For many, many months, I wrote articles suggesting that the Mueller probe would never end — that thousands of years from now, there would be nothing left but cockroaches, the Rolling Stones, and the Mueller investigation.
But in March, I got the shock of a lifetime. To quote John Wayne, I’ll be a suck-egg mule — it was over.
As it turned out, however, it was #FakeNews.
It continues. And continues. And continues.
The Left can’t let it go.
Somehow, they’re going to determine that the Trump presidency is invalid.
On Wednesday, Mueller appeared at two congressional hearings to discuss something you may never have heard of: his investigation into Trump/Russian collusion related to the 2016 election.
So what were the thoughts of those in Trump-taunted Tinseltown? Let’s take a look-see.
As it turns out, Who’s the Boss actress Alyssa Milano has an interest in the goings-on of American politics.
She seemed to suggest Trump should’ve been indicted (OLC = Office of Legal Counsel):
Lieu: “The reason you did not indict Donald Trump was because of OLC opinion stating that you could not indict a sitting president, is that correct?”
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) July 24, 2019
Outspoken anti-Trumper John Cusack (who starred in Identity, which I recommend) eschewed yesterday’s collusion for the trendier obstruction:
— John Cusack (@johncusack) July 24, 2019
SNL alumnus and frequent Adam Sandler actress Rachel Dratch appeared to approach the Mueller hearings with a bit of dread:
The act of looking forward to the Mueller hearings as if anything will come of it feels like having lunch with an ex that you are hoping to get back together with.
— Rachel Dratch (@TheRealDratch) July 24, 2019
Cheaper By the Dozen’s Piper Perabo used the opportunity to inform:
OLC is the Office of Legal Council. It assists the Attorney General as legal advisor to the President.
OLC policy tells Mueller a sitting President can't be charged with a crime.
So if a President commits a crime, Congress must use the power of impeachment. #MuellerHearing
— Piper Perabo #StayHome (@PiperPerabo) July 24, 2019
Maria Shriver defended the DOJ special counsel:
Could it be we are simply witnessing a man with deep integrity who is cautious with his words and that we are comparing his style to the way people scream and yell today? Could this be two different styles, two different generations? #MuellerHearing https://t.co/PDavuVLyfx
— Maria Shriver (@mariashriver) July 24, 2019
Ron Howard’s post particularly impressed me. How about you?
#MuellerHearing I’m hoping this is widely viewed with open minds by all interested citizens and voters so we don’t have to depend entirely on pundits and social media for analysis
— Ron Howard (@RealRonHoward) July 23, 2019
Yvette Nicole Brown of Community gave Republican Rep. Louis Gohmert a bit of “In your face!”
#Mueller’s “I take your question.” is the only way I will be replying to the shrill and irrationally disgruntled from now on. 😂
— yvette nicole brown (@YNB) July 24, 2019
James Van Der Beek impressed me, too. I agree, with regard to both sides of the aisle:
Attn: pundits: The impact of the whole Mueller investigation has less to do w/ this president than The Presidency, and what behavior we’re okay with down the line. The only worthwhile conclusions are ones in which you could swap Obama for Trump & still stand by them. Thanks!
— James Van Der Beek (@vanderjames) July 24, 2019
Rosemary’s Baby star Mia Farrow attacked The Donald. Obstruction! She also appears to have the inside track on exactly what happened. She even kept count:
You have zero credibility. And soon it will be clear to all that you did in fact obstruct justice – at least 10 times #MuellerTestimony
— Mia Farrow (@MiaFarrow) July 24, 2019
So there’s a roundup. Not half bad.
And not half radical — maybe some in Hollywood are over Mueller mania, too.
What are your thoughts — on the tweets, but also the hearings? Let us all know in the Comments section.
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