Abridged & illustrated version of the Mueller Report

Insider.com: We hired the author of ‘Black Hawk Down’ and an illustrator from ‘Archer’ to adapt the Mueller report so you’ll actually read it

Insider: We hired the author of 'Black Hawk Down' and an illustrator from 'Archer' to adapt the Mueller report so you'll actually read it

The Insider commissioned Mark Bowder, author of Black Hawk Down, and Chad Hurd, art director of the cartoon, Archer, to produce an abridged, narrative-style version of the Mueller Report, complete with illustrations.

Look, if you haven’t been able to read the Mueller Report, I’m not going to shame you for that. I bought a copy for my Kindle from Amazon, and guys, that sucker is dense. I am an excellent and experienced reader of dense tomes, and I’ve barely made any headway plowing through this damn thing. So I’m certainly not going to crap on anyone else for having trouble with it.

The insider version is still a long read, but far, far less than 400+ pages, and also written in a narrative style, which makes it hella easier to read. Plus, awesome little cartoons by a guy who works on Archer. Check it out.

Here’s a few things you need to know today.

  • Ross Perot, that crazy little dude from Texas that everyone loved for ten minutes back in the 90s because he ran against Clinton, has died. Story.
  • Another old white billionaire has thrown his hat in the ring for the presidential race. His name is Tom Steyer. Story.
  • Here’s a former federal prosecute explaining the Jeffery Epstein case. Read it. Also, here’s Ken White, the Internet’s lawyer friend, explaining a few things. Read that, too.
  • Obamacare is back in the courts again. Details.
  • Don’t feel bad – lawmakers aren’t bothering to read the Mueller Report, either. Story.
  • The Dept. of Justice has questioned Trump dossier author Christopher Steele. Story.

New York to let congressional committees access Trump’s state tax returns

I have a sinus infection and a lot of work to do, so I’m just going to drop this story here real quick for y’all to check out: “Cuomo Signs a Bill to Allow Release of Trump’s State Tax Returns.

As the battle over President Trump’s federal taxes intensifies in Washington, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York signed a bill on Monday to allow congressional committees to access the president’s state tax returns.

Image Credit: Donald Trump, by Gage Skidmore.