Celebrities Freak Out Over Robert Mueller Probe Regarding Donald Trump And Supposed Collusion
Following the conclusion of the Robert Mueller probe, a few celebrities came out on Twitter to offer their two cents. On social media, stars like Bille Eichner and Jim Carrey discussed the implications of the non-guilty verdict regarding the supposed conspiracy to rig the 2016 presidential election in Trump's favor.
Under the operation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the federal government investigated Trump and his administration to see if he and other officials had received help from the Russian government three years ago.
On Sunday, Attorney General William Barr released the conclusions of Mueller's investigation, claiming that Mueller failed to find evidence of any kind of collusion on the part of Donald Trump. In other words, the years-long controversy was all for nothing.
According to Fox News, many people on cable news were pleased to hear that the president didn't collude with Russia, but anti-Trumpers hate him so much that they're frustrated to see that Donald actually won the election fair and square.
As it was noted above, Billy Eichner took to his Twitter to say he couldn't "imagine a world where they were able to indict Aunt Becky before Donald Trump." Billy was referring to the college admissions scandal involving actress, Lori Loughlin, who played Aunt Becky on Full House.
It was reported at the beginning of the month that Lori and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, had agreed to pay half-a-million dollars in brines to have their daughters recruited at the University of Southern California's crew team.
Reportedly, neither of the girls were even rowers. Moving on from the admissions scandal, Billy wrote that Trump was "garbage" and that it would be best if anyone else other than him was elected in 2020.
Ever since Trump said during his campaign speeches that he wanted to have an amicable relationship with the Russian government, the media began questioning his ties to Russia, accusing the then-candidate of being in some type of deal with him.
Since then, it turned into a widespread theory that Trump had worked with Putin to get himself into the office. Thus far, it appears to be that those accusations are unsubstantiated.