It’s safe to say that the entire country is waiting with bated breath for the results of the Mueller report. Considering it’s still up in the air whether we’ll even gain access to the findings, the American people are grasping at everything they can — which is why a photo of Mueller and his wife, Ann, passing by the White House on their way to church services this morning has gone viral.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his wife, Ann, walk past the White House after attending church nearby. https://t.co/yCWOOgzWbI pic.twitter.com/LzI7ExDtHn
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) March 24, 2019
A multitude of Twitter users are finding Special Counsel Mueller’s chosen path to worship especially rich this morning in the wake of the conclusion of his report on Friday. Many feel that Mueller was attempting to make a specific statement by strolling past the White House this morning with his wife — appearing that he is completely unfazed by the recent events and certainly not scared of the ire of Donald Trump. In fact, some are even referring to the otherwise typical outing as a “moment of profoundness.” To say the least, the Twitter-sphere is here for this:
This photo captures a historical moment of epic profoundness.
— Nanz (@NancyLStudio) March 24, 2019
Wow what a powerful historic picture!
— Tür Nevis (@akhenaC) March 24, 2019
I hope he got some extra blessings this morning. 🙏
— Kate (@k8fr8) March 24, 2019
Too bad he’s not IN the White House. https://t.co/9iTySgggsR
— Michi (@cbn2) March 24, 2019
That’s actually kind of fascinating. I’m sure there were other routes they could’ve taken this morning that weren’t quite so photogenic
— Brooklyn Cybele (@brooklyncybele) March 24, 2019
The American public feels that we’re all making that stroll and sitting in that church with Mueller and his wife this morning in solidarity. Mueller has taken this long, hard road with complete professionalism and grace, and at no point has he backed down from the oppressive president. Mueller deserves this walk past the White House with his head held high.
Featured image via DC Tribune gallery