Russia Russia Russia: Mueller Plans To Release Initial Findings After Midterms

If there was anything to actually see, you can bet it would come out prior to the midterms. And if we see zero leaks, you know that it is all a big nothingburger, one which has been hanging round for two years (via Twitchy)

(Bloomberg) Special Counsel Robert Mueller is expected to issue findings on core aspects of his Russia probe soon after the November midterm elections as he faces intensifying pressure to produce more indictments or shut down his investigation, according to two U.S. officials.

Specifically, Mueller is close to rendering judgment on two of the most explosive aspects of his inquiry: whether there were clear incidents of collusion between Russia and Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign, and whether the president took any actions that constitute obstruction of justice, according to one of the officials, who asked not to be identified speaking about the investigation. (snip)

With three weeks to go before the midterm elections, it’s unlikely Mueller will take any overt action that could be turned into a campaign issue. Justice Department guidelines say prosecutors should avoid any major steps close to an election that could be seen as influencing the outcome.

That suggests the days and weeks immediately after the Nov. 6 election may be the most pivotal time since Mueller took over the Russia investigation almost a year and a half ago. So far, Mueller has secured more than two dozen indictments or guilty pleas.

And most of those indictments have zero do with RRR. Many are of old “crimes” and process crimes. And, really, all based on manufactured evidence, such as the dossier, and Democrat caterwauling. If this wasn’t political, the investigation would have been shut down over lack of any evidence. And, regardless of DOJ guidelines

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5 Responses to “Russia Russia Russia: Mueller Plans To Release Initial Findings After Midterms”

  1. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:


    A senior FinCEN employee, Natalie Edwards, was arrested and charged with leaking Suspicious Activity Reports from banks relating to Manafort, Gates and other topics.

    Better hurry, Bobby!

  2. Mangoldielocks says:

    20 to life. Seriously. If either a democrat or a republican cant be president with half of the federal government trying to sabotage them then this country is in far worse shape than I suspected. I had no problems with Obama going after leakers. In this particular case the press was coordinating their efforts to get the woman to perform illegal actions. The press is complicit and is NOT protected by the 1st amendment in this case.

    Now if someone steals the info and sends it to the press then the press is not complicit and are according to supreme court rulings able to publish said documents.

    As for the Mueller probe he will most likely come out a week before the election and say INDICTMENTS ARE COMING meaning everyone will think Trump is going down to try and alter the elections and then after the elections they will probably indict a page for congressman tutu from Hawaii for putting a turd in the GOP’s punch bowl.

  3. Mangoldielocks says:

    I said this from day one. MUELLER is a huge BUDDY of the BUSH’s and BUSH and company are globalists and hate trump with a passion. They would do anything to take trump down. Its why the left agreed to Mueller in the first place. They know he has a serious hard on for taking down trump who ruined the family dynasty and taking the rightful nomination away from Jeb who had something like 200 million already stashed away for his HEIR APPARENT run at the White House.

  4. Mangoldielocks says:

    So far, Mueller has secured more than two dozen indictments or guilty pleas.

    AND NOT A SINGLE ONE OF THESE has tied Trump or his campaign to anything nefarious. This is a witch hunt. I would surmise that if you turned a special counsel lose on ANY member of congress, senator or Bush or Obama they would come back with a boat load of indictments.

    There is a reason why we dont do these things. If you go serve 2,4,6 years in government and end up serving 20-life afterwards no one will ever want to go to Congress. Its a shame because its an unwritten rule for both sides that you dont LOCK HER UP after so much evidence points to every reason to lock her up.

  5. Dana says:

    Our esteemed host wrote:

    If there was anything to actually see, you can bet it would come out prior to the midterms.

    Because of the law, he cannot release in such a manner that it would impact the elections, but if there’s there there, count on it leaking the Sunday before election day.

    “Process crimes?” This is why you should never, ever talk to the FBI! One bit of confusion, and you have lied to federal agents, which is a crime. Better to simply say, ‘Nope, I’m exercising my Fifth Amendment rights, and not saying diddly to you.’ The only case in which it is safe to talk to law enforcement is when you have witnessed a crime by people completely unknown to you.

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