Ep. 186 Krugman Finally Mentions Mueller — and It’s Straight Outta Orwell

28 April 2019     |     Tom Woods     |     4

Had the Mueller report truly vindicated Krugman, we can be certain his victory-lap column would have come swiftly. Now that he’s finally gotten around to mentioning it after a curious delay, he’s jumping on the bandwagon of the Orwellian “Mueller proves we were right all along” segment of the American media.

Krugman Column

“The Great Republican Abdication” (April 22, 2019)

Contra Columns

Mueller Time is Finally Over,” by Peter van Buren

Robert Mueller Did Not Merely Reject the Trump-Russia Conspiracy Theories. He Obliterated Them,” by Glenn Greeenwald

Mueller Report: It Was All a Bunch of Nothing,” by Scott Horton

Mueller Madness: The media pundits who got it most wrong,” by Sohrab Ahmari

Everybody Lies: FBI Edition,” by Ken White

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  • mary

    I’m glad you didn’t link to the lousy Napolitano article. His reporting on the Mueller’s collusion delusion investigation has been disappointing, at best. This whole “obstruction of justice” charge against someone shown to be not guilty, or, in this case, with no evidence of a crime, is no different than arresting someone for resisting arrest. It’s bogus on its face, completely unjust and un-libertarian. If Napolitano feels the need to spout off his grand knowledge of unjust law and prosecutorial practices, fine, but he should identify it as such.

    In contrast, Scott Horton was great on this topic on Tom’s show friday. This whole pathetic episode of the dying empire was nothing more than red team/blue team games, giving cover to all the real crimes: the corruption, death and destruction that is work-a-day DC.

    An interesting aspect of the collusion delusion affair is the appearance of the creepy Rudy Giuilani. It was delicious irony to see the poster boy for prosecutorial corruption complain about corrupt investigators. Gee, do ya think he got religion all of sudden, or maybe it was the big bucks that changed his attitude?

    An aside, yes, Martha Stewart was completely innocent. They wanted to get her on insider trading, but there was none. Instead of admitting
    that, they made up something like five other charges that were totally
    ridiculous, and if memory serves, three were thrown out by the judge. My fav was that she manipulated the price of her company’s stock by… wait for it… stating that she was innocent. Un-stinking-believable.

    • khodge

      If there is prosecutorial corruption, wouldn’t you want someone already skilled in the subject supporting you?

  • gripstraw

    Surprised you two didn’t hit upon this twist: “Trump is guilty of OBSTRUCTION OF INJUSTICE”