Last week, the House of Representatives voted 420-0 for a measure calling for the Justice Department to release Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s final report to the public. The resolution made its way over to the Senate, where Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) blocked it from being brought up for a vote, arguing that it should include an amendment to name a new special counsel to investigate how the FBI handled the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s emails. Even Graham admitted he was being cute. “I’m just making a political point,” he said, according to the Charleston Post and Courier.

As evinced by the 420-0 vote, though, there’s no good reason the report that results from Mueller’s two-year investigation into

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