Opinion: Mueller’s Testimony Will Show Us The Ways To Say There Was Collusion and Obstruction

Democrats are hoping that Mueller’s testimony on Wednesday will show us all the ways you can say there was “collusion” and there was obstruction.

In reality, there was evidence to show that Donald Trump’s campaign conspired with Russia to win the 2016 presidential election. Since then, Donald Trump has done everything imaginable and beyond that to obstruct the facts. read more

Adam Schiff Puts Barr On Hot Seat And Delivers A Chilling Message To Trump

House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) called out Attorney General Barr and warned Trump that he will be held accountable.

Schumer Blasts Mitch McConnell For Ignoring Mueller And Blocking Election Security Bill

Senate Democratic Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) blasted Mitch McConnell for ignoring Robert Mueller and blocking an election security bill in the Senate.

Robert Mueller Destroys Trump’s Claims Of No Collusion No Obstruction At Press Conference

Robert Mueller announced that he is stepping down as special counsel while destroying Trump's claims of no collusion and no obstruction.

Democrats In Talks For Mueller To Testify Within The Next Two Weeks

Democrats are in talks with Robert Mueller to get him to testify before the House Judiciary Committee within the next two weeks.

Maize Hirono Blisters Lindsey Graham For Opposing Mueller Testimony

Sen. Maize Hirono (D-HI) said that the investigation is not over, even if Lindsey Graham wants it to be over, as she called for Mueller to testify.

Sen. Hirono said on MSNBC’s All In With Chris Hayes, “Obviously it’s not over. Lindsey wants it to be over, but it’s not. For example, during his testimony, Barr kept characterizing the discussions he had with Mueller. That’s called hearsay. I like to hear from Mueller himself as to the conversation and what concerns he had about the four-pager that Barr put out. Mueller was so concern, and he asked Barr to put out the summaries that his team had put together. Barr refused to do that.” read more

What Frederick Douglass Can Teach Us about Reading the Mueller Report

Back in February 2017 at a Black History Month event, President Donald Trump regaled his audience with his insights about famous African Americans’ contributions throughout U.S. history. He identified Frederick Douglass as “an example of somebody’s who’s done a great job and is getting recognized more and more, I notice.” read more

Trump’s Language Makes Our Wise Founding Leaders Sound like Wise Guys

In short, the danger in Trump’s language is that, for the surprisingly impressionable national audience, he degrades our democratic processes and safeguards against tyranny by recasting the fundamentals of democracy as instead the coarse and brutish misdeeds of a dictatorial power grab.

Trump’s strange yet expected response to Mueller report heightens national security threat

Nonetheless, his complete lack of response and sense of urgency with regard to the first part of Barr’s summary detailing the plot and practices of Russian election interference still must worry us, whether or not his lack of response surprises us.

Mueller’s Rare Move Means Something Big is Coming Soon

Fed Prosecutor Honig on CNN

Former federal prosecutor Elie Honig said on CNN this morning that the statement by Robert Mueller that he is too busy to comply with a request to unseal redacted documents has revealed something big is in the works at the special counsel’s office. read more

Opinion: Second Mueller Report on Collusion Must Be Made Public

Under guidelines set out by the Department of Justice (DOJ) special counsel Robert Mueller must submit a report on his findings of criminal conduct to Attorney General William Barr. He may or may not release the so-called “criminal report” to Congress and to the public. read more

AP: House Dems Begin New Probes That Could End Trump’s Presidency

Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff

The Associated Press (AP) is reporting this morning that Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives are beginning several new investigations into Donald Trump as they prepare for “a post-Robert Mueller world.” read more

Bombshell: Cohen Testimony Will Show Trump Lied to Mueller About Collusion

Michael Cohen Testify

According to prepared testimony published by POLITICO, Michael Cohen today will directly contradict at least two written statements Donald Trump made to special counsel Robert Mueller last November.

Trump’s longtime personal attorney and “fixer” will testify on Wednesday that he was in the room when Donald Trump, Jr. informed his father about the infamous June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russian operatives. read more

Roger Stone Won’t Shut Up — Even If Judge Orders Him To

More than any other figure indicted by Robert Mueller so far Roger Stone loves to talk to the press. Like his longtime friend Donald Trump, Stone loves to be the center of attention. So one of his biggest fears is that the judge in his case — Amy Berman Jackson — will issue a gag order prohibiting him from discussing his case publicly or talking to the media. read more

Corsi Sues Mueller, the DOJ, the FBI, the NSA and the CIA

Jerome Corsi Ari Melber

Wacky conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi filed a lawsuit in Washington on Sunday against special counsel Robert Mueller, the Department of Justice, the FBI, the NSA and the CIA.

The suit alleges that Mueller and other federal agencies surveilled him illegally as part of the special counsel’s investigation into contacts between Russia and the Trump 2016 presidential campaign. read more

Opinion: Mueller Hints That Mike Pence May Be Indicted Soon

Mike Pence thought he could avoid controversy, and stay far enough away from Trump’s criminal scandals to inherit the presidency after Trump’s ouster. He even thinks that is God’s will.

The problem with this thinking is that it would mean Pence had to avoid not just controversy, but also criminal behavior. But it seems it hasn’t worked out that way. read more