Rep. Adam Schiff isn't ready to let go of the Mueller investigation, much less his own in the House or the one in the Southern District of New York, or really any part of the Trump-Russia Collusion narrative at all.
Schiff, the Democrat chair of the House intelligence committee, has been on TV all weekend, and said on Friday that he is prepared to subpoena Robert Mueller to get what he wants.
On Twitter, Republican Dan Crenshow responded to Schiff's media blitz, and it was an excellent example of how to duel in the modern political arena, a skill a lot of other Republicans sorely need to learn.
.@repadamschiff said he had direct evidence of Trump-Russia collusion. (He lied.) They claimed Republicans don’t… https://t.co/aF5emxMiJ7— Rep. Dan Crenshaw (@Rep. Dan Crenshaw)1553377454.0
We don't yet know what's in the report.
We do know that transparency is necessary. It's the only way to put the false narratives to rest.
I encourage DOJ to share with Congress, so we can hear for ourselves, and not via other members with a poltical agenda.
— Rep. Dan Crenshaw (@RepDanCrenshaw) March 23, 2019
It is widely expected that details about the contents of the Mueller report will become available on Sunday afternoon. Until then, the only thing that people know for sure is that Mueller didn't recommend indictments, and that the other investigations are continuing unaffected by the conclusion of Mueller's investigation.
Democrats have their eyes on SDNY. Even their shirts. But nothing is settled other than what has already been settled, and Crenshaw is absolutely right about that.