Special counsel Robert Mueller had one last piece of business to wrap up.
This case ended up before Brett Kavanaugh and the rest of the Supreme Court Justices.
And Kavanaugh shut the door on the Mueller probe for good by handing President Trump this huge win.
Back in January, John Roberts stopped a lower court order against an unidentified foreign company which was holding them in contempt for not answering Robert Mueller’s grand jury subpoena.
The lower court handed down a $50,000 fine for each day the company failed to comply with Mueller’s request.
This company – which is identified as a foreign entity – claimed that the lower court violated U.S. law and threatened the nation’s foreign policy by issuing the contempt order.
“The D.C. Circuit broke from the FSIA’s text, this Court’s precedents, other circuits’ holdings, and the longstanding rule in America and abroad that one sovereign may not exercise criminal jurisdiction over another,” the mystery company argued.
“If left to stand, the ruling would wreak havoc on American foreign policy — possibly alienating U.S. allies, undermining diplomatic efforts, and inviting reciprocal treatment abroad for American agencies and instrumentalities.”
The Trump administration urged the Supreme Court to reject this argument.
And the Supreme Court agreed.
Brett Kavanaugh and the other Justices rejected the company’s appeal.
This could very well be the final act of the Mueller probe.
Mueller submitted his report and closed up shop by announcing there were no existing indictments under seal, nor that his office would pursue any new indictments.
Given that fact – as well as the fact that a foreign company is the entity in question and will likely never comply with any requests – means this Supreme Court order is the final act of the Mueller probe.
The Mueller probe ended with a whimper.
Mueller found no evidence of collusion.
Mueller did not make a determination on the question of obstruction of justice, but did confess that there was no underlying crime actually being investigated.
That admission means the Mueller investigation itself was illegal.
Department of Justice regulations stipulate that the Attorney General must identify an underlying crime for a special counsel to investigate.
Mueller flat out admitted that threshold was not met.
This sorry chapter in American history is now over.
But the American people have not received closure.
That’s because none of the rogue actors in both the Deep State and fake news media have been held accountable.
Many Americans believe the FBI agents that used fake news to frame the President of the United States for being a Russian agent should be investigated and prosecuted.
Fair-minded Americans also believe the fake news anchors and commentators that purposefully lied to their audiences about this hoax should be fired.
But will anyone be held accountable?
With the Supreme Court closing the book on the Mueller investigation, that question is open for debate.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.