Ben Shapiro spouts ridiculous accusations about Trump after release of Mueller report

Ben Shapiro spouts ridiculous accusations about Trump after release of Mueller report

Attorney General Bill Barr exonerated president Trump and the Trump campaign in the Russia – collusion investigation, but that wasn’t enough for Ben Shapiro who took to Twitter to attack the president.

Barr found the Trump campaign did not collude with Russia in an effort to tamper with the 2016 presidential election.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report completely exonerated Trump on the ridiculous charges brought against him by Democratic operatives inside the DOJ and FBI.

But, following the release of the Mueller report Shapiro once again showed how much he’s against President Trump.

“My one-line takeaway: Trump and his campaign engaged in deeply embarrassing and immoral but non-criminal behavior. In attempting to avoid that embarrassment, Trump engaged in more deeply embarrassing and immoral but ultimately non-criminal behavior,” Shapiro wrote.

But he didn’t stop there, he decided to double down on his rant.

This is probably to be expected as Ben Shapiro wrote back in 2016 that he could never vote for Donald Trump because he “stands with certain principles.” whatever they are.

Since then Shapiro has been wrong about Trump and his administration time and time again. But you can’t tell Ben that as he’s never wrong, in his own mind that is.

Perhaps soon we will see Shapiro make the transition to CNN. Surely with this sort of ridiculous rhetoric, the fake news network would love to have him on board.

Let it go Ben, as much as it enrages you, the President is innocent.

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