Mueller Report protestors in Federal Plaza

By Blaise Mesa, Managing Editor

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  • Lisa Taaffe was one of the first people to arrive to Federal Plaza to demand the release of the Mueller Report.

  • Margaret Hagerman holds the United States flag before the #MakeItPublic rally began.

  • Lucha Bright from The Revolution Club Chicago joined the hundreds of protestors at Federal Plaza April 4.

  • James Rydel waved his sign at the rally that took place at 219 S Dearbon St.

  • Ed Yohnke said the goverment should work for the people and provide the Mueller Report so they can form their own opinions.

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Protestors took to Federal Plaza, S. Dearborn St., to demand the release of the Mueller Report.

The Mueller Report was a two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

The full report was not released but Attorney General William Barr released a four-page summary of the findings.

On March 24, President Trump tweeted: “No Collusion, No Obstruction, Complete and Total EXONERATION. KEEP AMERICA GREAT!”

The report has not yet exonerated President Trump and the full report will be released.

“For two years, people have been diverted, bamboozled and stupefied by the Democratic Party … and others into passively waiting for the Mueller Investigation to stop the Trump/Pence Regime,” a handout at the protest said. “Trump’s ‘Make American Great Again’ is a 21st century fascist program of Manifest Destiny … with a program of white supremacy, misogyny and xenophobia.”

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