It’s the most infamous report since the “The Starr Report” was released to Congress on September 9, 1998 of Independent Counsel Ken Starr’s investigation into former President Bill Clinton’s sexual misconduct inside the Oval Office during his tenure, which ultimately led to his impeachment.
Liberals would love to see that happen to President Donald Trump with the recently released “Mueller Report,” that found no collusion between he and the Russian government to influence the 2016 General Election. But that’s not going to stop them from studying it through a magnifying glass hoping to find something others missed.
And that’s why you’ll never believe what Hollywood just did with the “Mueller Report” on Monday night.
The moment Attorney General William Barr released the redacted version of Independent Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report – officially entitled “Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election” – to Congress and the public, liberals clamored and pored every page.
The documents findings and conclusions were ambiguous at best. Republicans, like Barr, admitted they couldn’t adequately prove or prosecute for Obstruction of Justice but also emphatically denied any connection between President Trump’s campaign and the Russian government.
While liberals believe there is undeniable proof there were ten instances of Obstruction that were undeniable. It’s a classic case of narrative bias.
Whatever side of the political spectrum you’re on, it doesn’t matter because the “evidence” in Mueller’s Report is flimsy at best and would never hold up in a court of law. On to the next important American problem that needs fixing, right?
Not so fast. Hollywood refuses to let it go; they refuse to accept the circumstances that the United States has bigger fish right now.
The 9pm EST stream was called “The Investigation: A Search for the Truth in Ten Acts,” and was featured on the Law Works website, rather than any big network on television – probably because big networks had more important things to air.
The Hollywood acting cast featured actors like Justin Long, Piper Perabo, Michael Shannon, and Zachary Quinto, Sigourney Weaver, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander, John Lithgow and Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill.
Of course, it had a strong liberal agenda. Law Works is an organization specifically designed towards liberal propaganda.
According to Variety,Law Works caters “to bipartisan voices to make sure that the public is educated on the Mueller investigation among other issues in American politics. Their goal is to share resources and stories from experts to shed light on important developments based on the rule of law, making sure that neither Congress nor the American people consider themselves above the law.”
“The Investigation: A Search for the Truth in Ten Acts” is a project from playwright, screenwriter, and actor Robert Schenkkan, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1992 for “The Kentucky Cycle” and a Tony award for “All the Way” in 2014. He has also picked up Emmy nominations for his HBO limited series “The Pacific” in 2010.
You probably didn’t watch it but most people didn’t given the caliber of actors and the fact it was streaming on a liberal site rather than on liberal television.