The Right points to a dossier and asks ‘where is the fairness’


As news of a possible indictment from special counsel Robert Mueller is reported, will the shoe drop on a Republican near President Trump? A roundup of editorials Monday takes a look at the issue.

Opinions from the Right:

1. Democrats Own the Dossier - and It's a Problem for Them
The National Review: Democrats now own the dossier intended to smear Trump. Are the accusations the same when the shoe is on the other foot?

2. Biased CNN Gets Mueller Leak? That's Real Collusion
From The Boston Herald: Does the excitement some media outlets displayed when speculating on an indictment tell us anything about their motives?

3. Special Counsel Stacked With Democrat Donors Rolls Out Indictments
From Townhall.com: Someone is reported to have been indicted. We’re guessing it’s not a Democrat.

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