Special counsel Robert Mueller is on thin ice.
His rigged witch hunt is wrapping up and anti-Trump forces in Washington are waiting to see if he will deliver a knockout blow to the President.
And now the fake media does not want you to know this one fact about Mueller and his investigation.
Mueller is not the only one investigating possible Trump-Russia collusion.
The Senate Intelligence Committee led by Chairman Richard Burr of North Carolina has also been quietly – but thoroughly – digging in to the 2016 election.
Chairman Burr sat for an interview with CBS News where he announced that after two years and 200 witness interviews on multiple continents he could confidently say there was no evidence of Russian collusion.
If Americans missed this bombshell, it was not their fault.
The fake news media did their level best to bury this crucial information.
CBS News buried the information in the 86th paragraph of a 120 paragraph story reporting:
Still, over time, rumors of a growing friction between the two began percolating on Capitol Hill. They suggested that, for as much discipline as its leadership had demonstrated, the committee was fated to reach an impasse on the same question that had divided other inquiries: was there collusion?
For now, Burr appears to have arrived at his answer. “If we write a report based upon the facts that we have, then we don’t have anything that would suggest there was collusion by the Trump campaign and Russia,” he said.
The finality of Burr’s assertion was jarring — but he had said a version of it before. He told Fox News in September that the committee had found no “hard evidence” of collusion, though new information could still come to light.
The only reason this investigation – as well as all the other witch hunts including Robert Mueller’s – exist was to find evidence of collusion.
That was the paragraph one lead in every news story about the various Russia witch hunts the last two years.
You can bet your bottom dollar that if investigators turned up Donald Trump being in the same room as a Russian in 2016 – let alone evidence one of his associates colluded with the Russians – that would be the banner headline plastered on every media outlet across America.
But since the Senate Intelligence Committee followed the facts and reported that there was no evidence of Trump-Russian collusion, the media wants to bury that truth.
That way, the American people will still believe this is a real investigation and they can invest countless hours of cable news programming and inches of newspaper column speculating that Robert Mueller is bound to turn up the smoking gun any day now and that Donald Trump will soon be driven from office.
If anything, their clearest evidence of collusion is the symbiotic relationship between the fake news media and the Mueller investigation.
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