Special counsel Robert Mueller might be worried after finding out the House Republicans and Democrats joined together in a bipartisan effort to hold him accountable with his investigation into President Donald Trump and Russia.
The House passed the resolution 420-0 to make Mueller’s report public after it is provided to Attorney General William Barr.
The NY Post reports that the resolution is nonbinding and that anything made available to Barr will also be released to the public.
The only content that will not be available to the public is anything marked classified. The report will also be sent to Congress for review.
The public is majorly interested in reading Mueller’s report and holding him accountable.
President Trump and Republicans have often criticized Mueller’s investigation as a joke or a witch hunt.
So far, nothing has been presented in Mueller’s investigations that will find Trump or Russia involved in collusion or much of anything else.
Barr spoke with lawmakers about Mueller’s report at his Senate confirmation back in February.
He stated, “I am going to make as much information available as I can consistent with the rules and regulations that are part of the special counsel regulations.”
It appears the goal here is to provide transparency for the public to see the same results of Mueller’s investigation as the government, barring anything that is classified.
The investigation has been underway for about two years, but nothing has been unearthed to place Trump and Russia in the same spotlight.
Reports suggest Mueller might be done soon, but that will only become a reality once he releases the report and it’s shown to the public.
That’s when Mueller will face the jury on his findings… or lack thereof.