Democrats hoped that former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s testimony before House committees would bring his 448-page report on President Trump to life on video, because most Americans didn’t read the book. Instead, Democrats wound up reading the report to Mueller, who — in most cases — gave short answers, and referred them back to his written report. As a movie, the Mueller testimony flopped. Meanwhile, Republicans planted seeds of doubt about the political motives behind the two-year investigation into Russia’s election interference, and possible obstruction of justice by Trump. Rep. John Ratcliffe, R-TX, among others pointed out that Mueller’s claim that the “president was not exculpated” or “exonerated” flipped the presumption of innocence which lies at the heart of the American justice system.
President Trump “resigned” his Attorney General, Jeff Sessions. Scott Ott asks Bill Whittle what took him so long? Bill doesn’t think Sessions got fired because he recused himself from the Russia collusion probe. What’s the real reason? Bill Whittle Now is one of the ways that Members at BillWhittle.com keep the conversation about bedrock principles […]
President Trump orders the Justice Department to release secret documents related to the Russia probe, including the surveillance of Carter Page, and text messages from James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and Bruce Ohr. ‘Bill Whittle Now’ captures Bill’s hot takes on current events — unscripted, uncut.