Today’s paragraph comes to us from the latest commentary by Conrad Black, writing for nationalreview.com. It concerns the farcical “investigation” being run, endlessly, by robert mueller and his band of Democrat staffers (not one Republican among them):
The almost unnoticed fact in the latest Democratic assault on the Trump administration is that it is based entirely on charges of confusion, the circus, incoherence, and nastiness. These themes never have to be hammered very long before the faithful take up the incantation about impeachment, but these aren’t impeachable, even if the charges were true. The Resistance has abandoned the accusation of impeachable offenses. The media barely noticed Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s acceptance of written answers to questions about collusion, or Rudolph Giuliani’s assertion that there would be no discussion of obstruction of justice, that there has been no obstruction, and that if Mueller thinks he has evidence of any, he should present it. Everyone now knows that the entire Trump–Russian collusion argument was a complete fabrication on the basis of the Steele dossier, which was a pack of lies from A to Z, and, of course, was commissioned and financed by the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign, through a law firm and Fusion GPS. In terms of ingenious political treachery, Mrs. Clinton and her entourage scored an immense success in subverting high levels of the intelligence agencies and the Justice Department and FBI to pursue this canard with the zeal they did.
My only dispute with Mr. Black is his contention that “Everyone now knows that the entire Trump–Russian collusion argument was a complete fabrication”.
No, everyone doesn’t know this. Based on the facts, everyone should know it. And most people might if mainstream media had not degenerated into a clearinghouse for partisan Democrat propaganda. But since that is what these media have become, all too many people still think the mueller star chamber is investigating something related to what it was formed to look into.
That aside, I award Conrad Black Paragraph Of The Day honors, for so clearly, concisely, summing up the reasons this is such a complete farce.
I only wish it reached more people.