Now that the full redacted Mueller Report is out, the media has entered an all out conspiracy theory mode as they are trying to push the narrative that the report is evidence that President Trump needs to be impeached.
Shortly after the report was released, Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow gave an interview with MSNBC’s Brian Williams. At one point, Williams asked how Attorney General Bill Barr could have possibly come up with the conclusion that the Trump campaign did not collude with Russia.
“My first question, I’m afraid, is going to verge on plain English,” Williams started. “Where did the attorney general get off with that characterization this morning, including four mentions that there was no collusion? What document was he reading, compared to the one we’re left with?”
Sekulow replied, “Well, page two of the document says, ‘The investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign coordinated with the Russian government in its election of interference activities.’ So it’s right from the document itself.”
Williams wasn’t done with embarrassing himself. “Have you read part one?” he asked.
The Exchange was pretty intense. Take a look:
Williams isn’t the only unhinged Democrat who isn’t taking the findings from the Mueller report very well.
Prior to Attorney General William Barr’s press conference on Thursday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unleashed on the Attorney General, claiming that he has lost all credibility.
Pelosi wasn’t the only Democrat in congress to unleash on Barr. On Thursday, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler held a press conference where he announced that impeaching the president was “one possibility” however it is too early to tell.