There is much we still do not know about the contents of Specialist Robert Mueller's report on his two-year study of possible talks between President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign and Russia's Putin regime or its subsidiaries – in addition to the overall statement of no such conspiracy.
It is not too early to deduce some lessons, although the first and most important is that no one deus ex machina should fall into America's continuing political tragedy (or farce if you prefer) and save us all from the Trump administration.
Too many people, including many who should have known better, put their hopes in a decisive bombshell from Mueller, although the Special Adviser made a number of accusations of Russian interference and crimes of Trump-related individuals, but no cooperation.
Lawyer General William Barr's four-page summary of Mueller's report duly noted the special c ounsel is of the opinion that his investigation "does not exclude" Trump for barriers to justice growing out of his firing of the FBI director James Comey in May 201
Some democrats and anti-trump Republicans (the few left) attached to the language as the possible starting point for more digging, more hearings, more – regardless.
They should let it go. Re-litigating obstruction means re-litigating Comey firing, which unfortunately means recovering a whole litany of arcana, legally and actually, plus the embarrassing fact that Comey's own inappropriate comments on Hillary Clinton may have contributed to Trump's victory in 2016.  There is no doubt that being fundraising-wise by keeping true believers fired up is no advantage. But the housekeeper Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Has signaled a wiser course by rejecting assaults, which is another way to tell her troops that they are probably stuck with Trump until 2020. That is, the solution must win on polls in the same way as Democrats did in 2018: The only way out is through.
Constitutionally it is also the best course. Insufficient impeachment-worthy evidence that he is involved in illegal co-operation and obstruction is Trump's means and probably always the system checks and balances, which seem to work – incomplete but quite good, judging by the republican defeat in 2018 and Some 63 federal judgments block his policies.
Two years in his presidency, Trump remains contradictory: A dishonest and profane figure less intellectually or temperamentally suited to national leadership than any resident of the White House since Andrew Johnson, the bombastic southern sympathizer who succeeded Abraham Lincoln in 1865.
Surrounded by other rankings and sleazeballs (some now face jail time), Trump not only lacks the initiative but also the courage to construct something as fierce as a deliberate plot with Moscow, another reason why credit Mueller finds. Gradually, it was never likely that the president would shoot Mueller or Deputy Minister Rod Rosenstein despite his own bluster and very exciting media speculation. It would have required too much political courage.
Trump also remains enigmatic: It is not entirely clear how or why we ended up with him as president, or exactly what this difficult passage, whether it lasts four years or eight, expresses the United States and the world. Above all, it is unclear to what extent he is the cause of our political suffering and to what extent a symptom.
In this respect, special counsel Mueller has tried to send us a message for some time now, though between the lines of his accusation.
This announcement is that Russia, an authoritarian foreign power guided by profound hostility to liberal democracy in general and, in particular, the global influence of the United States, really directed the US political system of disturbance and distortion with the aims of weakening the candidate. , Clinton, as President Vladimir Putin abhorred (but as everyone else expected to win) and to help Trump, "the chaos candidate," as Jeb Bush memorably called him.
Russia wrote Mueller in a February 2018 charge of approx. 13 Russian operators and three organizations "had a strategic goal of setting the discord in the US political system, including the US presidential election in 2016", mainly by spreading common and inflammatory information through social media.
It was a sophisticated effort, guided by a nobody's understanding of the American voters, its crevices and its lines of error – race, regional and religious.
Mueller knew that there was no real chance to get Russian agents into a US court. But by telling the "way and means of conspiracy" with which a foreign power exploited the divisions of our society, he could have made us reflect on and ultimately heal them.
So far, this aspect of Mueller's investigation has not received attention or inspired the action it deserves. Unless and until it does, American democracy will remain vulnerable to external action and to the demons we breed in the home.