Special Counsel Robert Mueller never thought it would end like this.
When Mueller began his rigged witch hunt against the President, all of Washington was sure impeachment was within his grasp.
Instead, Megyn Kelly pointed out the one truth that had Mueller running for his life.
Democrats, fake news reporters, and Never-Trump Republicans pinned all their hopes and dreams of ridding themselves of Donald Trump on Robert Mueller and his gang of angry Democrat prosecutors.
Mueller – whose controversial tenure running the FBI won him the trust of the Washington swamp – assembled a dream-team of partisan pit bulls.
Every selective leak from the special counsel’s office or redacted court filing raised the expectations that, any day now, Mueller would produce evidence of treasonous Trump-Russia collusion.
But eventually, it became time to put-up or shut-up.
And as rumors swirl that Mueller is about to finish his investigation, the anti-Trump resistance has begun to chew on their fingernails as the panic sets in.
Mueller – despite his best efforts to frame the President and his associates – has not indicted anyone for conspiring with the Russians on a scheme to rig the election.
And as time runs out, liberals increasingly fear Mueller will never bring such charges.
Megyn Kelly highlighted this reality on social media.
Kelly retweeted a piece written by the Washington Examiner’s Byron York entitled, “Resistance rattled by no collusion talk.”
York has long been a skeptic about the Russian collusion conspiracy theories.
Unlike other so-called “journalists” on CNN and MSNBC, or the Washington Post or New York Times, York paid attention to the facts and followed them wherever they led without bias clouding his judgment.
York wrote his piece in response to the meltdown from the left over the reports that the Senate Intelligence Committee – endorsed by both Democrats and Republicans – had concluded there was no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
This is bad news for Mueller.
If Mueller closes up shop without indicting anyone on the Trump campaign for conspiracy with Russia, he will lose all of his good standing with the Washington swamp.
Mueller was appointed by Deep State agent Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein with the expectation that he would not fail.
Now the tea leaves of Mueller’s investigation – as well as the Congressional investigations – suggest that the idea of Trump-Russia collusion is every bit the hoax President Trump has spent the last two years claiming it is.
Kelly sharing York’s article also raised eyebrows.
After NBC dumped her, many media reporters assumed Kelly would try and find a way back to Fox News.
But since she left under the cloud of her feud with President Trump, her return did not seem possible.
Some speculate that Kelly could be trying to rehabilitate her image with Fox’s conservative audience by pointing out the obvious truth Robert Mueller doesn’t want anyone to know about.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.