As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News offers the following opinion editorial written by Michael Goodwin and published by NYPost.com:
Now that special counsel Robert Mueller has completed his investigation, it is tempting to breathe a sigh of relief and assume that our long national nightmare is over. Resist the temptation, the assumption is false.
We are not close to the end. Not by a long shot.
The article goes on to state the following:
In fact, I believe the last two years, as traumatic as they were, will prove to be the easier part of the nightmare, because Mueller dealt only with whether Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign conspired with Russia to swing the election. Based on what we know so far, especially that no more indictments are coming, it appears that Mueller’s answer is no, there was no collusion or obstruction of justice.
If true, this is an enormous vindication for Trump, who insisted all along that he had done nothing wrong. Supporters were understandably in a celebratory mood, with some saying on Twitter that it felt like 2016 election night all over again.
Meanwhile, Trump’s vindication is a devastating rebuke to Democrats and their media handmaidens, all of whom insisted his guilt was guaranteed. Their legacy is that they ruined their own credibility, and their continuing efforts to destroy him by innuendo and investigation can only add to their disgrace.
For them, too, Friday night was like a repeat of Trump’s election victory.
Oh, to be a fly on the wall at Hillary Clinton’s house.
But even as we learn the details of what Mueller found, there remains a giant black hole about the very origins of the FBI investigation that led to his appointment in the first place.
In his opinion editorial, Goodwin outlines questions that still remain, on the roles of disgraced former FBI director James Comey, many within the FBI and the Justice Department, former President Barack Obama and his entire administration.
He also raises questions about former CIA director John Brennan, former national intelligence director James Clapper and Obama’s national security adviser Susan Rice.
Goodwin concludes with the following:
Unlike the Mueller probe, which ranged too far and took too long, this investigation should be focused on credible allegations against Clinton and top officials of the Obama administration. And it must be completed before the 2020 election so voters can know the whole story of what happened in 2016 and the early days of the Trump presidency before they vote again.
Then, and only then, can we say that our long national nightmare is over.
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