I highly doubt it, too.THE NATURE OF OUR POLITICAL DISCOURSE is that nobody ever needs to admit error because it is easy to confine oneself to strictly partisan precincts where people are far more interested in hearing what advances their agenda or affirms their beliefs than they are hearing the truth. For that reason, I doubt that anyone who spent the last three years pushing utterly concocted conspiracy theories will own up to it, let alone confront any accountability or consequences for it.
Yep - we all remember the last 3 years of damning event after damning event being publicized in the pro-Democrat news. Now we're going to be asked to believe that all that was about was that it can't be "conclusively" or "clearly" shown that Trump didn't try to obstruct justice? LOL.But certain facts will never go away no matter how much denial they embrace. The sweeping Mueller investigation ended with zero indictments of zero Americans for conspiring with Russia over the 2016 election. Both Donald Trump, Jr. and Jared Kushner – the key participants in the Trump Tower meeting – testified for hours and hours yet were never charged for perjury, lying or obstruction, even though Mueller proved how easily he would indict anyone who lied as part of the investigation. And this massive investigation simply did not establish any of the conspiracy theories that huge parts of the Democratic Party, the intelligence community and the U.S. media spent years encouraging the public to believe.
https://theintercept.com/2019/04/18/rob ... ated-them/Those responsible for this can refuse to acknowledge wrongdoing. They can even claim vindication if they want and will likely be cheered for doing so.
But the contempt in which the media and political class is held by so much of the U.S. population – undoubtedly a leading factor that led to Trump’s election in the first place – will only continue to grow as a result, and deservedly so. People know they were scammed, that their politics was drowned for years by a hoax. And none of that will go away no matter how insulated media and political elites in Washington, northern Virginia, Brooklyn, and large West Coast cities keep themselves, and thus hear only in-group affirmation while blocking out all of that well-earned scorn.
Yep - indeed. Everyone knows what this was.
Hang your hat on the argument that Mueller didn't prove that Trump is innocent. That is, at bottom, what you're doing. Declaring victory because the investigation didn't conclude that Trump "clearly" did not obstruct justice. Of course, the report didn't conclude that Trump "clearly" did obstruct justice, or even "vaguely" obstructed justice. Both are correct.
Call me when someone does provide facts which do clearly show that Trump committed a crime. Can we at least agree that the Mueller report did not conclude that Trump/Campaign committed a crime related to the 2016 election? Can we agree that the Mueller report did not conclude that there was evidence of a crime sufficient to indict anyone in the Trump campaign regarding the 2016 election? I mean, if your answer to either of those two questions is answered "no" then the next question would be where in the report did they so conclude?