This just in: Under questioning from Rep. Doug Collins of Georgia regarding the Russia investigation, Mueller admitted his investigation found “insufficient” evidence that Trump colluded with Russia back in 2016!
Rep. Collins asked Mueller,
“Is it true the evidence gathered during your investigation did not establish that the president was involved in the underlying crime relation to Russian election interference as stated in Volume 1, Page 7?”
“We found insufficient evidence of the president’s culpability.”
Very clearly, Mueller himself has now exonerated the president himself.
Let’s see how the left tries to spin that one!
It’ll be tough, but hey, we are talking about the same people who think Ivanka Trump is racist for buying a white dog!
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Breitbart has more details on Mueller's admittance of the lack of evidence and on his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee that he just wrapped up:
House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Doug Collins (R-GA) asked, “Is it true the evidence gathered during your investigation — given the questions that you’ve just answered, is it true the evidence gathered during your investigation did not establish that the president was involved in the underlying crime related to Russian election interference as stated in volume I, page 7?”
Mueller answered, “We found insufficient evidence of the president’s culpability.”
Collins then asked, “That would be a yes?”
Mueller responded, “Yes.”
It appears that Democrats are largely disappointed that Mueller did not back them up in their baseless attempts to impeach President Trump.
On this, The Los Angeles Times had the following to say about the testimony:
Robert S. Mueller III did little on Wednesday to boost the prospects of impeaching President Trump.
The former special counsel’s highly anticipated testimony before Congress did not deliver the sort of splashy moment that circulates on cable TV. Instead, as he promised, he stuck carefully to the text of his investigative report, occasionally — at times haltingly — offering a nuance, but often providing one-word answers to questions.
The result seemed likely do little more than harden the opinions held by the public — and lawmakers — on President Trump and whether he should be removed from office.
For House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, that result may come as a vindication. Despite pressure from some Democrats, Pelosi has held her caucus back from starting an impeachment inquiry out of concern that it could politically backfire without broad, bipartisan support.
Some supporters of impeachment had been hoping that Mueller would deliver a TV moment that would generate that kind of bipartisan outrage in a way that his dense, 448-page report had not.
But as the hearing wrapped up Wednesday, the minority of Democrats who want to begin impeachment proceedings seemed unlikely to have gained a significant number of new compatriots.