The line is from a poem called The Hollow Men by T.S. Eliot. I think it is an apt description to the end of the Mueller investigation.
It began with great fanfare twenty-two months ago. The country was in an uproar over the supposed collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. It was as if even talking to a Russian was a felony. It was clear from the start that Mueller didn’t intend to be fair. The vast majority of investigators had donated to the Clinton campaign. They probed into the lives of Trump associates hoping to find something they could use to turn them. Several were convicted of crimes that took place years ago. Others were convicted after the fact for perjury or lying to Congress. Nobody was charged, let alone convicted, of colluding with Russia. So far, the only evidence we know of was a phony dossier bought and paid for by Democrats.
Republicans shouldn’t cheer too loudly. All this proves is that there was no collusion. All but the most partisan Democrats reached that conclusion long ago.