CNN Trump-Russia Conspiracy Theorists STILL Sitting Outside of Mueller’s Office
It’s over, but CNN just won’t go home.
The Democrats and their stenographers at CNN melted down after AG Bill Barr released a 4-page summary on Mueller’s report Sunday confirming Trump’s camp did not conspire with Russia during the 2016 presidential election.
Mueller’s team interviewed 500 witnesses and issued 2800 subpoenas in an investigation that spanned over 675 days with a total of 19 high-powered lawyers — and found no crimes.
CNN ran nearly 2,000 stories on Robert Mueller’s inquisition — what are they going to talk about now?
Trump-Russia collusion conspiracy theorists from CNN were still in front of Mueller’s office Monday morning even though his report on the President is finished and concluded Trump did not conspire with the Russians during the 2016 election.
CNN has been hanging out around Mueller’s office for months — and they’re still there.
CNN crime reporter Shimon Prokupecz tweeted Monday morning, “Our CNN stakeout team still at work spotted Mueller reporting to work this morning.”
Our #cnnstakeout team still at work spotted Mueller reporting to work this morning.
— Shimon Prokupecz (@ShimonPro) March 25, 2019
After nearly two years of investigating President Trump and his associates for so-called ‘Russian collusion’ during the 2016 election, Mueller delivered a report to the Justice Department last Friday.
Reporters were staked out and stalking Mueller at his office all day awaiting a glimpse of him on Friday.
On Friday, NBC reporter Hans Nichols tweeted, “Introducing the Mueller Stakeout Index (MSI) – a indicator of a potential Special Counsels report delivery. Moderately high reading this AM”
Introducing the Mueller Stakeout Index (MSI) — a indicator of a potential Special Counsels report delivery. Moderately high reading this AM. pic.twitter.com/N70auw2HoB
— HansNichols (@HansNichols) March 22, 2019
And CNN is still there…