Jon Miller

Jon Miller: Mueller findings derail 2020 Democrats' campaign schemes

Media cries and the collusion dream dies

In Thursday's edition of "White House Brief," BlazeTV host Jon Miller said that the newly released report from special counsel Robert Mueller "made it clear that the investigation failed to uncover ... collusion with Russia," but warned that the "desperate" left and mainstream media will continue to "milk it for all that it's worth."

Jon noted that there were many Hillary Clinton supporters on Mueller's team, adding, "You know that they're going to provide the left with a ton of nuggets, that the report is going to be extremely critical of Trump and Trump's family. And the left and the media, they're going to feed off of that."

He pointed out a few of the Mueller report findings the media won't mention, such as the confirmation that the FBI planted spies inside the Trump campaign, or that the White House cooperated fully with the investigation.

As Attorney General William Barr emphasized during Thursday's press conference, "The White House fully cooperated with the special counsel's investigation, providing unfettered access to campaign and White House documents, directing senior aides to testify freely and asserting no privilege claims."

Chad Prather, host of "Humor Me" and "The Chad Prather Show" joined Jon to discuss the Democrat's "ridiculous clown-car of candidates" running in 2020 and how they should campaign on ideas rather than the "collusion hoax."

Watch the video below:

Mueller Time! Media Cries And Collusion Dream Dies youtu.be

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