Special counsel Robert Mueller completed his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election on Friday, delivering a report that signals the end of the long-running inquiry that loomed over the first two years of Donald Trump’s presidency.
Late on Friday afternoon, multiple news outlets broke the story that Mueller had recommended no further indictments in his report.
A senior Justice Department official has told CBS News that Mueller is not recommending any further indictments. The Justice Department also confirmed that the “principal conclusions” of the report will be made public.
Many liberal outlets had a hard time to report the news that there is no indictment and the whole stuff was a huge witch hunt!
One of them is ABC liberal reporter Mika Brzezinski she could not control her shocked reaction as she read an ABC report that “no more indictments are coming from the special counsel.”
BRZEZINSKI: “Meanwhile, ABC News citing sources familiar with the investigation reporting that no more indictments are coming from the special counsel. The report also highlights a letter from Deputy Attorney general Rod Rosenstein, suggesting because the president has not been charged, he is unlikely to be condemned in Mueller’s report.”
Watch Mika Brzezinski realize what she’s reading about there likely won’t be any more indictments from the Mueller investigation. 😂 pic.twitter.com/zjUj0NcXb1
— Andrea Ruth (@AndreaNRuth) March 22, 2019
Brezinski also posted a link on Twitter at 5:40 p.m. EDT to the Instagram post with the message, “That’s all. #mood“
— Mika Brzezinski (@morningmika) March 22, 2019
This reminds me of election night 2016.
Liberals are losing their minds again!
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