Memo to Mueller

WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 16: Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Robert Mueller testifies before the Senate Appropriations Committee's Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Subcommittee about the FBI's proposed budget estimates for FY2014 on Capitol Hill May 16, 2013 in Washington, DC. Attorney General Eric Holder has tapped the FBI to lead an investigation into allegations that the Internal Revenue Service gave extra scrutiny to tax exemption requests from conservative organizations with names including "Tea Party" and "Patriot." (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

 

There is a big problem with  your fine report.

Most people won't read it because it ain't short!

But if they could see

You tell it on TV

They'll know what is in it and what's its import.

 

 

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  • I don't agree.

    Mueller already made his 9 minute TV appearance in which, among other things, he said that if he had evidence to clear Mr. Orange of obstruction, he would have so said, but the Justice Dept. doesn't have the authority to indict a sitting president, and it was up to Congress to act. Yet, I estimate that at least 72% of the public didn't get that simple message.The orange carbuncle tweeted that he was fully exonerated while, clearly based on the above, he was not.

    If you are referring to Muller showing up before a House Committee, sort of like the Bobby Kennedy Senate Rackets hearings of the 1950s, network TV might sit through that for an hour, and then an estimated 0.3% might stick with it on C-SPAN. Otherwise, the public will get whatever clips and commentary their favorite cable news operation spoon feeds them.

    The thing is for the House to pursue the investigation and hold thee recalcitrants in contempt, as I noted the other day. Seeing an atty gen facing daily fines might be a first for this nation.

    Speaking of which, I saw how the Illinois General Assembly carved up the motor fuel tax, sports wagering, and legal pot proceeds in the capital bill, but it says something about the orange pus pimple that he said he wasn't going to negotiate an infrastructure bill until the investigations were over. Shows what the psycho's priorities are.

  • Maybe Michael Moore could make it into a movie?

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