Robert Mueller is issuing indictments, but is he indicting the right people? A roundup of editorials Wednesday takes a look at the issue.
Opinions from the right:
1. Silly Russian ads didn't swing voters; federal coverups did
From The Hill: Sure, we should take action against the Russians, but what about the leaders in this country?
.@sarahcwestwood on Mueller indictment: "It certainly weakens the collusion argument substantially because here you have a major piece of the puzzle when it comes to Russian interference." #FoxReport pic.twitter.com/ZK4tHdvvYf— Fox News (@FoxNews) February 18, 2018
2. Mueller gets his ham sandwich, doesn't lay a glove on Trump
From The Washington Times: Russian President Vladimir Putin's job was to sow distrust and he did it well.
Trump is exonerated by Mueller indictment of Russians https://t.co/YKZu8vR4dL by @KenCuccinelli pic.twitter.com/CZLePSAO1o— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) February 20, 2018
3. Why didn't Mueller indict Hillary & the Dems?
From The American Spectator: Robert Mueller's investigation of Donald Trump's campaign would have never happened had the Democrats not for the controversial Steele Dossier which was the basis for asking for a warrant to spy on those close to the president.
The left congratulates Putin on his choice of Trump to help divide America.
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