Before you sit back and smile smugly about all of this, Ms. Hall, I think it would be prudent for you to look at the most recent developments in this conflict, which is not over by a long shot. There has been a strong rebuttal by the researchers on Mueller’s team regarding the paucity of relevant information in the Atttorney General’s little 4-page note encapsulating his findings in Mr. Mueller’s 400-page (It’s gone up from 300 now… if you aren’t aware) exhaustive report on the 2016 campaign of Mr. Trump. The lawyers and investigators who supported Mr. Mueller are saying that the Attorney General has left out MUCH of what was included in the Mueller Report, because it has made Mr. Trump “uncomfortable”. Well, I don’t doubt that, in the least! They are launching a lawsuit, along with the House of Representatives (and I think there are a couple others in the works) to force the release of Mueller’s report to the American People.
This whole issue is not resolved, Ms. Hall, and there will be more coming out. If We the People are successful and win the day, we will have Mr. Mueller’s Report to read for ourselves when this is done. And at that juncture, Ms. Hall, I think the matter of Mr. Trump’s complicity in the Russian matter of meddling with the 2016 election will be laid bare.
Ultimately, We the People have an opportunity to remove this President from office in 2020 — I feel strongly that we need to know the truth, the whole truth, So Help Us, God… and that we act accordingly afterwards.
Your conclusion that there was no “Collusion” is premature, Ms. Hall. I suggest you wait for the story to play out, and then, if you have the courage, and the energy, to read 400 pages of testimony, argument and revelation about this most dreadful campaign (in which I do NOT think Mr. Trump is blameless), then you can make grand pronouncements about whether the uproar here is ridiculous, or not.