According to recently released polls, it appears like even the American public as a whole is starting to grow weary of the never-ending Mueller probe.
Fair minded people are starting to ask if Mueller has had unlimited resources, over two years to investigate, and has not yet found even a shred of evidence of Trump-Russia collusion, then why are we still allowing it to go on?
Perhaps the answer is simply that there WAS NO COLLUSION!
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Here’s what the polls are showing:
Majority of Americans Believe Mueller's Coup d'Etat Probe Is Complete Bullsh*t - Only 24% Have Confidence in Anti-Trump Witch Hunt
Even the left leaning WaPo-ABC poll finds that 50% of Americans don’t trust #Mueller to be completely fair and ethical.
Only 24% gave a “great deal” of confidence in Mueller’s integrity.
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From ABC News:
Fewer, 40 percent, support Congress beginning impeachment proceedings against Trump, with 55 percent opposed. That support is down 9 percentage points from August, in a survey conducted shortly after Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, was convicted of fraud and his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations at what he said was Trump’s direction.
This survey, produced for ABC by Langer Research Associates, was completed Thursday, a day before special counsel Robert Mueller indicted former Trump adviser Roger Stone on charges of obstruction, false statements and witness tampering.
Another result shows the politicized nature of Mueller’s work. Just 43 percent of Americans express confidence that his eventual report will be “fair and even-handed,” while 50 percent doubt it. Trust in Mueller reach 62 percent among Democrats, but slide to 40 percent among political independents and just 22 percent among Republicans.
There’s also a warning about possible overreach in House Democratic investigations: Forty-six percent think the Democrats will go too far in investigating Trump. That said, 51 percent either think they’ll handle this about right (34 percent) -- or will not go far enough, 17 percent.