Thinking about the Russianewsgategate scandal like an addictive drug explains everything. It provides a kind of fix to both sides of divided America. Mueller's report is the latest dose.
To the Right, it proves how fraudulent and one-sided the attacks on Trump were because there has been more justification for the near identical investigations into the Clintons since the 1990s. That energizes the Right to talk, persuade friends, and vote for Trump. And, the fact that Mueller failed to provide an indictment will draw some voters from the Left to the Right. To the persistent Left, the report contains enough "hopes of Easter eggs" that they can wake up yet another day thinking "this will be the day" when someone finds the "silver bullet" to get Trump impeached. And, of course, every Leftist reporter thinks, "I'll be the one to find and break the story."
The whole Mueller investigation, even the report, indicates that there never was any intention to act against Trump—not from Mueller, anyway. Rather, the purpose from the beginning was to toss doggy treats to both packs of the feuding dog pound. Even some fringe politicians will clean up the scraps by running this election. Failing in one election after another can be a well-paying job, if one loses with valor. When the voters get depressed, they always have a dose of Mueller to give them enough of a high to keep them amused and tranquilized while not a single thing changes in Washington.
Tiger Woods made a dramatic comeback that will give inspiration and hope to many people around the world. Life isn't perfect nor are the people who live it. But, that doesn't mean we should give up. Happy Easter!