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.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller, at his final press conference, implies Donald Trump is NOT not guilty of obstruction of justice, and leaves the door open for impeachment. Will Democrats take new hope from the implication that the only reason the Mueller report didn’t recommend charges against Trump is because a sitting president can’t be charged with a crime?
The House Judiciary Committee, on a party-line vote, subpoenas the unredacted Mueller report. Bill Whittle illustrates what real openness in government can mean. Will the Democrats’ demand backfire and hurt their own prospects in 2020 and beyond?
Bill Whittle says President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign should tout the Mueller Report — now out — as the keystone of his reelection effort. Bill actually recorded this hours before the report summary release by Attorney General William Barr.
Robert Mueller and Senate probes find no collusion between President Donald Trump and Russia, so House Democrats launch at least three new investigations of their own. Will this spell #winning for Democrats in the 2020 elections.
The Left lectures that “a woman must be believed” when she makes abuse allegations, but The Washington Post spiked the story of Dr. Vansessa Tyson’s charges against Democrat Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of Virginia. They said the story didn’t meet their journalistic standards, but what are their standards…beyond “elect Democrats”? Right Angle is a production […]
Michael Cohen, former attorney to Donald Trump, confessed to Special Counsel Robert Mueller that he lied at least three times to Congress about business deals involving the Trump organization and Russia. Do the Democrats finally have the material they need to bring down the president? Bill Whittle Now explores the lack of substance in the […]
As Democrats in the House prepare a barrage of subpoenas, investigations and even impeachment articles for President Trump and his administration, Bill Whittle Now dispatches their pet probe topics one by one. Bill Whittle Now brings hot takes on current events five days each week thanks to the members at https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register
Bill Whittle has no patience for the argument that Republicans should fight fair against Democrats who fight dirty. Asked about Trump’s former campaign manager turning state’s evidence, he straps on the battle gear. [:60 second clip] Watch the full episode of Bill Whittle Now: https://youtu.be/xOn258mU1-g Become a citizen-producer of shows like this: https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register
Democrats danced when former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort made a deal with the government to tell all. But even if he doesn’t implicate the president in anything illegal, could Robert Mueller’s slow-rolled investigation cripple Trump’s agenda, and prevent his reelection? Bill Whittle Now brings his hot-take as news breaks. Become a citizen-producer of shows […]
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.