The Mueller Report Is Finished And Here’s Everything We Know

Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election has concluded and Mueller has submitted his report to Attorney General William Barr. Attorney General Barr submitted a letter to congressional leaders telling them he will consult with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller to determine what information he can release to Congress and the public, although Barr says he could brief them on principal conclusions as soon as this weekend.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, and a host of other Democrats are calling for Mueller’s full report to be made public.

Releasing a full report (or as much as possible without comprising any classified intelligence) would be in keeping with past Special Counsel reports:

While the end of Mueller’s investigation means no new indictments are expected (including sealed indictments), we still don’t know what the report says.

And we don’t know what will become of the Southern District of New York’s investigation into Trump’s activities will yield.

What we do know, is how many crimes and shady operations Trump and his cronies have already been implicated in.

Or put another way by basically everyone on Twitter:

And we also know how Trump and his Republican allies, including the right-wing propaganda machine that is Fox News, will react:

So I guess we’ll all just have to sit tight until there’s any additional information available.

h/t: CNN