David Rauschenberger MUG

The report read that “not one scintilla of evidence” existed. The odyssey lasted nearly two years.

You might think I’m commenting on the Mueller report. But you’d be wrong. I’m referring to a lawsuit based on nothing more than the suspicion that a group of men conspired to defraud the taxpayers of the local Hospital Authority.

A judge named Feinberg played the part of Robert Mueller. The side that lost was chapped and never agreed with the findings.

My family endured the same type of dog and pony show meant to erase a presidential election.

A group of doctors bought Fish Memorial Hospital and the duly elected representatives of a taxing district alleged illegal collusion. The aforementioned Feinberg shot them down. The word “scintilla” in that judge’s ruling reminds me of Robert Mueller’s report.

No collusion. No collusion. No collusion. How many times should I reiterate that Mueller and his band of Democratic operative lawyers found no evidence of collusion between anyone and Russia?

There were nearly 3,000 subpoenas. More than 500 depositions were taken. Around $25 million was spent.

And Democrats move the goal posts again. They need the full report. And they know that the entire report can’t be made public, if the law is followed.

Attorney General Bill Barr can’t make grand-jury testimony public. And Democrats will use that to tell you that the full report was never made public. So, they must dig deeper.

I have one question my Democrat friends need to answer. How can a prosecutor who never mentions being inhibited in his zeal to investigate collusion be obstructed if there’s no crime to refer to the Justice Department in the end?

Watch the Democrats marginalize Mueller in the aftermath. They told us we needed only to wait for his report.

Dozens of Democrats and their mainstream-media shills told us there was unequivocal evidence of collusion.

Instead of apologizing to a man wrongly accused, they will sidestep Mueller’s report and continue to attempt to smear a man who defeated them at their own game.

In closing, I want you to know that a letter arrived at my house in Breezewood Park in Orange City back in the 1980s. The man who played Mueller in that case said, “Not one scintilla of evidence” existed.

It just happened again. Putin thanks Democrats for dividing us. Think …

— Rauschenberger, an accountant, lives in Orange City. Send email to drausch@bellsouth.net or info@beacononlinenews.com.