Levin on Mueller


"“There’s no collusion, says the Special Counsel. That takes one sentence. It doesn’t take 200 damn pages. It doesn’t take $35 million dollars,” Levin said, referring to Vol. 2 of the report.

Despite the Democrats warning of a "Saturday Night Massacre" like President Nixon during Watergate, President Trump never asserted executive privilege to prevent documents or people around him from talking to Mueller. He was an open book," Levin argued."  Levin

This is entertaining stuff.
Mark Levin, the ranter, looks to be approaching apoplexy in parts of this peroration on the dastardly natures of the Mueller Report and its principal author.
I find it hard to disagree with his points even though he bears a disturbing physical resemblance to "Chuck," the NY State Attorney General character now played by Paul Giamatti on the excellent TeeVee series "Billions."  One can only hope that Levin does not share poor "Chuck's" need for masochistic relief from the pressures of the empowered life.
This is fun.  You will enjoy.  I can hardly wait for Mueller's inevitable testimony before the House and Senate Judiciary committees. 




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One Response to Levin on Mueller

  1. JohninMK says:

    I suspect that Mueller will do all he can to avoid giving testimony as it would give some Republicans an interesting opportunity to open a few cans of worms.

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