It might be obvious to you, Oralloy. But, it isn't obvious to me,
Story of my life. I don't really understand what it like to be a regular smart person, so I can't envision their limitations. Mine is a world where the most difficult of concepts are penetrated without effort.
When this is over you'll find that there was no crime by Trump. There were some minor transgressions by some Flynn and Manafort, which will probably be prosecuted in a horrible abuse of prosecutorial discretion, but no serious transgressions.
Since this investigation is only interested in maliciously harming the Trump administration, there will be no serious investigation of Russian actions or how to better secure future American elections. Any issues that someone who was genuinely concerned about Russian meddling would want to see addressed, will not be paid any attention to at all.
or to Rosenstein (the Republican deputy Attorney General chosen by Trump's staff),
I expect that his government career is soon to end.
And rightly so. He had an opportunity to do the right thing and stop a lynch mob, and he gave in to pressure and let the lynch mob go forward. That will forever be his shame.
I'm not sympathetic to his plight. He should have done the right thing.
or to an increasing number of Republicans in Congress or to Comey or to Mueller.
It is that last one that matters most now.
I don't see how it matters much. Mueller may not be able to see the same truths that I can perceive, but ultimately his witch hunt isn't going to be able to find something that isn't there. The only thing that he will be able to do is prosecute minor figures for trivial crimes.
One correction; You do realize that the Democrats aren't in power, right? This special prosecutor was chosen by a Republican appointee with the goal of covering the asses of Republican elected officials. The Democrats wanted this, but they had no way to bring it about. This special counsel is by Republicans for Republicans.
The Democrats deliberately and maliciously crafted the web of lies and deceit that led to weaker Republicans giving in to their demands for a political witch hunt.
You put a lot of faith in that partisan crystal ball you have. Sure, it worked once... but one correct guess doesn't make a trend. The rest of us don't put faith in crystal balls, which is why we want to see what this investigation turns up before we decide what should happen.
Not really a crystal ball. More like a logical deduction based on reason.
It is certainly possible that my prediction could be wrong. But it isn't likely.
My faith that I am probably right comes from a lifetime of living within a mind that routinely perceives things like this.