Hello and welcome to Mueller, She Wrote Volume 2. I’m your anonymous host AG.May is a very important month in Mueller World. It was May 2020 that we ran our series finale. It was May that we first had Andrew McCabe on the show. I dined in Utah with the McCabes in May 2019, and we won the Webby that month. It was the month after I was told my government job was moving across the country: a trick employed by Mick Mulvaney to get rid of government employees they didn’t like. I only found out later that I was being investigated and my social media was being monitored at the highest levels of the Department of Veterans Affairs.Also in May 2019, Tish James opened her investigation into the Trump Organization, which is now being criminally investigated by the Manhattan District Attorney. And that same month, Trump sued to block the House subpoena for the Mazars documents. Cohen reported to prison that month as well after being convicted for his criminal activity with an unindicted co-conspirator, Individual 1.During that month, we were all reeling from Bill Barr’s mischaracterization of the Mueller Report findings. Bill Barr had just testified to Congress that the decision whether to prosecute those ten instances of obstruction of justice was HIS, and said that it was an OLC memo that gave him that authority. As we’re learning this week, almost exactly two years later, that was a lie. We also learned that in meetings dating back to 2017, Rod Rosenstein cried, asked to wear a wire, and told Trump and Barr that he could “land the plane” in reference to ensuring Trump wouldn’t be prosecuted.We also learned in May 2019 that Mueller had gone to paper. He had written a letter to Bill Barr calling him out for misrepresenting the work of the Special Counsel's Office and the Mueller Report. Then we learned that letter was actually the SECOND letter Mueller penned to Barr. There were also two other meetings and a phone call on March 24th, 25th, and 27th about the release of Mueller's findings, but we’ve never seen those notes or the other letter. Senator Blumenthal has asked Barr during testimony if there were notes. Barr said yes, and when Blumenthal asked for the notes, Barr said “why should I give them to you?”So May is a big month for us here at Mueller, She wrote, and this May is no different. With all the Mueller news that dropped this past week, I decided it was time to dust off the Fantasy Indictment League and record an episode.