Multiple sources just confirmed the Mueller development we’ve all been waiting for

The Trump administration suffered a major blow on Tuesday when Democrats seized the House of Representatives in a contentious midterm election, hopefully grinding the president’s legislative agenda for the next two years to an abrupt halt. Before the Conman-in-Chief even had time to catch his wheezing Filet-O-Fish curdled breath, rumors were swirling that Special Counsel Robert Mueller might soon be indicting Donald Trump Jr.

Some suspect that Trump’s stooge of a son could be hit with perjury charges over his false claim to investigators that he didn’t tell his father in advance about his meeting with Russians in Trump Tower during which he hoped to obtain useful dirty on Hillary Clinton to hurt her 2016 campaign. Trump Jr. himself has reportedly been telling friends that he’s worried about being indicting.

Now, CNN is reporting that multiple sources have informed them that Mueller’s team has begun writing the final report on its 18-month long investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Vladimir Putin’s Russian Federation.

President Trump himself has been reviewing the written answers he and his legal team have prepared in response to questions submitted by Mueller’s investigation. They expect to submit them by the end of the month.

At this point, it’s impossible to know for sure what Mueller’s report will contain, but even so, it’s a ticking time bomb sitting beneath the Trump administration. If even a fraction of the allegations made against Trump and his team or true it could end up being the worst scandal in American political history, perhaps going as far as outright treason.

Perhaps, once the American people learn the full truth about their crooked and cruel president, the last vestiges of his power could evaporate, and impeachment might finally be on the table. If so, we will finally be able to get this country back on track and start undoing all the massive damage that has been inflicted over the past two years.

Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.