Read the Mueller report

The taxpayers of this country have paid for special counsel Robert Mueller's report on the interference into the 2016 election and whether or not the Trump campaign participated in illegal activities during and after the election. Volume 1 of the report definitively affirms that Russia did interfere through social media and offers to the campaign for dirt on their opponent. Twenty-three Russians were indicted. Campaign manager Paul Manafort is currently serving time at Riker's. Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI regarding the coverup of hush payments made for Trump during the campaign.

I'm currently reading Volume 2 of the report, which focuses on whether or not Trump and his actions while president obstructed justice by firing FBI Director James Comey and not filling out questions asked of him by the special counsel and eight other possible actions that were considered to be on grave concern.

As a taxpayer and concerned citizen, I would encourage you to at least attempt to read this report. Yes, it is long and it is very detailed. It's 428 pages of deep and thorough investigation, much of which is still ongoing. We should all be prepared to contact our elected officials to express our concerns about the upcoming election which the current administration has refused to protect and who has admitted he would take dirt on an opponent if given to him by a foreign government - a criminal act, according to our constitution.

You can obtain a free copy of the Report on and the Audible App.

Bonnie Boyce



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