The day of exoneration has come for James Comey, the fired ex-leader of the Russia Investigation. The present chief of saving America, Robert Mueller, is zeroing in on President Trump by meticulously picking through his White House connections and inching closer to a day of victory for all citizens of the world.

Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to the FBI

We all remember Michael Flynn calling out at the RNC for Hillary to be arrested. Chanting it over and over again. "Lock her up," Flynn chanted, with a raucous crowd, at the convention, over and over again.

Ironically, a crowd outside the courthouse which Michael Flynn walked out of surrounded by his lawyers yelled out their chants of "Lock him up." Meanwhile, back at her New York home, a well known southern lady was possibly sipping her glass of Dom Perignon mimosa and toasting Robert Mueller, while watching CNN this morning.

Much of America awoke this morning on the east coast to the devastating news for Trump and the White House. Twitter notifications probably awoke the west coast early, from San Diego, California to Bellingham, Washington. However you found out, most of you just might have jumped out of bed a little brighter and happier this morning, and sipped that coffee while humming the National Anthem, or maybe it was "America The Beautiful" before you hit the Christmas radio station on the way to work.

It seems that Michael Flynn has crashed Trump's Party, and while Mueller is icing the cake, President Trump has gone mute on the subject and on Twitter. We are all awaiting the next big-mouthed mistake that can and will be held against him in a court of law. Many sensible analysts are saying that it doesn't look good for the president.

There are only two people left, really, that oversaw Flynn and Manafort, and that they could be cutting deals to give damaging information on. They are Donald J. Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner.

With Manafort, and Flynn lying under oath to the FBI, it is obvious that either they are obtuse or they were led to do so. Robert Mueller just may be closing in on a huge Christmas gift for America, but I'd be remiss to not say that I think the Vice President may also catch an indictment of his own.

Is the Russia investigation over?

It seems unlikely that we will see indictments of President Trump or VP Pence before Christmas. Special counsel Robert Mueller is carefully climbing a ladder rung by rung, so as not to rush or skip a step. This could induce a fall, and he is obviously being particular to kick anything out of his way on the way up. The investigation part of Mueller's work is possibly over. Lawyers and analysts agree that he wouldn't be entering the indictments and making the deals he is making if he didn't have something very big, and something already supported by truth, facts, and statements from the admitted guilty parties thus far.

Robert Mueller must be very aware of what he is in control of.

Indicting and receiving guilty pleas for plea bargains is not usually necessary unless there is a bigger fish to get. He is taking down very big, and once powerful people, unlike anything we've seen since the Richard Nixon era. Michael Flynn was a big part of Russia relations as we are finding out, and may have had a huge role in working with Russia to rig the 2016 Presidential election, actually won by Hillary Clinton by more than 3 million votes. A voting system that needs a desperate overhaul could be part of the reason we ended up with a potential Federally indicted criminal in the White House. But, between the use of Facebook, the indictments, and the flood of information coming in, it is most likely that the Russians stole our real president from us, regardless of what some think of her.

The next few weeks prior to the holiday break should bring us all more wisdom on this incredible, unfolding story. Maybe Santa Mueller already has our gift wrapped with a big bow and is saving it for a New Year's surprise.