The mostly silent Jared Kushner shared his thoughts on the Mueller Report during an interview at the Time 100 conference: “You look at what Russia did, buying some Facebook ads to try to sow dissent and do it, and it’s a terrible thing. But I think the investigations and all of the speculation that’s happened for the last two years has had a much harsher impact on our democracy than a couple of Facebook ads. If you look at the magnitude of what they did, the ensuing investigations have been way more harmful.” (In keeping with his team’s tradition, that’s not true.) In fairness, there are some things that have harmed our democracy more than the Russian interference, but Mueller’s report is not one of them. Examples include: A president selling out America in Helsinki, the expressing of love for dictators and genocidal maniacs, separating kids from parents and then holding them in cages, fueling white supremacy, enabling Yemen, promoting climate change, attacking American instituions, lying habitually, ceding America’s leadership role in the world, attacking and endangering journalists, nepotism in hiring, and really stupid comments that reduce foreign meddling in our elections to buying a few Facebook ads.