Two years ago Fearless Leader, Special Counsel Bobby Mueller, decided to make his pseudo investigation look like a real investigation by indicting some Russian nationals, who he knew would never show up in court, from News Thud:

In a stunning setback, the Department of Justice has decided to drop the case against the two firms that funded the Russian troll farms to cause chaos in our election.

Mueller indicted the two firms in February 2018, Mueller’s first big move in the investigation. The DOJ argues that the Russians companies are abusing our courts to try to get access to classified information and made the decision it is not worth it. After all that? Wow.

Then over two years later Team Fearless Leader dropped the case, with prejudice:

“Upon careful consideration of all of the circumstances, and particularly in light of recent events and a change in the balance of the government’s proof due to a classification determination, as well as other facts described in more detail in a classified addendum to this motion, the government has concluded that further proceedings as to Concord, a Russian company with no presence in the United States and no exposure to meaningful punishment in the event of a conviction, promotes neither the interests of justice nor the nation’s security.”

What changed in two years?  A defense counsel showed up in court.  End of case.