The purview of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation was supposed to be alleged interference by Russia into the presidential election of 2016.
While we have learned a lot about what President Donald Trump and his associates did or did not do, how much have we learned about actual Russian interference?
Brit Hume has two questions.
Two questions still unanswered after the Mueller investigation: how does the Russian effort to interfere in the 2016 election compare with its efforts in past elections and what, if any difference, did the efforts make in the election’s outcome.
— Brit Hume (@brithume) June 2, 2019
One would think these would have been the most pressing issues looked into and addressed by Mueller and his team.
Basic contextual information conveniently omitted by Mueller.. https://t.co/DeNtWIPrpM
— AmericanNationalist (@Airdisplacer) June 2, 2019
After explaining to everyone that he believes Trump is not-not guilty, Mueller has now resigned his post.
After 35 million we still don't know https://t.co/NUeeJYtlin
— Toni J Johnson (@tonij19) June 2, 2019
Sorry. But he was focused on other objectives https://t.co/4gfN5CntOs
— Crude Hauler (@CIOontheGo) June 2, 2019
John Brennan said Russia was trying to change the outcome of the election “in their favor.”
Well my, my my… #Brennan : “When Russians were trying to interfere in the 2016 election and to change the outcome of it ‘in their favor,’ the #CIA and the #FBI worked very collaboratively to see what #Russia was doing and who they were working with." https://t.co/MXmkKtSrlL
— Kevin Corke (@kevincorke) May 25, 2019
So, did they?
And what actions did the Obama administration take in response to these revelations?
In short … what happened?