Although the Mueller investigation is over, the developments which pertain to it are not.
Christopher Wray, the FBI director, recently dropped a bombshell which will serve as a source of interest to many Americans, as documented by Townhall.
Everything You Need to Know
On Thursday, Wray confessed that he has not yet reviewed the content of Mueller’s controversial investigation into Russian collusion. Now, this is fascinating for a series of reasons; throughout the probe, the special counsel employed the services of 36 FBI agents. Furthermore, it’s been about two weeks since Mueller had officially turned over the findings of his investigation. Why the director of the FBI has yet to read these findings remains a mystery to many people.
Wray may not have viewed the Mueller probe, but this hasn’t stopped politicians on both sides of the aisle who are calling for the findings to be made public. Despite what might appear to be bipartisanship, each side largely maintains different motivations for supporting the publication of the findings. Trump and conservatives know that he’s innocent and also want the American people to know this. Democrats, on the other hand, undoubtedly are hoping for the findings to be released so they can potentially twist something to plant seeds of doubt regarding the president’s innocence.
Witch Hunt Exposed
Since its inception, the Mueller investigation has always been a witch hunt. Trump ongoingly maintained his innocence for the near two years that the probe remained underway. In the end, everything which President Trump said turned out to be accurate and Democrats were left looking as fools.
Even now, with the probe being over, certain Democrats still are refusing to accept that the president did not collude with the Russian government in order to win the 2016 presidential election.
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