William Barr said the one thing that turned Robert Mueller into a nervous wreck

Robert Mueller’s worst nightmare just came true.

The real truth about his investigation is out in the open.

And William Barr just said the one thing that turned Robert Mueller into a quivering wreck.

In an interview with CBS News, Attorney General William Barr knocked down the conspiracy theory at the heart of the Mueller investigation.

Barr told interviewer Jan Crawford that the idea the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians was “bogus.”

The Daily Caller reports:

Attorney General William Barr offered his most pointed rebuke to date against conspiracy theories that President Donald Trump is in bed with Russia.

“Mueller has spent two and half years and the fact is there is no evidence of a conspiracy. So it was bogus, this whole idea that the Trump was in cahoots with the Russians is bogus,” Barr said in an interview with CBS News that aired Friday.

Robert Mueller, who served as special counsel, said in a report released in April that investigators were unable to establish that Trump or his campaign associates conspired with Russia to influence the 2016 election.

Mueller was appointed on May 17, 2017 to investigate whether the campaign had worked with the Kremlin. One source for the conspiracy theory was the infamous dossier written by Christopher Steele, a former British spy working for the Clinton campaign and DNC.

Barr is the highest-ranking law enforcement officer in the land.

His proclamation that Mueller wasted two years of everyone’s time chasing ghosts over Russian collusion is a big deal.

It validates everything Donald Trump said about the Mueller probe being a witch hunt and a political hit job.

Barr’s interview pleased Trump supporters who never saw former Attorney General Jeff Sessions offer any push back on the Russian collusion hoax.

We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.