Mueller’s Nothing Burger-WeAreChange
THE TRUTH ABOUT MUELLER,
TRUMP & RUSSIA Have you been looking for a rational, nonpartisan explanation of what took place at yesterday’s congressional hearings with special counsel Robert Mueller? If so, you are in luck because, unlike most media covering the testimony of the man tasked with investigating President Donald Trump’s alleged collusion with Russia, I’m not beholden to a special interest or political party or particular side of the left-right divide.In this video, I note the left is focusing on a remark Mueller made in which he said he did not fully exonerate President Trump. The right, on the other hand, is focusing on matters like whether information about the feds’ pre-dawn raid of Roger Stone was leaked to CNN.As many observers have pointed out, it is true that Mueller refused to answer many questions during his congressional testimony. And at the end of it all, I had to conclude the hearings amounted to a giant nothingburger, which is something I have been saying all along about the Russian collusion narrative. Hopefully we can now shift our focus to issues that actually matter, such as…To what extent should government be involved in our lives?If you ask Bernie Sanders, government should be involved in almost every aspect of our lives. With regard to our paychecks, Bernie argues vigorously that workers should earn a minimum wage of $15.Also in this video, I discuss what has transpired in the battle between Bernie Sanders and his campaign workers who — go figure — were making less than $15 an hour. Likewise, I reveal why Ricky Gervais is being called a transphobe and how that ties back to the human rights tribunal hearing in Canada on the waxing of a woman’s male genitalia. Yes, you heard that right!!Plus I get into a couple more issues that really do matter, one being the status of the U.S. dollar as the world reserve currency. Now even JP Morgan is warning about the end of the dollar as the world reserve currency. Lastly, the protesters in Puerto Rico have showed that taking to the streets against actual government corruption is something that works. Puerto Rico’s legislature is now launching impeachment proceedings against the governor. Maybe Americans fighting in the streets of the mainland over petty issues will take note of this.