. This is particularly true because the Mueller probe did not come up with any crimes connected to Russia collusion, but even the beginnings of an investigation of what prompted the probe in the first place has already come up with several. What is clear is we will be dealing with this a long time, all the way, it's quite likely, to election 2020. For the Democrats, this is the original "be careful what you wish for,"  especially if the investigation leads where many think it will--to the top of their party.

Dems Have Vastly More to Fear from Full Mueller Report than GOP

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

The full text of the Mueller report is a booby-trap for the Democrats. And many of them not named Schiff must know or suspect it. Sure there will be one or two tidbits to keep the heavy breathers at CNN distracted as their ratings continue to fall through the basement, but largely the report will be four hundred pages demonstrating what we all now know did not happen — i. e. collusion between Trump or anyone on his campaign and the Russians (not that we didn't know that over a year ago). The natural question will then be — what was all this for?

The Mueller and Inspector General Reports Should Be Released Simultaneously

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

The Mueller report and the inspector general's (Michael Horowitz) next report, the one that is supposed to deal with these disputed FISA decisions and related accusations of FBI/DOJ bias and their roots, should be published simultaneously, neither one redacted. That way we, the people who pay for both, can see if Mueller's investigation was worth our time and money or whether it was indeed the "fruit of a poisonous tree," as David B. Rivkin Jr. and Elizabeth Price Foley wrote in the Wall Street Journal last June.