Sources claim that the pending report by special counsel Robert Mueller will contain no new indictments, no condemnation of the President, and be a disappointment to the public.
The Associated Press notes that presentation of the Mueller report into alleged collusion between the Trump administration and Russia will occur “any day now.”
Analysis from ABC News Jonathan Karl, however, indicates associates of the President will face no new criminal charges, while Trump himself will not be rebuked.
“Sources familiar with the investigation believe there are no more indictments coming from the special counsel,” Karl reports, and as such, nobody will face public reprimand based on Justice Department policy.
Karl notes that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein provided a letter to Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley last June which lays out a roadmap for what to expect from Mueller’s investigation.
— Eyewitness News (@ABC7NY) March 22, 2019
“Punishing wrongdoers through judicial proceedings is only one part of the Department’s mission,” Rosenstein said in his letter. “We also have a duty to prevent the disclosure of information that would unfairly tarnish people who are not charged with crimes.”
Karl, months ago, said his sources were telling him the investigation will most likely be “anti-climactic.”
Additionally, NBC News reports that without any new indictments, the public may never know details of what the special counsel found in their investigation, meaning “millions of Americans may be sorely disappointed.”
CNN, Ex-CIA Chief John Brennan Hardest Hit
CNN hosted a panel to discuss the pending Mueller report that seemed to be operating in an alternate reality.
A panel including former White House counsel John Dean and journalist Garrett Graff repeatedly mentioned new indictments in their pwn analysis.
“I think that more indictments are coming, and I think they’ll be broad-based and there’ll be a general conspiracy indictment,” Dean surmised.
Graff, seemingly concurred, noting that new indictments could drop around the same time as the release of the Mueller report.
“I think that more indictments are coming, and I think they’ll be broad-based and there’ll be a general conspiracy indictment,” former White House counsel John Dean says of the Mueller probe https://t.co/J8oiIbOayy pic.twitter.com/8Mroc7MYjw
— CNN (@CNN) March 22, 2019
“If I’m the White House counsel, I’m not worried about the report itself,” Graff stated. “I’m worried about whether there’s going to be another set of indictments that come either parallel to the report or just before the report comes in.”
Meanwhile, former director of the CIA and current Twitter troll for the extreme left, made wild accusations that Mueller would complicate the President’s life both financially and politically, possibly hinting at further indictments.
Hmmm…your bizarre tweets and recent temper tantrums reveal your panic over the likelihood the Special Counsel will soon further complicate your life, putting your political & financial future in jeopardy. Fortunately, Lady Justice does not do NDAs. https://t.co/ktFRevlOcd
— John O. Brennan (@JohnBrennan) March 20, 2019
These sources claiming there will be no new indictments and the public will be disappointed, if correct, are going to send Brennan and CNN’s reporters into an apoplectic fit.
MSNBC’s Katy Tur Runs Cover
In yet another impressive display of journalistic malpractice, MSNBC’s Katy Tur is already running cover for Democrats should the Mueller investigation provide no new evidence of collusion.
“They’ve already come up with quite a bit, regardless of whether there or not there is direct collusion or conspiracy found between Donald Trump or his campaign and the Russians,” Tur claimed.
Sorry, dear. That’s not how this works. You don’t hold a trial for an alleged murderer, provide no evidence of murder, and then walk away saying ‘well, he’s guilty because they found some people around him that once jaywalked.’
Meanwhile, President Trump, possibly sensing Mueller has nothing has been brazenly insisting the report be released.
“Let it come out, let people see it,” the President told reporters. “Let’s see whether or not it’s legit.”