This Week in the World Affairs Brief

THE MUELLER REPORT

Attorney General Bill Barr released a redacted version of the Mueller report this week, filled with more of the sophisticated innuendo and false intelligence that defined this false “investigation” that was really just an excuse to solidify the manufactured notion that Russia interfered with the US election by colluding with the Trump campaign. While it failed to find anyone in the Trump administration or any American guilty of collusion, it did make the most of the Trump Tower meeting with a Russian lawyer which was a set up to entrap the president. Although Mueller could not find any prosecutable evidence of Trump obstructing justice, he still makes the spurious legal determination that he could not exonerate Trump either—which is not the proper legal prerogative for this investigation. Mueller simply crafted this tainted legal opinion to leave the door open for Congress to impeach the president on obstruction charges, but they do not pass legal muster. In the final analysis there were no unexpected bombshells that clearly lead to a path for impeachment, but the details do allow the Democrats and Deep State journalists to continue attacking the president from now until the next election. This week, I’ll expose the major errors in the report as well as the slick innuendo that exposes the bias of Mueller and his team. To receive a one-time free sample copy of the brief, email us at editor at worldaffairsbrief.com

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