The witch hunt is finally over. And to celebrate, hundreds of Trump supporters gather in New York City to celebrate “Happy No Collusion Day.”
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s two year long investigation into Russian collusion in the 2016 election is finally over. On Saturday there were loads of Trump supporters outside of Trump Tower in New York City to celebrate the investigation ending.
The attendees were rocking MAGA hats and wearing pro-Trump clothing and waving flags and holding up banners.
Fake news media will never show you this.
— Florida Sunshine (@Florida_Sun_) March 23, 2019
More on the event per Daily Mail:
They rallied on the corner of 5th Avenue and 56th Street in New York City, outside Trump Tower.
Banners were held aloft emblazoned with a host of different messages, like, ‘Happy No Collusion Day’ while others showed their support for the president to serve a second term and waved flags saying, ‘Trump 2020.’
The rally comes the day after Special Counsel Robert Mueller delivered his long-awaited report to Attorney General Bill Barr.
A senior Justice Department official said Friday that Mueller has not recommended any new criminal indictments and there will be no more indictments filed with federal courts.
This would mean the president, his inner circle of present and former confidants and his family members are out of immediate legal jeopardy.
ZERO EVIDENCE of COLLUSION! This is just part of the filth of the #socialist #democrat party! An embarrassment to the country and the world! Everything you’ve done, has blown up in your face! HAPPY NO COLLUSION DAY LIBERALS! Swallow ur words for rushing to judgment!✊🏻🤩🇺🇸 ✔️SHARE pic.twitter.com/LBBCMxSx5W
— ✩ ✩ ✩ maucducati ✩ ✩ ✩ (@mightybanker) March 23, 2019
For over two years President Trump has said that the investigation was politically motivated and a “witch hunt.” On Friday morning he repeated his mantra of “no collusion.”
Attorney General Barr has to make the decision regarding with part of the Mueller report can be released.
The reaction from the left has been very predictable. Rep. Eric Swalwell was nearly brought to tears. Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi are demanding that President Trump not get to see the report before everyone else.