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Special Counsel Robert Mueller submitted his final report on Friday that concluded, according to Attorney General William Barr’s summary, that there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election, nor was there sufficient evidence to pursue charges of obstruction of justice against President Donald Trump.
Following the recent developments, there has been a growing chorus of voices demanding a “reckoning” of sorts for those elected officials and media figures who fervently perpetuated the false narrative for more than two years.
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In light of the ongoing NCAA “March Madness” basketball tournament, the New York Post decided to have a little fun by creating a “Mueller Madness” bracket containing a number of those individuals who’d been wrong in their assertions over the past two years that Trump was guilty of collusion. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders shared the bracket on Twitter Monday evening.
Sanders tweeted, “Mueller Madness! Which of the angry and hysterical @realDonaldTrump haters got it most embarrassingly wrong? #YouDecide”
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The bracket was originally put together by the Post’s Op-Ed editor Sohrab Ahmari, who noted in a column that, rather than allow the many pundits and politicians who promoted the debunked collusion lie to simply “memory-hole” the fact that they had pushed such a baseless and evidence-free lie, those individuals need to be called out for their participation in the perpetuation of the politically-motivated lunacy.
In fact, more than just a funny meme, Ahmari purposely designed the bracket so readers could fill it out and submit their picks for who was the dubious “champion” of the disgraceful competition to smear the president as a treasonous agent of a foreign power.
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Much like an actual NCAA tournament bracket, the “Mueller Madness” bracket — containing only 32 individuals, as opposed to the NCAA’s 64 teams — was divided into four distinct “regions” or...
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