Congressional Republicans distance themselves from Mueller

A month ago, Vice President Mike Pence called on special counsel Robert Mueller to wind up his investigation. Considering that Mueller has been on the job for a year, after picking up an investigation that was already at least ten months old, and has yet to produce anything other that some bullsh** process crimes, the indictment of thirteen Russians who might not exist, the indictment of one Russian company that did not exist during the 2016 campaign, the indictment of another Russians company that is kicking his ass in court, and prosecuting Paul Manafort on financial crimes that had been investigated a decade earlier and which the Justice Department had elected to not prosecute, that seemed like an eminently reasonable idea:

“You know, our administration has been fully cooperating with the special counsel and we’ll continue to. What I think is that it’s been about a year since this investigation began,” the vice president told NBC News’ Andrea Mitchell. “We’ve fully cooperated in it and in the interest of the country, I think it’s time to wrap it up. And I would very respectfully encourage the special counsel and his team to bring their work to completion.”

At the time I noted a CBS poll that showed 53% of Americans believed that Mueller’s investigation was politically motivated:
A Politico/Morning Consult poll out today, shows the same....
There is more.

I have been saying Mueller should resign for months.  His attempt to use unrelated charges and process crimes to extort testimony has been a failure.


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