Fox News: David Bossie: The political weaponization of our justice system and intelligence community can’t be ignored

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation is over and his findings conclude that the Trump campaign and Russia did not coordinate, conspire, or collude to help President Trump defeat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election. Furthermore, Special Counsel Mueller also declined to pursue obstruction of justice charges because the president was not involved in any underlying crime. In his letter to Congress, Attorney General William Barr stated that the Mueller report found no evidence that constituted “obstructive conduct.”

In short, after 22 months, 2,800 subpoenas, 500 search warrants and 500 witness interviews, the special counsel came up with absolutely nothing. This investigation – which wasted tens of millions in taxpayer dollars – will be remembered for producing the biggest goose egg in American history. The President of the United States has been completely vindicated.

Not only did Attorney General Barr’s letter to Congress tell us what the Mueller team investigated, but by omission it also gave us clues as to what wasn’t investigated. At this moment, it appears that Special Counsel Mueller did not consider the illegal activities and dirty politics that paved the way to his appointment in the first place.

The political weaponization of our justice system and intelligence community that occurred in 2016 and 2017 must not be swept under the rug. The American people deserve an honest and complete investigation – not for political payback as the liberal media is trying to frame it – but because the allegations are too serious to ignore. Tens of millions of Americans are expecting answers about the failed soft coup attempt against our duly elected president that just played out before our very eyes. It’s a good sign that Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham is planning to do a thorough review of it all on Capitol Hill.

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