By Robert A. Vella
Barr’s letter on Mueller rpt
Many people are already jumping to conclusions about the Mueller report on Russian collusion during the 2016 election even though we don’t know anything about what it actually says. While the public’s frustration is perfectly understandable, such conclusions are both premature and unwarranted at this point. Until the report is released in full, final judgment should be withheld. If it is not released, then Americans have every right to be outraged. Government secrecy is not an option because it would be widely perceived as an official cover-up.
We must keep in mind the following:
- That Mueller’s report should address whether or not 1) any Americans engaged in a criminal conspiracy with Russia to affect the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, 2) any Americans willingly or unwittingly assisted the Russian effort (i.e. collusion), and 3) whether or not the president and/or…
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