Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s scheduled testimony before the House Judiciary and House Intelligence Committees represents yet another seminal moment in this administration’s history and also our country’s. What the country is readying to witness is unprecedented, and for an administration that seemingly produces a new crisis every 12 hours, the only consistent source of controversy since Trump’s inauguration has been the ongoing scandal surrounding Russian interference in the 2016 election.
While it remains highly unlikely that the investigation will have an outsized electoral impact in 2020, the reality is this: every moment Americans are consuming information about the president’s corruption, his ties to a hostile foreign entity that tampered with the 2016 election, and crimes committed by members of his inner circle is a net positive for progressives. Failing to amplify these controversies would be malpractice.
With that focus in mind, Bridge Project is doing its part. In advance of tomorrow’s […]Read more after the jump.