"Much as I hate to say it, this morning’s hearing was a disaster. Far from breathing life into his damning report, the tired Robert Mueller sucked the life out of it. The effort to save democracy and the rule of law from this lawless president has been set back, not advanced." Lawrence Tribe
I am 79. Mueller is 75. I recognize the symptoms of degenerative old age. He looked very much today like someone who was too old to have accepted the role of Special Counsel in the blackhearted campaign to unseat Trump and restore the momentum of the globalist unifying revolution. He was not at all in command of the document, his document, a document that will be his major legacy in history. He fumbled around endlessly and had to be told over and over again where to look in his own report for materials referred to by questioners. Particularly sad was his exchange with a Democrat congresswoman who had been a career policeman and chief of police in Orlando Florida. She tried repeatedly to lead him to the paragraph she wanted to talk about and she just could not manage it.
Trump is a boorish, rude, specimen typical of New York commerce and its leadership and perhaps of the city itself, but I agree with his economic and immigration policies and will continue to do so unless he caves in to his enemies in these matters. In the ME he has shown himself to be the servant of Israeli imperialism and the anti-shia hatreds of the murderous Gulf Arabs. And then, of course, there is the matter of his neocon helpmates.
Nevertheless, the Democrats tried once again today to make something out of very little. The American electorate is watching. pl