Americans have spoken out, overwhelmingly, in favor of a full public release of the report made by Robert Mueller in the case of alleged Russian “collusion” surrounding the 201 presidential election.
It isn’t just We The People either. The President, along with much of Congress and Attorney General Bill Barr himself are in favor of transparency as well.
After all, this was one of the most profound federal investigations in the history of our country, not to mention that it was funded by us, the taxpayers, as well.
AG Barr has already committed to the public release of a redacted version of the report by mid-April, but, for some, that wasn’t enough.
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Congressman Eric Swalwell is one of those who isn’t satisfied by the tentative timeline.
When asked if he would consider using subpoena power to uncover the entire Mueller report, Swallwell told MSNBC’s Joy Reid the following:
Swalwell responded, “Yes. The president is outnumbered now, in that the voters gave us a balance of power over these abuses of power. They gave us that subpoena power this past November. So, we’ll subpoena it. But we’re also confident that, if we have to go to the courts, that, because of the judicial precedent that already exists through the Watergate litigation, that that’s also on our side, too.”
For many opponents of the President, AG Barr’s four page summary of the lengthy Mueller report was insufficient, and shocking to say the least.
After 22 months of investigation, Barr and the Department of Justice revealed that Mueller hadn’t found sufficient evidence to charge the President with a crime – something that the democrats and the mainstream media into s frenzy.
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