They won't change any minds so who cares?
But I wonder - why would it be a colossal mistake? How are they possibly going to be punished for questioning a special prosecutor on the genesis of his appointment? Polls show that a plurality of Americans want to move on now that Mueller has finished his investigation. So who exactly is going to look petty by bringing him in front of the House committees?
Or put another way - how is questioning Mueller on the genesis of his appointment any more damaging than bringing him in front of House committees in the first place, to question him on why he punted on obstruction? Because THAT'S why the Democrats are bringing him in.
You've got some myopic shades on there, dude.
It'll be another attack the messenger situation. Republicans will try to tear down Mueller, Democrats will go rabid after anything to make Trump look bad.
We've seen this before. Unless there's something bi-partisan they can agree on, this will be a goat rope.
I actually don’t think they’ll do that. The report already essentially says there was no “there” there, which of course I said all along in this thread...
I think they’ll ask questions about what evidence he was working from at the beginning
But if anyone stands to lose here, it is the Dems who demanded his appearance in the first place. They are going to want to know why he whiffed on obstruction and the tendency there is going to be less than amicable.
If the GOP reps turn up the burners on him that would be very stupid. I don’t think they’ll go full bore
Remember - unlike Reek and others .... most Americans want to MoveOn
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