In his letter, “No facts, just speculation,” Gerald Del Vecchio states that the House of Representatives has no facts about obstruction in the Trump campaign and administration. I would like to offer just a little information that may change Mr. Del Vecchio’s mind, if he chooses to consider it.
First, Mr. Del Vecchio should read the Mueller Report. It is freely available at Amazon and other places on the internet. Hardcopies are available at Barnes and Noble for a nominal fee. Mr. Mueller has urged every citizen to read this. And as taxpayers, we paid for it.
If he doesn’t have time to read the entire report, Mr. Del Vecchio can just read Volume II Section II. This section details a large number of actions by the president that each likely constitute obstruction of justice.
Don’t take my word for it. Several hundred former prosecutors from both parties have signed a letter confirming this. This letter too may be easily found online. Anybody not president of the United States would have been charged with multiple instances of obstruction. It is time to hold the president accountable to the rule of law, using just the facts.