Helen of Troy is known to those who study ancient history as the “Face The Launched A Thousand Ships,” while Hillary Rodham Clinton is known to those who study contemporary history as “The Face That Launched A Raft Of Bull****,” and out of that raft of bull****, with the aid and assistance of some of the very best architects the Democrats could scrounge up from the ranks of the Democrat party to be sure of their loyalty, the Democrats fabricated the most elaborate House of Cards this nation has ever seen in all of its history, to cover over Hillary Clinton’s dirty dealings with the Russians to make Mother Russia stronger at the expense of the United States of America, and now that the bull**** the Democrats used as glue to hold their House of Cards together is drying out with age, and the House of Cards is coming tumbling down around their ears as we, the American people, get to watch the sick and silly show in real time with technicolor and surround sound, and here I am referring to a CNN article entitled “Mueller to testify publicly on July 17 following a subpoena” by Jeremy Herb and Manu Raju on June 25, 2019, where we were treated to the following BLOCKBUSTER NEWS, to wit:
Robert Mueller will testify before Congress on July 17 after House Democrats issued a subpoena for his appearance, a move that paves the way for a reluctant special counsel to answer questions publicly for the first time about his 22-month investigation into President Donald Trump.
The House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees announced Tuesday that Mueller had agreed to testify after they issued subpoenas for his testimony, and Mueller would appear in public before the two panels next month.
“Americans have demanded to hear directly from the Special Counsel so they can understand what he and his team examined, uncovered, and determined about Russia’s attack on our democracy, the Trump campaign’s acceptance and use of that help, and President Trump and his associates’ obstruction of the investigation into that attack,” House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler and House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff said in a joint statement.
And of course that statement from Schiff and Nadler that “Americans have demanded to hear directly from the Special Counsel” is itself pure horse****, as can be expected from those two clowns, as we can see by going back to a poll in The Hill on 12/19/2018, where we had as follows concerning the Mullet and his report, to wit:
In a new Hill.TV/American Barometer poll released Friday, 58 percent of registered voters said they believe that Mueller’s inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is unbiased, while 42 percent characterized the probe as biased.
As might be expected, the results were split largely along party lines.
Of respondents that identified as Republicans, 77 percent said they think the Mueller probe is biased and designed to hurt the president while only 23 percent saw the investigation as fair.
Democrats were even more lopsided in their support for the special counsel.
Eighty-seven percent of those surveyed who identified as Democrats called Mueller fair with just 13 percent describing him as being biased.
Independents continue to view Mueller positively with 60 percent saying he is unbiased and 40 percent saying the opposite.
“The polls are remarkably consistent on Mueller and the job that he’s doing on the Russia investigation,” Karlyn Bowman, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute told “What America’s Thinking” host Joe Concha.
However, it is possible that public confidence in him may wane over time, she added.
“What I think we’re beginning to see just little hints of is fatigue with the investigation and we’ll be watching that going forward, but at this point, he has strong support for continuing the investigation and he seems to rise above politics in Washington right now.”
So, as of 12/19/2018, some six months ago now, the American people were already showing signs of fatigue with the Mullet and his report, and today, as we shall see, that has the Democrats panicking, which then takes us to an article in The Hill on 5/7/2019 entitled “Pollster: Mueller report publication had little effect on public opinion,” where we have as follows:
The publication of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report about the circumstances surrounding Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election has not significantly changed public opinion about President Trump and the investigation as a whole, pollster Mallory Newall said Tuesday.
“Some Americans are always going to care, but they have cared already.”
“They have cared long before the Mueller investigation and question about [Trump’s] finances.”
“Other Americans are going to believe that — they don’t trust the media.”
“They don’t trust what they are saying, and they believe the president.”
“This is not an issue for them,” Newall, the research director at Ipsos Public Affairs, told “What America’s Thinking” host Jamal Simmons.
“It speaks to which tribe you are listening to, and which tribe you belong to,” she said.
Fifteen percent of respondents to an Ipsos/Reuters survey conducted in April said the Mueller report had changed their minds about the Trump campaign and/or Russia’s involvement in the presidential race, while 70 percent said that the Muller report did not change their mind.
“I think what it shows, more than anything, is the deep political and tribal splits right now,” Newall added.
And then we have an article from CNBC entitled “Not innocent, not guilty, no consensus’ – The Mueller report has not changed Americans’ minds about Trump and Russia: NBC/WSJ poll” by John Harwood published May 5, 2019, which informs us as follows concerning who cares about the Mullet Report today, to wit:
So far, at least, release of the Mueller report hasn’t changed public opinion about President Donald Trump even a little bit.
That’s the conclusion of the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, taken following public dissemination of a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s findings on Russian interference in the 2016 election and potential obstruction of justice since then.
Fully eight in 10 Americans say they’ve heard the news, but virtually no minds changed.
“The public has reached a hung jury,” said Democratic pollster Peter Hart, who conducts the NBC/WSJ poll with Republican counterpart Bill McInturff.
“Not innocent, not guilty, no consensus.”
Twenty-nine percent say Mueller has cleared the president of wrongdoing, the same proportion who had predicted that before the report’s release.
A 42% plurality says Mueller did not clear Trump, while 29% remain unsure.
Nor have numbers moved on the matter of potential impeachment by Congress.
Just 17% say enough evidence exists for the House to begin impeachment hearings, virtually identical to responses to the same question in March.
Another 32% want Congress to continue investigating and decide on impeachment later.
Taking those two together, that means 49% want Congress not to drop the issue.
A matching 48% has heard enough to say flatly that the House should not pursue impeachment.
So that is hardly conclusive that “Americans have demanded to hear directly from the Special Counsel,” and what it really shows is that it is a minority of Americans who really care at this point in time what the Mullet has to say that has not already been said over and over and over a hundred times now, as the Democrats flog the bejaysus out of this dead horse in a futile effort to get it to run faster, out of desperation, which takes us to a NEWSWEEK article entitled “WHO REALLY CARES ABOUT MUELLER REPORT? NEW POLL FINDS ONE-THIRD OF VOTERS DON’T EVEN KNOW WHO WILLIAM BARR IS” by Daniel Moritz-Rabson on 4/18/19, as follows:
Almost one-third of registered voters had not heard of Attorney General William Barr days before a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report was set to be released to Congress and the public.
Thirty percent of 1,005 people interviewed in a Fox News poll said they had never heard of Barr, who has been at the center of a political firestorm surrounding Mueller’s investigation since he was sworn in two months ago.
The poll, which was released on Wednesday evening before a Thursday morning press conference about the report, seemed to hint at a political divide in the country.
“Dear Hyperventilating Beltway Folks, Please note the strong showing of ‘Never Heard Of.'”
“This is where most normal people are on this story,” Dante Chinni, the director of the American Communities Project at George Washington University, tweeted.
Barr’s release, last month, of a summary of the Mueller report similarly evoked concerns among Democrats that the attorney general was protecting the president.
The summary said that Mueller did not conclude that either Trump or his associates had conspired with Russia to sway the 2016 presidential election, and while the evidence was insufficient to determine whether Trump had obstructed justice, the report did not exonerate him.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi harshly described Barr’s summary.
“We don’t need you interpreting for us.”
“It was condescending, it was arrogant, and it wasn’t the right thing to do.”
“So, the sooner they can give us the information, the sooner we can all make a judgment about it,” she said last month.
At a news conference on Wednesday night, House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler accused Barr of operating in a partisan manner by briefing the White House on the contents of the report before offering a version to lawmakers.
“The central concern here is that Attorney General Barr is not letting the facts of the report speak for themselves, but is trying to bake in the narrative about the report to the benefit of the White House,” Nadler said.
And that essential background brings us back to the CNN article entitled “Mueller to testify publicly on July 17 following a subpoena” by Jeremy Herb and Manu Raju on June 25, 2019, to wit:
Mueller’s testimony is poised to be the most-anticipated congressional hearing in years, and represents a huge moment for House Democrats who have wrestled with whether to dive into a politically divisive impeachment process following the Mueller investigation and White House stonewalling of congressional probes.
And there we have it, people!
Can you just imagine it – the Mullet’s testimony is poised to be the most-anticipated congressional hearing in years, and it represents a huge moment for House Democrats who have wrestled with whether to dive into a politically divisive impeachment process following the Mueller investigation!
Why, this is even bigger than the Beatles coming on the Ed Sullivan Show or Woodstock, people!
A once in a lifetime opportunity, so be sure to not miss it.
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