So Robert Mueller testified today.
I don't think it ended up being a very big deal, really.
It wasn't as damning as the left is making it out to be, and it wasn't as absolving as the right is making it out to be.
But I think it's good the guy reinforced Russia's interference in the election. I think that's an important note. And I think he actually did a pretty good job at being unbiased.
Did the Mueller testimony change your mind about anything, be it the allegations that Trump obstructed justice, that Russia meddled in the 2016 election and would try again in 2020, or that it's all just a mud-flinging shitshow?
Anon provided a very good link outlining the whole story:https://www.lawfareblog.com/muellers-testimony-baton-passes-congress
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