Mueller Report to be Released/Delivered Thursday Morning…

According to the DOJ Attorney General William Barr will release the redacted version of the Mueller report on Thursday morning.

WASHINGTON – The Justice Department expects to make a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the Russia investigation public Thursday morning, a spokeswoman said Monday.

The redacted report would be sent to Congress and also made available to the public, spokeswoman Kerri Kupec said. (read more)

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82 Responses to Mueller Report to be Released/Delivered Thursday Morning…

  1. D-3 to DETONATION DAY.

    Liked by 9 people

  2. Wengair says:

    Call me when it actually happens. I’ve held my breath way too long already.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. gsonFIT says:

    Attorney General Barr should have made everyone wait till after Easter to release.
    In God we Trust.

    Liked by 7 people

  4. Maria Laurence (@mariall1995) says:

    The left will claim everything that’s redacted is evidence of collusion. These people are so predictable. But I don’t think Trump will lose any sleep over it.

    Liked by 14 people

    • Dutchman says:

      Yes, they don’t really WANT the whole report, they know darn good and well the A.G. can’t violate the law, 6e material.

      And, that “protect the privacy of innocents caught up in the investigation” is EXACTLY what they want.

      So, making the best of a bad situation, they will continue to infer that there are “bombshells”, and “obvious evidence of collusion” being consealed in the redactions.

      Predictable. How do you fight innuendo and rumor, and prove a negative?

      A lie will run around the world, before can get its boots on.

      Fortunately, this is a MARATHON, not a sprint.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        Well, for starters, we could begin releasing unredacted Stzrok/Page text messages. And then begin dribbling out other things like the original EC and the unredacted FISA requests. Things like that…

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  5. Paco Loco says:

    I wonder how many times they had to redact Obama’s and Hillary’s names?

    Liked by 15 people

    • Beau Geste says:

      As “innocent” people peripherally investigated who did nothing wrong and should not be embarrassed or lose their privacy, no doubt?

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    • G. Alistar says:

      Yeah, I wonder what is more likely….we will see the Obama Presidential Daily Briefing showing what he knew and when he knew about the FISA abuse his Administration was conducting on the Trump campaign or….IF we will ever see the 30,000 HRC emails which were bleach bit cleaned and hard drives her staff hammered into “smithereens.” ???

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  6. Derangement Syndrome says:

    Do we have to wait till the end of the IG report for the counter punch of total Declassification?

    Because you know there will be salacious and unverified material in the Muller dossier.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      “Because you know there will be salacious and unverified material in the Muller dossier.”

      There well could be but Mueller is taking a big risk because the SS Coup is taking on water ever more quickly.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Salacious is their currency in trade. Every indictment from Mueller was chock full of innuendo and hints of collusion w/o telling the proof of non-collusion, ending with no charges related to the storytelling.

      The Mueller Report will be a 400-page Lawfare Press Release.

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    • Salacious is their currency in trade. Every indictment from Mueller was chock full of innuendo and hints of collusion w/o telling the proof of non-collusion, ending with no charges related to the storytelling.

      The Mueller Report will be a 400-page Lawfare Press Release.

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    • Salacious fiction is Mueller’s stock in trade. Every indictment from Mueller was chock full of innuendo and hints of collusion w/o telling the opposing proof of non-collusion. The charges never aligned with the storytelling.

      The Mueller Report will be a 400-page Lawfare Press Release.

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  7. Z says:

    The article actually said that there was no evidence that the Trump campaign was spied on.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Yrah, saw that. Didn’t pull punches or hedge its bet. Stated categorically there was NO evidence of spying on Trump campaign.
      Now, there WAS authorised survellence of Carter Page, during and after he left the campaign.
      And the lieing fake news continue to double down.
      Pity the poor volonteers, working the suicide prevention hotlines, on the second week in Nov., 2020.
      They are gonna have their hands full!4

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    • GB Bari says:

      His (PDJT’s) long-asserted accusation — though not supported by evidence — that his campaign was spied upon….

      C’mon people.
      This article was on TDS-infected NBC.

      Which, IMO, now stands for
      Nothing
      But
      Crap

      If this was 1776, IMO, NBC (like most other MSM networks) would have reported the founders and the Declaration of Independence as white supremacists creating their Manifesto. Seriously.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      That article reads like an Op-Ed. They aren’t even trying to hide their bias anymore. lol It’s just so pathetic. It’s like the last gasp, one final attempt to convince the public that Trump is working for the Russians. 🙂

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  8. Drogers says:

    We were only interested in serving our country blah blah blah ….
    President Trump did this wrong blah blah blah ….
    President Trump did that wrong blah blah blah ….
    Lastly, we found everything hunky dory w/ the FBI/DOJ and especially the Obama WH; where it was all done by the book blah blah blah ….

    Sincerely,
    Bob and the Crew

    *still, I’ll have a fresh bowl of popcorn ready

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  9. TigerBear says:

    Lol So……the congress jackals won’t be able to manipulate then hide what the report contains as the public will have the report available too. Love it! 👍🏽👍🏽

    Liked by 4 people

  10. Brant says:

    Of course we know from cnn (crap news network) and Cuomo that we aren’t supposed to read it. They will tell us what is in it.

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  11. technerd55 says:

    If there were anything remotely damaging to Trump it would have been leaked by now. The redactions allow the Dems to give the appearance that there is more that we need to see. The landing of this report will resemble a watermelon on concrete rather than the nuclear explosion everyone in DC was hoping for.

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  12. Beau Geste says:

    Because mueller was charged with finding foreign collusion to affect the 2016 election, I’m certain he will report the Hillary/DNC/Perkins coie/Fusion collaboration with foreigner Steele and Russian sources to attack candidate Trump. I mean, it was clear collusion with the British, Australians and Russian collaborators, so he couldn’t possibly miss it, could he? Mueller was empowered to investigate even peripheral crimes of foreign collusion, so should report on the Ohrs, and FBI bias in working with foreign influencers, paid millions of dollars by the DNC and Hillary campaign.

    Hillary’s “foundation” is known to have received $140 million from the Russians, so Mueller MUST have looked at all Russian influence to help Hillary win, because of all the money the Russians paid, to protect their investment in Hillary.

    So if Mueller is an honest, unbiased investigator, all this foreign collusion will certainly be reported in detail !! I can hardly wait.

    Or will Mueller just report on President Trump’s effort to stop Mueller from investigating Mueller’s investigation of the Hillary/DNC/foreign collusion?

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    • SAM-TruthFreedomLiberty says:

      That’s what the REx/Wictor/BrianCates crowd assumes since a long time.
      They say Team Trump and Barr baited D’s into releasing it and it will expose Democrat collusion..
      (They attack Sundance btw. for denying that)

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Should have put a “sarc” tag on. I don’t actually believe the mewler team is an unbiased honest team intent on finding Hillary/DNC/british/Russian efforts to affect the 2016 election.

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        • Chewbarkah says:

          And the publicly known part of the authorization was for investigating collusion of the Trump campaign and the Russians. Hillary, DNC, Democrats, are not mentioned except as victims. Logic would suggest that Mueller should have examined the origins of the accusations (Hillary/DNC/CIA/British Intel, and it will be interesting to see if the Report even addresses that.

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          • Beau Gest says:

            They had to investigate the “Pee Pee Dossier”, which came from hillary/DNC/fusion/British/Russian australian conspirators. They knew it was crooked. They were empowered to investigate it. Mewller ignored this clear foreign-russian attack on a presidential candidate, while his authorization scope prevented any other investigation of the british-russian DNC/hillary/fusion conspiracy. It was an evil enterprise. Mewler is a biased cop.

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      • Zorro says:

        They also believe that’s it’s ridiculous to think Jessie Liu is a deep state swamp rat.

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    • richard verney says:

      I do not think that Mueller has officially looked at anything that Fussion GPS/HC?DNC did.

      We have not yet seen his terms of reference. If his terms of reference are narrow, he can get away with not investigating that aspect, however, if his terms of reference are wide and would encompass that aspect of Russian interference in the election, then Mueller will come into a lot of criticism for partisanship if he ignored/declined to investigate that aspect of the interference in the 2016 election.

      Too early to say; we have not yet got the report, nor seen his terms of reference. No doubt, time will tell, but I am bored of waiting so I hope that we get on with it soonest. In fact I consider the terms of reference should be released together with the publication of the redacted report so that one can put the report in its proper context.

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  13. Scott says:

    Ill be out hiking so I will miss the hoopla.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Jeff says:

      Fellow hiker is interested in where you’re going hiking. I did The Big Thicket in East Texas a couple of weeks ago. All day long, I saw only two people, and one of them was in the parking lot before trail head. Touchdown!

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  14. GSparrow says:

    The conniving Dems will obviously be looking for anything they can treacherously manipulate into alleged “Obstruction” by Trump and by Barr for any redactions.

    This is arguably the most outrageous and hypocritical performance this era of Dems have ever given on the Political stage. There is a plethora of evidence that would convince any unbiased and rational person to conclude there has been a vast cover up or deliberate efforts to Obstruct Justice by the Obama Dem holdover Deep State officials that includes hiding or redacting inculpatory evidence, making hasty exonerations, handing out immunity deals like candy to one side only and numerous other methods to obstruct.

    sundance’s article “The Corruption and Influence of Jessie K Liu…” is one cogent example that is filled with questionable actions and behavior that look like real obstruction to me that requires a thorough impartial investigation.

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    • jbowen82 says:

      Although Sundance uncharacteristically missed the key fact that she withdrew her name from consideration for Associate Attorney General almost as soon as Barr put it forward. None of us knows why, but it was an omission that needed to be corrected by the commenters.

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      • GB Bari says:

        There was a LOT of serious news that day —March 28th — including the release of transcripts of Nellie Ohrs testimony among other big headlines. The Liu withdrawal wasn’t making top headlines in any outlets. Sundance updated the Greg Craig article with that info last week when it was mentioned on the first comment.

        IMO, the Treehouse is a team effort. IMO, our host & staff frequently check the comments for verifiable breaking news or critical information that may have escaped any mention, as well as insightful comments that offer a credible perspective.

        BTW, on March 28, this local Florida website chose to print CNN’s report on it:
        https://www.clickorlando.com/news/politics/us-attorney-withdraws-from-consideration-for-no-3-spot-at-justice-dept

        That article attributes the withdrawal to Senate Republican MIke Lee (and others) oppostion to her nomination.

        Justice Department officials were livid at the reason for Liu’s nomination to collapse. They noted that she’s a well-regarded conservative, in some ways more conservative than Lee.” Yeah, sure.

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        • jbowen82 says:

          All true. Just the same, if she’s going to be outed as the mole (and I mean that in the platonic sense), we should be very clear about the facts.

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  15. gawntrail says:

    Since it is 100% BS Barr should redact each space and punctuation only.

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  16. Tiffthis says:

    He’s punctual 💯

    Liked by 1 person

  17. TheLastDemocrat says:

    I brought up Michael Brown Hands Up don’t Shoot grand jury data with a few people – most were unaware that it happened, and that they were released, much less knew what was in them…by actually reading them over.

    Nonetheless, they were sure the hand up dont shoot story was genuine.

    I don’t expect many Communists to read this report, either.

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  18. Matt says:

    I wonder about where the public, redacted release of the Mueller report falls on the Democrats’ spectrum of desirable outcomes.

    Is it fair to assume that what the Democrats *really* wanted was for an unredacted version to be given only to the HSPCI, where it could be drip-dripped out via Schiff to “maximum political effect”?

    The Democrats have to be upset that they get to control neither the content, nor the dissemination of the material.

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  19. California Joe says:

    If President Trump’s tweets that state his innocence and the Russian collusion is a hoax is obstruction of justice then aren’t the tweets and public statements by Adam Schiff, Nader, Pelosi, Perez, Crazy Maxine and other Democrats that they have seen proof that President Trump colluded with Russia and is a Putin stooge obstruction of justice as well. Isn’t “justice” a search for the truth even if it’s innocence?

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  20. Bruce_Dern'_Finger says:

    Buck Ofama and Valerie Jarrett always released earth-shattering obfuscated data late afternoons on Fridays to promote maximum forgetfulness of the data by the electorate by next Monday morning.

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  21. Chewbarkah says:

    I am intrigued by how the Report will address Rosenstein’s secret “scope clarification”. A Report of this type ought to begin with a clear presentation of the authorizing authority and exactly what it authorized. Thy can redact that, but if enough of the main report remains to make it comprehensible, it will be possible to derive the authorization scope. I expect whole chapters to be redacted, but hope I am wrong.

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    • jbowen82 says:

      I agree. I doubt that it will go into it, but Andy McCarthy has been saying for at least a year that this is a counterintelligence investigation, for which there is no provision under the DOJ regulations. Under the DOJ regulations, according to McCarthy, Special Counsels are appointed in criminal investigations where the DOJ is conflicted. I would love to see the report state the authority under which Mueller was originally appointed, and see McCarthy’s take on it, then let a Congressman on our side pursue that line of questioning with Rosenstein, the appointing official.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Chewbarkah says:

        My guess is that Mueller requested the Scope Clarification precisely because he knew they were outside the laws for appointing Special Counsels. So Rosenstein added some actual crimes as a cover, even though most could have been pursued without a SC (e.g., Manafort, who was never part of the administration, and whose “crimes” had nought to do with Trump).

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Jbowen,
        Rosenstein was much more conflicted than Sessions could ever be – Rosenstein signed the FISA motions with an extreme obligation of honesty because the court is a secret “Star Chamber” court where the defendant is not represented, and the court is designed to encroach the 4th Amendment, so should be “as pure as Caesar’s wife”. There surely was another FBI employee who did not sign the fraudulent FISA warrant motion.

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        • Jan says:

          Rosenstein already admitted he didn’t even read what he signed. He smirked that he was relying on those who prepared the FISA renewal telling him what was in the renewal. We know that the Steele dossier was NEVER verified, so for the life of me, I don’t know why this ISN’T a fraud on the Court worthy of at least criminal contempt charges, loss of law licenses and a whole host of DOJ and FBI policy violations.

          Joe diG….. says IG Horowitz is making criminal referrals in his report on FISA abuse coming out in 4-6 weeks. Hopefully, Rosenstein doesn’t get to edit Horowitz’s report this time around.

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        • jbowen82 says:

          And of course Rosenstein will retire before he ever has to explain his actions before Congress.

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    • WSB says:

      I still cannot wrap my head around issuing a fake report from a fake investigation, based on fake evidence.

      Liked by 1 person

  22. WES says:

    Don’t forget that the redacted parts will be color coded!

    Liked by 3 people

  23. Bruce_Dern's_Finger says:

    The Herr Mueller report will probably result in the ‘Good’, the ‘Bad’, and the ‘Ugly’.
    1. The Good – Candidate/President Trump did no wrong (already known).
    2. The Bad – Ancillary indictments bankrupted and ruined good peoples’ lives (very unfortunate).
    3. The Ugly – Obama, Hillary, Brennan, and others will be investigated, indicted, and brought to justice (about time).

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  24. Zorro says:

    Seth Abramson’s Twitter will be one of the most monitored Thursday into the weekend. TDS in real-time.

    Liked by 2 people

  25. Sue Fowler says:

    Two versions of the witch hunt?
    Fairy Tales I and II.

    Liked by 2 people

  26. StanH says:

    “Fait accompli” We all know what is going to happen, color Easter eggs or something. Bottom line there was “no collusion and no obstruction” Give Sundance a couple days and he’ll give us the overview other than that “who cares.”

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  27. jimboct says:

    Am I correct to assume that the press (and the democratic operatives and politicians) will take days to read the report before commenting on it? Many on the left claimed that 48h was not enough time for AG Barr to share a summary and determine that VSGPDJT was not guilty of obstruction. I think they will need more time to absorb the lengthy report. I think we should ignore any press or politician comments on the report for 7d. That provides ample time to read and reflect.

    In reality, the comments and opinions have already been written. If AG Barr wants to test it, push back the date a day. You will see Thursday stories with summaries prior to release since they are already in the can.

    Popcorn. Get your hot buttered popcorn.

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  28. jbowen82 says:

    I predict that the DOJ will take the position that Wikileaks is an instrumentality or co-conspirator of the Russian government, so its publication of the DNC and Podesta material was effectively publication by the Russians. Under that theory, it doesn’t matter whether Wikileaks got the material from a Macedonian troll farm or Seth Rich’s flash drive, because both the Macedonians and Seth Rich were working for Russia. Watch. That’s how they justify the “Russian hacking” conclusion.

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    • Nessie509 says:

      So far, the arrest and indictment of Assange is for publishing Chelsea Manning’s trove of secret documents taken in 2010.
      Typical. MSM to throws out “indictment” without the “why” so viewers think it is Russia Russia Russia.

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      • Republicanvet91 says:

        I read an article that Assange was being booted out of the embassy because he published a picture of the President of Ecuador snarfing on a ditch bug in bed.

        No matter. The left will use whatever story they can create to push their narrative.

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  29. Dee Paul Deje says:

    Mueller must be allowed to complete his work.
    Mueller hid the collusion in his report. The full report must be released.
    4-3-2-1 Mueller was paid off by Trump, or Mueller is also working for the Russians.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Hahaha. We should have a contest, who can come up with the most accurate post-report statements from Pelosi, Schumer, and Nadler.

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  30. SR says:

    I hope after this report PTrump would feel full free and ready to attack. We donot want to talk about Mueller, Russia, report anymore but want to see indictments of previous administration folks, deep state , U1, Ukraine involvement and more.

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  31. Republicanvet91 says:

    “also made available to the public”

    I bet this so irritates the swamp. The unwashed masses seeing the report at the same time without our betters telling us what to think first?

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  32. redline says:

    I’m still smiling at the last paragraph of Rep. Collins’ letter to Nadler.

    “…the unfiltered truth from a man who conducted his investigation with integrity and professionalism.”

    Priceless.

    https://republicans-judiciary.house.gov/press-release/collins-to-nadler-invite-mueller-to-testify-immediately/

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  33. Fools Gold says:

    Oh lord here we go again….if your ever gonna turn off thectalking points I’d advise Thursday morning turning off the TV and getting updates here…,

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