- Apr 21, 2005
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Mueller (and his report) pretty clearly states that Trump obstructed justice but Mueller was unable to prosecute/do anything about it according to the Constitution. That's congress' job.I understand your commitment to this idea. You guys have a lot invested in Trump being a criminal. B
it's not happening. Even the Dems we're convinced Mueller would determine the president committed a crime. The least optimistic were we're convinced that Trump Junior and or Kushner would be convicted of a crime. Neither of those guys, nor Steve Bannon were indicted much less convicted, and nothing prevented Mueller from charging them.. Whatever inuendo he wants to pitch about the president himself, he had nothing on these guys so why stop?
At the end of the day, if you believe he committed a crime, impeach him already.. But that's not happening either, because the Dems know it's a fruitless excercise..
As for Trump re-election, the only path I see is if Come, Strzch and page are convicted of some crime related to the FISA warrant. I think that is less likely than impeachment being successful..
The only reason that impeachment is a probably fruitless effort and thus hasn't started yet is because the GOP senators are spineless and won't do their civic duty.