Robert “Beto” O’Rourke still believes deep in his heart that President Donald Trump colluded with Russia to win the 2016 election despite Special Counsel Robert Mueller finding no evidence to support the claim.
Beto O’Rourke this morning in SC: You have a president, who in my opinion beyond a shadow of a doubt, sought to, however ham-handedly, collude with the Russian government, a foreign power to undermine and influence our elections.
— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) March 23, 2019
The American Mirror reports,
While speaking on Saturday morning in South Carolina, O’Rourke was speaking to voters in the swing state about his presidential campaign.
Despite Mueller submitting his final report on Friday and the fact that there are no more indictments — meaning no charges brought against Trump or anyone else in the Russia probe — O’Rourke’s not ready to give up on collusion.
“But I will tell you what I see from my perspective,” O’Rourke began, flapping his arms all over the place.
“You have a president who beyond any shadow of a doubt sought to collude with the Russian government, a foreign power to undermine and influence our election,” he said.
He continued: “It is beyond a shadow of doubt that once in office the President of the United States sought to obstruct justice first by firing the principle investigator into what had happened in the 2016 election and then in the light of day tweeting at his attorney general to stop the Russia investigation.”
Just about everything the failed Texas senatorial candidate said is a lie.
As reported by Fox News, there are no further indictments and the two-year long Russia investigation is officially over.
While Mueller’s report has not been made public nor has the Department of Justice released any of the information about it, Mueller’s team apparently could find any illegal actions from the president.
The only thing that’s beyond a shadow of a doubt is that after completing the nearly two year probe, Mueller’s team did not recommend Trump be charged with “collusion,” a conspiracy to commit a crime, obstruction of justice, or anything else.
There’s no evidence to support O’Rourke’s claims, but he apparently believes deep down that Trump is guilty, so he’s pushing that theory to potential voters on the campaign trail.