King Solomon, Didactics of the Mueller Report

What did the Mueller Report teach us?

The Chicago Tribune article titled, The Mueller Report identified one guilty party: The gullible American Public, reported: “disruptions are pure opportunity: to confound enemies, to make money, to achieve renown.”

The Purpose of This Post

To point out that everything we learned in the Mueller Report distracted the American public to focus on the pressing problems facing the USA.

In other words, many people spent 11 hours a day engaging in political gossip fueled for one purpose to become “an unwitting agent of Russian intelligence.”

King Solomon Prover Chapter Four Excerpt

Do not set foot on the path of the wicked
    or walk in the way of evildoers.
15 Avoid it, do not travel on it;
    turn from it and go on your way.
16 For they cannot rest until they do evil;
    they are robbed of sleep till they make someone stumble.
17 They eat the bread of wickedness
    and drink the wine of violence.

18 The path of the righteous is like the morning sun,
    shining ever brighter till the full light of day.
19 But the way of the wicked is like deep darkness;
    they do not know what makes them stumble.

What’s My Point?

Proverbs are didactic. They are meant to teach us to focus on wisdom to solve problems and issues we encounter in our everyday lives. The USA has numerous problems which need attention and compromise by our political leaders in Washington.

Nothing in the Mueller report will solve any of these issues or problems. The Russians knew how gullible Americans are to gossip that only serves to create divisiveness and awaken violence to darken the horizon and over time result in less power, influence, and leadership in the USA at home and in the world.

What Problems and Issues?

National Debt, Social Security, Education, Jobs, Debt, Trade, Immigration, Health Care, Mental Illness, Terrorism, Drugs, Crime, Medicare, Medicaid, Homelessness, Environment, Energy, Food Stamps, Poverty, Floods, Farm Profits, Equality, NATO, South America, etc. etc.

In My Opinion

Gullible is another word to describe fools and foolish behavior. Proverbs are didactic instructions to remind us how gullible each new generation will be as proven in recorded history, for example, every nation in history that achieved world power and wealth has failed or become divided over time

Never in history has any nation accumulated the enormous present debt of the USA. The certain result of this debt will devalue the worth of the dollar and result in super inflation.

What to Do?

We know that there was no collusion with Russia to win the 2016 election. USA voters knew that President Trump was not a politician when they voted for him, yet they were so disgusted with empty suit politicians, they vote him to solve the problems of past politicians.

The best thing to do now, is to recognize that politicians, news media profit from gossip. The politicians seek power, the news media seeks profits.

The best thing to do in my opinion, is to stop listening to gossip and press the representative you voted for to present their solutions to everyone of the above listed problems, especially how they expect to pay for their solutions.

If Interested,

Read the article and previous posts in the Source Links below.

You Decide,

What should you do for your country other than to be gullible voters to allow politicians to distract you with useless gossip instead of solutions?

How much longer before the USA “stumbles” same as past world powers in history?

Didactic King Solomon Verse

Then I turned my thoughts to consider wisdom, and also madness and folly. What more can the king’s successor do than what has already been done? (Ecclesiastes 2:12)

Regards and good will blogging.

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