Now that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has turned in his final report regarding the Trump campaign and alleged collusion during the 2016 presidential election, the nation should finally be able to move on from all things “Russia.”
At least, one would assume.
Hold my beer, say Democrats.
Heck, liberal Congressman Adam Schiff (D-CA) has already vowed to keep investigating – and he might even try to subpoena Mueller.
Check out what MSNBC host Joy-Ann Reid has to say about the subject.
To her, it’s all a big cover-up.On MSNBC this morning, Joy Reid talked with her panel about what Attorney General Bill Barr will ultimately do now that he’s reviewing the full Mueller report, even suggesting possible “seeds of a cover-up.”
In a segment first flagged by The Nation‘s Aaron Maté, Reid asked if there’s “any reason to have any confidence in William Barr here.”
Former Watergate prosecutor Nick Akerman said, “So far so good. The letter says all the right things, and he’s really adhered to the letter of the regulations, which is good.”
«It feels like the seeds of a cover-up are here.» —@JoyAnnReid just now on MSNBC.
— Aaron Maté (@aaronjmate) 23 марта 2019 г.
The fact that this investigation takes place within the Justice Department, which Donald Trump essentially controls, and that he got rid of the problem, Jeff Sessions, who––the one decent thing that he did was just recuse himself. This guy is not recused. It feels like the seeds of a cover-up are here.”
Considering Mueller and his team did everything in their power for two full years to tear down Trump and everyone in his circle, it seems pretty far-fetched that a “cover-up” was at foot.
That much should be obvious.
A 2020 Democrat presidential candidate appeared on Joe Scarborough’s MSNBC program.
He then announced he wanted to give every American $1,000 a month.
How would it work?
Heh, well, Andrew Yang has the answer…
Scarborough: “I applaud that. What is the price tag, you’re a numbers guy. What’s the price tag of giving every American $1,000 a month?”
Yang: “Well, we’re spending $1.5 trillion to Americans around the country, but you have to look around us. Who are going to be the big winners from AI and new technologies? The big winners are going to be Amazon, Google, Facebook, Uber.”
Scarborough: “Rhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDo_ocwKBrU&feature=youtu.beight. But I’m just — I’m curious because I actually entered politics because I was concerned about the national debt. Do you know actually what the price tag would be paying every American $1,000 a month?”