Tweets In Response To Mueller Finally Finishing His Investigation Are Too Funny Not To Share


Funny Tweets

It took him two years, but Robert Mueller has finally completed his investigation into possible collusion between Donald Trump and the Russians, but an ending to this madness is still no where in sight. While the report summary written by Attorney General William P. Barr has found no evidence of Russian interference in Trump’s campaign, the president certainly hasn’t be exonerated despite what his tweets may say lately. So, as we all patiently wait for the full report to be leaked or published, people have taken to Twitter to help pass the time and some of these tweets are just too funny not to share!

On Mueller’s Lengthy Investigation

Mueller’s investigation may have taken much longer than people expected, but to be fair the guy was looking into something that is kind of important. That didn’t stop people from making jokes about some of the reasons that may have delayed the process.

https://twitter.com/pattymo/status/1109094348367556608

Sounds like every single college student on the night before a midterm paper is due as they wait for the Adderall to kick in.

Can’t you picture Mueller typing up his report at 30 words per minute using just his index fingers?

This takes me back to my college days…

George R.R. Martin just read this tweet and killed off another beloved character.

The real reason Mueller’s report hasn’t been released to the public yet is that there isn’t a file server in existence that’s large enough to handle it.

On Mueller’s Reaction To Finishing His Report

Twitter is full of ways in which people are predicting how Mueller will be celebrating the completion of his report. Will he have a few drinks? Will he take a three-day nap? Only Mueller knows!

https://twitter.com/elainaplott/status/1109212165796478976

I know I would!

Most of us know how truly satisfying that feeling is.

Yea, I can totally see him as a reality buff.

On Interpreting The Report

Are we actually going to read the report in its entirety? No. Unless someone’s paying you to read the report from start to finish and write a summary on it, you’ll be reading the bullet points with the rest of us. Or, you can use one of these unique ways Twitter-users have come up with to interpret the content.

It’s the collusion reveal we’ve all been waiting for!

It’s the Mueller report featuring all of his unwanted insights into pop culture.

They should release it in a series of tweets. At least then people will read some of it.

https://twitter.com/MattBors/status/1109201873993519104

The perfect explanation of how all of Trump’s supporters have reacted to the release of Barr’s letter. They don’t even need to see the report.

https://twitter.com/Disalmanac/status/1109208021580816385

Yeah, that seems to fit with the theme of Trump’s presidency so far.

On Low Expectations

It’s safe to say that even though Mueller’s investigation took two years, expectations are pretty low. If he found anything worth reading, it would be all over the news and Trump would be behind bars…right? According to the summary, there is evidence that the Russians successfully interfered with the election by hacking into computers and through the use of social media, which we already knew. It also states that the full report describes all of Trump’s actions that have been considered obstruction and offers evidence on both sides, but doesn’t come to any conclusions. He’s not guilty, but he’s not not guilty either. It took them two years to figure that out.

Well, in Mueller’s defense, he probably doesn’t expect anyone to read the report in entirety.

https://twitter.com/crushingbort/status/1109161516262133768

We’re so fortunate to live in a country where people aren’t gullible enough to believe everything they read on the internet! Oh, wait…

That’s not true! He’s at home right now furiously typing, playing with the document’s font size and margins in an attempt to make it meet Congress’ minimum page requirements.

Hey, Mueller is just keeping in line with the trends set forth by Trump’s presidency!

https://twitter.com/zachheltzel/status/1109204024610308096

It would be shocking if the investigation report didn’t include evidence of Trump’s natural hairline and average-sized hands.

https://twitter.com/FattMernandez/status/1109214599688130566

BURN!

On Trump’s Response

Some of the best tweets to come out after the news broke that Mueller completed his report are those predicting what Trump’s response would be. Hilariously accurate, it’s SAD just how close some of these tweets come to the real thing.

At least Trump will be able to use his extensive time in prison learning how to read!

https://twitter.com/jules_su/status/1109216101790085120

Of course, like the good little minions they are, Trump’s supporters will follow suit and miraculously forget how to read as well when the full report comes out.

Trump didn’t even wait for FOX news to analyze Mueller’s report for making his “NO COLLUSION” claims.

https://twitter.com/MollyJongFast/status/1109210369363447808

It’s almost like she’s writing Trump’s tweets herself.

Trump’s Actual Response

We all know that Trump didn’t actually read the summary of Mueller’s report as it’s four whole pages long, but someone must have told him what it said…right? Apparently, the president thinks that since no conclusion has been made yet that he’s been completely exonerated. Either he’s a moron or he received a different letter from Barr than the rest of us did.

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1109918388133023744

That’s it, keep saying it and maybe you’ll be able to speak it into truth.

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1113060131917479936

Who’s unhinged? This sounds like a lot of lies.

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1112727122177609729

Only time will tell if Trump’s tweets jumped the gun!

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Rose Burke

Freelance writer and art enthusiast, Rose Burke, often writes humorous essays inspired by awkward dating experiences and life’s cruel sense of humor. When she's not doing that, she's typically writing entertainment articles on women's issues, politics, feminism, and other trending topics her readers love. Her work has been published in The Southampton Review, The Conium Review, The Richest, The Independent, CINEMABLEND, and more. Author of the popular feminist blog series "Writings of the Satirical Feminista," Rose is currently focusing on a collection of humorous personal essays while she travels the world.

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