Protestors in Salisbury demand release of full Mueller report
SALISBURY, Md. – Over 300 simultaneous rallies nationwide happened today and among that group, protesters on Delmarva also wanted to get their voices heard in downtown Salisbury.
A loud crowd of protesters demanded the release of the full, uncensored Mueller report on Russia’s interference in the 2016 election.
They were chanting with their posters for Attorney General William Barr to release the complete version.
The deadline set by Congress to release that full report has passed and that’s why groups just like Indivisible Worcester MD joined the national day of action. Coordinator Susan Buyer says, “Congress and the American people can decide for themselves what it says and what it’s implications are, this is what democracy is all about.”
On Wednesday, the House Judiciary Committee voted to subpoena the full report of special counsel Robert Mueller for congressional review.
Representative Doug Collins of Georgia, the top Republican on that committee told CNN that the vote was political theater, adding that members of congress are asking for information that by law cannot be released.