The Hill: The art of premeditated stupidity


Ken Starr argues the Justice Department has an obligation not to defame. The implication is that the Justice Department has no obligation to release the report because it may damage someone’s (i.e., defamer-in-chief) reputation. The is BS both in general principle and especially in this case. If a public official has done something that might affect their reputation in a negative way the people he/she SERVES have a right to know, even if it’s not an indictable offense. In the case of ‘Individual 1,’ he has personally slung unfounded and damaging accusations and insults in every direction. There’s no reason he shouldn’t face the same music, considering that in this case it’s true. I can’t wait to hear his minions argue that the report should remain secret. Like putting your hands over your ears and chanting, “lalalalalala…”


Ken Starr: Mueller ‘cannot indict,’ should remain ‘quiet’

Former Clinton independent counsel Ken Starr wrote Friday that special counsel Robert Mueller Robert Swan Mueller Sasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russia probe MORE is barred from producing a public report detailing his findings from the investigation into Russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.