"While this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him,” the Mueller report infamously stated.
That one line served as fodder for the left to say that while Mueller's report didn't find evidence of Russian collusion, Trump's claim of "complete and total exoneration" was erroneous.
Let's compare that line to what Inspector General Michael Horowitz said on Wednesday about his report that allegedly found "no evidence of bias" by the FBI in their investigation of Trump's campaign. Horowitz said, “The activities we found here don’t vindicate anyone who touched this.”
Well, I'll be... sounds an awful lot like what the Mueller report said of Trump, doesn't it? Meanwhile, if you were paying attention to Horowitz's testimony, you probably noticed that Horowitz acknowledged that the FBI continued to spy on Carter Page, even after being informed he was actually a CIA informant. They also went back to the FISA court repeatedly after having this knowledge to have their investigation reauthorized, and withheld information, effectively lying to the court.
Oh yeah, and an FBI lawyer literally altered a document with fraudulent information in order to justify the FISA court to renew the investigation.
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