Nearly Everybody Wants the Mueller Report Made Public

February 7, 2019

(Illustration: MC Escher’s engraving, ‘Old Oliver Tree,’ found here.

Cold and dark this Thursday evening on California’s north coast — there was passing faded-yellow sunshine during late morning, early afternoon today, then later on, occasional bursts of bright between dark-gray clouds onward to right now.
Rain expected tomorrow.

And tomorrow being Friday, maybe another crazy news dump-day. In the wake of newly-minted Democrat House investigations, which started operations this week going-full-steam into about all matters of the T-Rump, maybe Special Counsel Robert Mueller will whip-out some much-needed indictment or two.
The T-Rump is getting gripped in a legal vise, and it couldn’t happen to a more deserving asshole.
And Mueller also might be ready to release his final expose/summary — we wait with baited breath…

shitload of Americans want to see that report:

Almost 9 in 10 respondents to a new survey want Robert Mueller‘s special counsel investigation to end with a full, public report.
A CNN poll released Thursday finds that 87 percent of respondents, including a large majority of both parties, want to see a report at the conclusion of Mueller’s investigation into Russia’s election interference and the Trump campaign.
Only 9 percent oppose a public report.

New York Times reporter Michael Schmidt, who’s been covering the Mueller-Russia-Trump bullshit for more than two years, noted this in an interview at NPR this afternoon:

The problem is … that the public really wants an accounting of what went on.
They want a 9/11-style commission answer to what happened — but that doesn’t exist.
So what will happen? How much will Congress get?
It’s not really clear.
It’s not like he has this ability just to hand over everything that he found to the Hill and for the Hill to do whatever they want with it.
That structure is not there.

The T-Rump and Republicans will fight it, if there’s some shit involved…

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