The 400 + page Mueller report is now out and available at various locations including at Amazon.com where there are over a dozen different versions for sale.
Even though Saint Bob failed to find President Trump and his family guilty of being in cahoots with the Kremlin to cheat Hillary out of the election, the dead-enders have been clinging to the last vestiges of their crackpot conspiracy theory by denying Mueller’s findings and seeking to find hidden messages in the text.
It’s gotten as bad as listening to Black Sabbath or Led Zeppelin records backward but such it is with the Resistance whose brains were fried to a crisp on November 9, 2016, when they woke up and Trump had been elected as President Of The United States Of America.
Seeking to capitalize on the desperation of the mental lepers looking for a balm for their festering sores,
— The Hill (@thehill) April 27, 2019
According to Marketwatch, “Inside the covert, round-the-clock dash to produce two Mueller report audiobooks”:
The professional narrators behind two 19-hour Mueller report audiobooks faced the tightest turnaround of their professional lives — and made their own small dent on history in the whirlwind process.
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s two-year probe produced a long-awaited 448-page report on Russian interference in the 2016 election. His partially redacted two-volume report, released last Thursday, dissected the Kremlin’s plot to sway the presidential election, established “numerous links” between Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia, and detailed 10 instances in which Trump had potentially obstructed justice in response to the investigation.
The report also spawned at least two audiobooks. One, an accompaniment to the Simon & Schuster print edition, featured reading by 12 professional narrators and four Washington Post journalists, debuted on Saturday. It currently sells for $24.80 on Amazon. Audible Studios on Monday also released its own free edition, featuring three narrators.
The report, in part, probed behind-the-scenes drama within the Trump campaign and White House — and producing the audio version so quickly involved a certain level of intrigue itself.
The narrators were recruited months in advance, but kept in the dark about the exact nature of the project until the last minute. To expedite the process, voice actors recorded the audio simultaneously in a marathon session starting the day of the report’s release.
The book clocks in at 19 hours, 14 minutes and can be yours for a mere 28 bucks and change, a bargain for the sleep-challenged looking for a cure.