Eager for a lift to ratings in sagging academy awards ceremonies, a new movie on Russia-gate has Hollywood excited and uplifted.
The basic problem with the collusion theory has been Mr. Mueller’s finding nothing, as passed along by Attorney-General Mr. Barr.
This is Mueller in the report:
“The investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.”
The hugely noticeable NOT in that statement has led to a sound equivalent to the air rushing out of a collapsing 40-storey balloon.
No evidence!? Zilch, zip, nada, nothing, empty, fraud, a total hoax—these descriptives, in typical headlines, have followed two years of accusations.
Worse, analysts say, pursuit of the collusion delusion has obscured attention to harm Trump has actually been doing—serving the billionaires, alienating most of the planet, sniffing toward a series of new wars.
Instead, collapse of the collusion-delusion story has engulfed Washington D.C. in a torrent of sadness.
Enter new movie:
Triumph of the Collusion, stars Alec Baldwin as Mr. Trump; the Democrats’ own Adam Schiff as Mr. Putin; and Rachel Maddow as “Golden Showers Angel.”
Mr. Schiff has shaved his head plus used cosmetic facial surgery to resemble Mr. Putin. Rachel Maddow has died her hair blond.
Additionally, just breaking now, Ms. Maddow is said to have left MSNBC for a full-time career in Hollywood “because fantasy is so much more exciting than actually reporting the news!”
She is rapidly moving along in preparation for her next role: “Alice in Wonderland Becomes GRU Agent.”
Triumph of the Collusion also calls upon the considerable acting skills of former CIA Director John Brennan; former FBI Director James Comey; and Former NSA Director James Clapper.
These were the gentlemen who pronounced varying degrees of "confidence" in assessments on Russia-gate back in January 2017.
In the new movie, they are shown in a dark room conferring on their assessments. They seem uneasy. Mr. Brennan is sucking on a long cigar.
They are worried because they did not examine the DNC servers, and based their conclusions entirely on a private intelligence service, Crowdstrike, employed by Hillary Clinton.
They raise the question: Do they really need to pursue investigation additional to Crowdstrike?
“Naah,” Mr. Brennan snarls.
“Isn’t the likelihood of Putin’s doing this so very, very obvious?” Mr. Comey states, as if weary.
“Well,” rejoins Mr. Clapper, “certainly obvious, or, if not--since we're only guessing--as the least untruthful truth?"
Triumph of the Collusion will open this summer in major cities across the country, following proper advertising and hopes to get up some attendance.