[Ed. – Right now the country is enjoying prosperity of previously unimagined proportions.Imagine how much better life in America would be right now if Republicans had contained control of the House.]
If anyone not named Donald J. Trump were subjected to this new prosecutorial standard, it would occasion widespread consternation.
The last thing the world needs is more of Robert Mueller’s commentary, but Congress is determined to have him hold forth at a public hearing.
It’s not as though we don’t already have the special counsel’s version of events. He mustered enormous investigate resources and took two years to write a 400-page report that is available to the public and presumably carefully written (although not necessarily carefully thought through).
That should be enough for Mueller to stand on, and enough for Congress to make a decision to impeach or not impeach, or otherwise dispose of the matter as it sees fit.
Instead, Mueller is going to be asked to expand on his already-expansive report that not only blew through Justice Department regulations, but inverted the long-standing burden of proof in the Anglo-American legal tradition.