After two-years of non-stop coverage and the Democrats’ total obsession with the special counsel’s Russia-Trump investigation, Speaker Nancy Pelosi largely dismissed the probe Wednesday; saying Americans are more interested in “kitchen table issues” than Robert Mueller’s report.
Speaker Pelosi says people are more concerned about "kitchen table issues" than the Mueller report. https://t.co/EV23RuIIz5
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) April 17, 2019
“Speaker Pelosi says people are more concerned about ‘kitchen table issues’ than the Mueller report,” writes MSNBC.
Pelosi’s comments come just 24 hours before the Attorney General plans to release a redacted version of the report to Congressional leaders, sparking feverish speculation regarding the hot-button material.
BERNIE ON MUELLER: ‘I Want the Whole Damn Report’
Vermont Senator and 2020 Democratic front-runner Bernie Sanders weighed-in Sunday evening on Robert Mueller’s final conclusion there was “no collusion” between the Trump campaign and Russia; saying he “wants the whole damn report.”
“I don’t want a summary of the Mueller report. I want the whole damn report,” posted Sanders on social media.
I don’t want a summary of the Mueller report. I want the whole damn report. https://t.co/VU1oNfBMK0
— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) March 24, 2019
Bernie’s comments come just hours after the special counsel concluded his two-year investigation into the Trump campaign; telling DOJ officials there was no evidence of “collusion” during the 2016 race for the White House.
ERRORS OF THE ERA: Flashback to the Mainstream Media’s Anti-Trump EPIC FAILS Throughout 2017
The mainstream media and destroy-Trump press are in a total meltdown following Robert Mueller’s final conclusion of “no collusion” over the weekend; conveniently ignoring an entire year fueled by Russia-collusion hysteria.
The Washington Examiner compiled a list of the media’s worst errors early last year; highlighting their non-stop assault on the Trump administration and those closest to the President’s inner-circle.
“Chalk it up to bias, sloppiness, or sheer panic in response to the election of Donald Trump, but the bottom line for 2017 is that there was a shocking decline in the quality and reliability of political journalism,” reports the Examiner.
“We defend ourselves by trying to convince the public that our mistakes are actually a virtue because we (sometimes) correct them. Or we blame Trump for why we’re getting so much wrong. It’s a little bit like a police officer taking someone to jail for DUI, then driving home drunk himself: he may be correct to arrest the suspect, but he should certainly know better than to commit the same violation,” adds Sharyl Attkisson.
Read the full list at the Washington Examiner.