If Dems interested in collusion, investigate Clintons

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Robert Mueller has finally concluded his “collusion” investigation of the President, his family, his advisors and associates. This took 675 days, cost $25 million, there were 2,800 subpoenas served, 300 search warrants, 500 witnesses interviewed and 13 countries involved. There were 37 indictments executed — none of them for collusion.

Mueller’s finding was: no collusion, no evidence of obstruction of justice. Democrats and liberal media are saying Mueller wasn’t “definite” on no obstruction, but Jay Seckukow said the president was definitely cleared of collusion, and, “You can’t obstruct a crime you didn’t commit.”

Mueller’s team was formed specifically to investigate collusion, but he went down a lot of rabbit trails, for example, tax evasion for at least one person and Paul Manafort lying under oath. Mueller, the Dems’ pet bulldog, certainly has no love for President Trump, and if there was any collusion, he would have found it.

If the Dems were really interested in collusion with the Russians, they should have checked out one (or two) of their own. As Secretary of State under Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton signed off on a waiver that gave 20 percent of American uranium to Putin and the Russians. After this Bill Clinton’s speaking fees in Moscow doubled. In return for the uranium deal, the Clinton Foundation got over a one hundred million dollar kickback. (FOX News, July 2017)

EVALYN FINNEY

Sandpoint

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