America used to be the land of baseball and apple pie, but Democrats have found a new favorite pastime for the American people. They like to spend their time and your taxpayer dollars conducting pointless hearing after pointless hearing. A prime example of this is when the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees questioned Robert Mueller about his infamous report. It was a nonstop spectacle of open-ended questions designed by Democrats to invite baseless speculation by Mueller against President Trump.
A letter to Mueller from the Department of Justice emphasized the longstanding Justice Department policy not to discuss people who have not been charged with a crime. That means Mueller should not have been discussing President Donald Trump, who has not been charged with any crime. Yet, all of America could see the anti-Trump drama play out on their own TV screens. Just because Mueller was not authorized to talk about Trump does not mean there weren’t questions that should have been asked and answered. Thanks to the Democrats’ softball questions, the real mysteries of the Mueller investigation may never be solved. Let’s take a moment to think about what should have been asked at the Mueller hearing.
The first question Mueller should have answered is how much taxpayer money he wasted on his multiyear investigation into non-existent crimes. Remember, the funds used for this leftist charade is money that can no longer go to fix infrastructure, support our military veterans, or fund our beautiful national parks. That doesn’t even count the collateral damage Mueller imposed on others in the course of his rampage.
A recent report says that Lieutenant General Michael Flynn, a man who spent decades serving our Nation in the Army, incurred at least $4.6 million in legal fees due to Mueller’s investigation. Gen. Flynn was the victim of an unusual sting operation where the since-discredited Peter Strzok oversaw the interrogation of Flynn. This is really shady stuff, but you didn’t hear anything about it in Mueller’s testimony. It was a sham from the very beginning. It’s time for the American people to let Congress know they have better things to do with their time and our money.