Everybody in America is ready to “move on” from the Mueller Report.
The problem is that there is a dichotomy of thought on the subject.
Some people want to actually move on, put the past and all its ugly implications and divisive rhetoric behind us and get down to the business of enjoying the best economy we’ve had in decades. And they’re ready to do something meaningful about the opioid pandemic and come together on a truly comprehensive solution to our immigration problem and the millions of illegals who are already in the country.
Our legislative entities and judicial branches of government have problems to settle that will either positively or adversely affect the future of many generations to come, and some of them want to cut bait and be about the business we elected them for.
Conversely, there are the intransigent ones, who just a little of a week ago hailed Robert Mueller as the essence of truth and honesty, anxiously waiting for the report. This week, the same people no longer trust Mueller’s findings and intend to continue on down this path of diminishing returns that has already sullied the reputation of politicians and ripped apart the very fabric of the mainstream media, some outlets so severely that any semblance of trust may never return.
Adam Schiff, for two years, has told the American people that there was evidence of collusion between Trump and the Russians, as did John Brennan who constantly hinted at having inside information and that at any day the ax was going to fall.
Rachel Maddow and most of the on-air staff at CNN insisted that the evidence existed and would soon be brought forth.
Stephen Colbert said the most insulting, disgusting statements about President Trump, remarks that – had they been made on the playground in my early days – could have sent Stevie home with a black eye and a much humbler attitude.
I saw Eric Swalwell make a complete fool out of himself on TV the other night, where he insisted that Trump was guilty but had not a whiff of proof to back it up.
Now they are down on Attorney General Barr because he is following protocol that was set up by the same bodies of government they are serving in, taking the time to follow the law about what parts of the report the public is privy to because the reputations of innocent people who were brought before the grand jury have to be protected. Plus, the names of any covert intelligence operatives involved must be redacted.
But if they want to investigate Barr, I have no problem as long as they investigate Loretta Lynch’s tarmac conversation with Bill Clinton and unseal the Fast and Furious information on Eric Holder.
Already, the Republicans on the committee Adam Schiff chairs are calling for him to step down, citing the fact that they simply cannot trust him because of all his empty promises, not to mention that he is a most prolific leaker.
Insofar as Swalwell is concerned, his 15 minutes of fame is just about over, and he will probably fade back into the mediocrity of loudmouths who never know when to stop grinding the ax.
Personally, I do not and have never believed that members of Congress nor the preponderance of the media ever really believed that a man who is a multibillionaire, who has accomplished what he has accomplished in his life, and has even won the highest office in the land would be stupid enough to actually collude with the Russians or anybody else for that matter.
In my opinion, it has been about losing an election that would have continued to take this nation down the path the shadow players, deep state, or whatever you want to call them, want it to go.
Schiff, Swalwell, et al., are one trick ponies, and eventually, if they already haven’t, the public will get tired of the clouds with no rain. They could well become like this line from Shakespeare’s Macbeth, “… a poor player. That struts and frets his hour upon the stage, and then is heard no more. It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.”
What do you think?
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God Bless America
— Charlie Daniels
Charlie Daniels is a legendary American singer, song writer, guitarist, and fiddler famous for his contributions to country and southern rock music. Daniels has been active as a singer since the early 1950s. He was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry on January 24, 2008.