Robert Mueller was tasked with the awkward, if not outright impossible mission of creating a crime that never happened. Worse, his very mission was conceived and prompted by his protege, James Comey, in order to justify, or cover up, what appears to be a conspiracy of historic proportions. Everything that has happened since is all a reverse engineering operation to legitimize an unethical and perhaps illegal government intrusion into a Presidential campaign. So many lines have been blurred, bent and crossed, that an exhaustive review is not only onerous, it’s an exercise in futility.
A year ago, I preached that patience would be required for Trump supporters to weather this storm. Historical reviews of Deep State wars indicate that tactically they tend to prefer a game of graduated incrementalism. It’s rarely an outright assault of bombshell reports, and the like; rather it tends to be a nuanced series of volleys, massaged and interpreted by the compliant media on both sides. The names have changed, as have the media’s control of the narrative, but the general rules are the same. With all the talk about white hats and black hats, the predominant color hat in DC is actually gray. Just when you think you know the truth, or any part of it, a new twist appears. It’s maddening to those new to beltway intrigue. Social media and instant “news” has proven to be a rogue element for both sides. Simplification should be our goal, not complex hypotheses created from pure speculation.