Mueller indicts himself for obstruction in obstruction hearing

Former special counsel Robert Mueller makes an opening statement before testifying to the House Judiciary Committee about his report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election on Wednesday.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller “testified” today at the House Judiciary Committee hearing, incriminating himself as a complete bumbling partisan hack. As a result he has taken the rare action to indict himself on charges of obstruction.

“He’s basically guilty of everything he’s accusing Trump of, so it’s a good move to go ahead and indict himself,” political analyst Jerry Jabba said.

The Mueller report cost taxpayers millions of dollars and has given readers a clear chance for confirmation bias. Everyone now believes exactly what they believed before the report.

Mueller stated that he would cooperate with authorities in the obstruction of justice in determining whether there was obstruction of justice in the Trump collusion case.

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