Analyst expects Mueller probe to flame out

Thursday, October 18, 2018
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Robert Mueller new picA public policy analyst is convinced the Mueller investigation ultimately won't find any evidence of collusion with Russia.

According to Bloomberg Reports, Special Counsel Robert Mueller (pictured) is expected to issue findings on core aspects of his Russia probe soon after the November midterm elections as he faces increasing pressure to either produce more indictments or shut down his investigation.

Abraham Hamilton III, general counsel and public policy analyst for the American Family Association, weighed in on that latest news during an appearance on American Family Radio.

"... If there were any evidence of collusion, you would have gotten it by now," said the former criminal prosecutor. "It certainly would have been a tool used in order to sway the popular opinion prior to these midterm elections."

But Hamilton fully expects that regardless of Mueller's report, Democrats and their willing partners in the media will continue with the collusion narrative.


"Even though there's no evidence of collusion, that hasn't stopped the MSNBCs and the CNNs and the Democrat establishment members from talking about collusion non-stop as if it is a real thing," he continued. "And so they will continue to speak about it. But I do think it's running out of steam ... [I mean] how long can you continue an inexhaustible investigation of no evidence?"

Mueller took over the Russia investigation almost 18 months ago. Thus far more than two dozen indictments or guilty pleas have resulted.

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